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  1. Member Since
    Apr 2005
    Apr 9, 2005, 7:05 PM - for sale signs #1

    so is all for sale signs made out o styrene or how do i tell???
    thanks again haha

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    Member Since
    Aug 2004
    Apr 9, 2005, 7:28 PM - Re: for sale signs #2

    The only way I would know to do is to bend it in a spot, if it whitens and doesnt break chances are its syrene, if it snaps its something else.
  4. Member Since
    Apr 2005
    Apr 9, 2005, 7:52 PM - Re: for sale signs #3

    how thick is this styrene?
  5. Member Since
    Jun 2004
    Apr 10, 2005, 1:26 AM - Re: for sale signs #4

    Styrene comes in various thicknesses. Some signs are made out of sintra. If you have a hobby town or some place around you that sells model train kits they should sell styrene. I wouldn't buy it there because those kits places like that sell are way too expensive, but it could give you an idea of what styrene looks and feels like.
  6. Member Since
    Oct 2003
    Apr 20, 2005, 10:05 AM - Re: for sale signs #5

    most of the 'garage sale' signs are a very thin styrene material. Some of the larger signs can be either thicker styrene, or that corigated sign board material that looks like a plastic version of a carboard box. That is NOT styrene.
  7. Member Since
    Jan 2005
    May 17, 2005, 9:26 AM - Re: for sale signs #6

    I went to a sign shop and asked them for their PVC board scraps. They sold me a bunch for 5 bucks, and it was enough to build my coustume. They were actually glad someone could use it. I build my gauntlets and armor and most of my JetPack with it. The only condition they gave me was to take them a picture of my completed costume.

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