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Beadboard - names and confusion


Will J. Lokken
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Hi guys,

I'm a big fan of using bead board as a bounce material, but sometimes it can be difficult when the gaffer in a new country doesn't know what a bead board is.
Sometimes, the material I end up with is a different, harsher material, which renders light less soft.

So, I was hoping someone in here could help me clear up my confusion between the many names,

Is there anywhere I can read and get good information about the difference between the following?

-styrofoam

-polystyrene

-- expanded polystyrene

-- extruded polystyrene

-poly (I'm guessing it is short for polystyrene)

-beadboard

-foam core

 

Any help would be much appreciated,

Thanks,

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Extruded Polystyrene is Depron.

http://www.depronfoam.co.uk/html/what_is_depron.html

 

Expanded Poly and beadboard are the same. White one side, usually foil covered on the other, various thicknesses. It's a type of insulating sheathing.

 

Foamcore

Sorry. crap-o-pedia link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foamcore

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