Problem? I thought this forum was to help people with various projects. Not everyone is a professional boat builder.
Not sure where that came from, but alright
Is it just me, or are people getting really tense around here?
Looking at coosa board for a a project. New wheel house. Question is does this stuff bend and how do you finish?
Now that was explained very well.....I think you did this once before..LOLCoosa and Penske board does not lend itself well to bending, whereas it does so very little - the different densities and thicknesses of course change this also.
If one was so bold as to take a circular saw with a 1/8" tooth width blade to the backside of the material, kerfs could be introduced to the surface so that the material would have an area to either compress or expand - depending on which way you wanted the panel to curve.
Finishing the panel requires fiberglass to be laminated onto the face surfaces of the product. From there you have your choice of finishes, gelcoat, paint, awlgrip/alexseal, etc.
I do enjoy some circular saws
If the 28 volt won't do it, grab the Porter Cable
If the Porter Cable won't do it, grab the SawCat
If the SawCat won't do it, grab the Wormgear
If the Wormgear won't do it, leave it alone!
(go find a big hammer)
And if it isn't carbide tipped, it doesn't get equipped