I am currently doing the same thing but using it to make new hold down clamps
Well the heat gun does ok. But the toaster oven i have in the shop worked much better.
How long did you heat it in toaster oven?
mine was the heavy walled 4 inch pipe. My toaster oven just has 2 knobs one for temp with was set to 400 and
one that said light med dark i had to set it to dark 2 times. I would venture to day around 2 minutes. it had just started to sag. i did have to use a heat gun to flatten it a little because my new toaster oven is smaller. Also place inside of pipe face down and place a weight on top otherwise it will want to curl up until it softens. Humm sounds like another video to make.
I may be way off on the time i am timing it right now
ok i must have absolutely no concept of time what so ever.
make a pinch roller that will flatten the sheet out and a press to get it super flat.
The roller is for making sure its even.
I was at Home Depot yesterday and saw that they now are selling 4x8 sheets of 1/2 inch PVC sheeting for about $70. They also have smaller 2x4 sheets for $20
I can’t wait to make some neat stuff from it!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=moDiFFn_dLU (finished item is at the end of this way to long video)
Home depot sells the pink foam that people have been making stuff. I would like to try that too sometime.
Thanks for the tip.
the dense foam board is what i use for lost foam metal casting and several other things on the xcarve messy but cuts like butter