[Lab] Local hardboard & acrylic?

Andrew Barbour andrew.g.barbour at gmail.com
Wed Sep 3 16:13:39 EDT 2014

Home Depot - they charge per cut (the number free and cost varies by
store).  Most will allow you to do multiple layers without extra charge -
they are leery of doing it as it is not too accurate - but let them know
you are not concerned and you should be good. My suggestion - bring a
coffee for the guy/gal and they are even more accommodating than normal!  I
go and get a full 4'x8' sheet ripped to 1'x2' pieces for the cost of a


On Wed, Sep 3, 2014 at 3:58 PM, Jason Arnold <arnold.jason at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm going to tempt fate with the laser cutter again tonight. I figured
> maybe if I show up with proper (as in not cardboard) materials to cut, then
> it might take me seriously.
> Anybody know of a source for 1/16" hardboard and/or acrylic? Preferably
> one that's not too far off of my regular commute from Walkley and Bank
> heading North towards Arts Court.
> I've tried calling around to the Micheal's and Home Depot at South Keys
> and am unclear if they'll have what I need.
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