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Post  greenfingers on 9/10/2010, 8:42 pm

This 4x4 bed grid was set up using pultrusion rod about 3/16" dia.A covered wagon will be set up using 5/16 dia,Trellis was set up last summer using 5/8" tensile pultrusion.This material is extruded here in New Zealand and has a variety of uses including electric fencing for well over 20 years.Its unbreakable.

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Post  Chopper on 9/10/2010, 8:45 pm

Nice. I wish I knew where to get some. Perfect thickness - defines without getting in the way.
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Post  greenfingers on 9/10/2010, 8:54 pm

Boffer,do a google search for your area I would be surprised if you don't have manufacturer of this material.Your advice worked with the picture sizing and posting,just have to keep practicing as I have a lot of photos to share.
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Post  acara on 9/11/2010, 4:50 am

We have it over here, but it's called FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic).

Easiest place I can think of to get it is probably a hobby store, or a Michaels (craft store).




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Post  boffer on 9/11/2010, 10:41 am

@greenfingers wrote:Boffer,do a google search for your area...

You must have been reading my mind-I did google it. It does appear to be FRP, but what I learned about is the myriad of shapes and uses it has. The only FRP I had been familiar with comes in 4x8 sheets for hanging on walls in bathrooms, garages, barns, etc.

How did you fare in the earthquake last week? I look forward to seeing your pictures.
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Post  acara on 9/11/2010, 3:26 pm

Yep ..my company is a distributor for the manufacturers in the US .... but everyone (except the retail store) has some ungodly minimum order to buy direct.
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