Innovative Architecture

Whether it is being used to create precast concrete molds or as a perfect replacement for concrete and wood, coated foam is fast becoming the material of choice for architectural features. Lightweight, durable and easy to install, foam provides benefits that traditional materials do not, and it can be used to create a full range of architectural features — from columns, balusters and capitals, to moldings, arches and quoins.

While foam is an ideal material for creating these features, the related production processes and equipment are just as important. Hot wire foam cutting has become popular for architectural applications because of its ability to turn out consistent architectural features and concrete molds without time consuming manual processes — and without sacrificing quality

 

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