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Replacement vacuum forming foam for the HD Curved Jig. The foam allows the gun to sink to the perfect depth to produce the correct split. Using velcro the foam can be easily replaced when it begins to wear. This is extremely fine-celled foam is ideal for holster making applications.
HD Curved Jig
How to reset your foam:
Put in the oven at 180°F for 20 minutes - air cool. It should recover about 90%. You should also be able to go back and press over that again without resetting the foam. The foam should reform to whatever you are pressing each time without leaving impressions from the previous press.
This replacement foam works perfectly and has a long life for repeated use. Love it!
I've been constructing my own vacuum former box & plan to use this for holster making, obviously. I have a friend currently matching a wooden curved jig base to attach the foam to. The foam & silicone sheet were promptly shipped & in excellent shape when I received them! Thanks!
The curved jig works awesome, but the foam seems to brake down fast.
This curved jig foam, along with the new curved jig are the best yet. ALL HD Industrial Design products do exactly what they are supposed to. Good work Victor!
The thickness, heat resilience, and size of the HD curved jig foam is awesome for other applications outside of just the curved jig. HD is a great company!
Fast delivery, good product.
Excellent product, superior service...as always!
Working good so far. No complaints.
Great definition using my home made curved jig.
Works as well as I hoped it would. Having the block milled from one solid piece of woods makes vacuum forming a million times easier than on something home made and cobbled together. If you don't have expensive woodworking tools and lots of know-how, buy this instead of trying and failing several times.
Q: At what temperature will it melt?
A: This is commonly used in Kydex vacuum forming. Kydex is heated between 350°F-380°F. This foam works perfectly with that type of application.
How to reset your foam: Put in the oven at 180°F for 20 minutes - air cool. It should recover about 90%. You should also be able to go back and press over that again without resetting the foam. The foam should re-form to whatever you are pressing each time without leaving impressions from the previous molding.