27. January 2014 by Peter
In Danish we have a saying “Kært barn har mange navne“. I guess it translates in to something like: “It goes by many names” and that is exactly the case with foamalux.
So far I have heard Foamalux refereed to as Foamcore, Foamex and PVC foam.
This might help you to locate it at your DIY store.
These are the “wings” between the overhead panel and the windows.
It is a somewhat tricky piece as it not is made from exact measurements (Like the MIP) but is made with an individually fit.
As you can see there are many different angles on this piece. But with Foamalux it was just a matter of taking a bit at a time and match again. And compared to MDF (or other wood-types) it leaves no mess when cutting it.
I suspected this as I sometimes found different measurements in the left and right side. But the two wings next to each other shows very clear that things not are the same on the left and the right side.
The final result after a layer of RAL 7011 can be seen below. Looks okay.