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Message started by kingpanels on May 3rd, 2017 at 6:42am

Title: Is there any material that is as light and strong?
Post by kingpanels on May 3rd, 2017 at 6:42am
I have worked with carbon, but the cost is killing me. I am looking for cost-effective materials similar to working as carbon fiber (lightweight, powerful etc.) without giving heavy blow to my wallet. Does anyone know such materials and where can they get it? I heard that the Aluminum Panel is good, but also cheap, kingaluc.com/aluminum-plate-panels-manufacturer.html , is it true?

Title: Re: Is there any material that is as light and strong?
Post by Starbuck2016 on May 4th, 2017 at 9:08pm

kingpanels wrote on May 3rd, 2017 at 6:42am:
I have worked with carbon, but the cost is killing me. I am looking for cost-effective materials similar to working as carbon fiber (lightweight, powerful etc.) without giving heavy blow to my wallet. Does anyone know such materials and where can they get it? I heard that the Aluminum Panel is good, but also cheap, kingaluc.com/aluminum-plate-panels-manufacturer.html , is it true?

::) ::)

Title: Re: Is there any material that is as light and strong?
Post by 6789shav on May 8th, 2017 at 6:58pm
My thought exactly Starbuck. I think the poor fellow is either on the wrong web site or is absfan in disguise.   8-)

If the poster lives in USA, why wouldn't he just go to Lowe's or Home Depot to find what he wants?

Title: Re: Is there any material that is as light and strong?
Post by Starbuck2016 on May 10th, 2017 at 7:38pm

6789shav wrote on May 8th, 2017 at 6:58pm:
If the poster lives in USA, why wouldn't he just go to Lowe's or Home Depot to find what he wants?

Because what he wants is to advertise his website. Look at his name and look at the URL in his post. This is spam but I thought it amusing so I left it up.

Title: Re: Is there any material that is as light and strong?
Post by 6789shav on May 21st, 2017 at 3:39pm
Yeah, I see it now. And it is amusing to see an ad for building materials on a female muscle web site.  ;D

Title: Re: Is there any material that is as light and strong?
Post by absfan36 on May 22nd, 2017 at 4:39am
LOL! nope not me. Definitely a hired solicitor.

Title: Re: Is there any material that is as light and strong?
Post by Diana Welch on Aug 27th, 2017 at 6:26am
Graphene

In 2004, researchers at the University of Manchester isolated graphene, a material made of a single layer of carbon atoms that's one million times thinner than a piece of paper. Graphene is so thin, it's actually two-dimensional. But it's stronger than steel and super flexible. It's also transparent and can move electricity 200 times faster than silicon. Graphene could produce electronics that bend and move like paper, which would be incredibly useful for wearables.

Title: Re: Is there any material that is as light and strong?
Post by Starbuck2016 on Aug 30th, 2017 at 7:07pm

Diana Welch wrote on Aug 27th, 2017 at 6:26am:
Graphene

In 2004, researchers at the University of Manchester isolated graphene, a material made of a single layer of carbon atoms that's one million times thinner than a piece of paper. Graphene is so thin, it's actually two-dimensional. But it's stronger than steel and super flexible. It's also transparent and can move electricity 200 times faster than silicon. Graphene could produce electronics that bend and move like paper, which would be incredibly useful for wearables.

Do tell. What the heck are wearables?

Title: Re: Is there any material that is as light and strong?
Post by spin on Sep 1st, 2017 at 4:42am

Starbuck2016 wrote on Aug 30th, 2017 at 7:07pm:

Diana Welch wrote on Aug 27th, 2017 at 6:26am:
Graphene

In 2004, researchers at the University of Manchester isolated graphene, a material made of a single layer of carbon atoms that's one million times thinner than a piece of paper. Graphene is so thin, it's actually two-dimensional. But it's stronger than steel and super flexible. It's also transparent and can move electricity 200 times faster than silicon. Graphene could produce electronics that bend and move like paper, which would be incredibly useful for wearables.

Do tell. What the heck are wearables?

Wonder Woman costumes?

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