ForMetal

March 24th, 2011 by retail design blog

Providing a great opportunity for DIY enthusiasts, ForMetal is aluminium sheeting marked with perforated patterns that allow the designer or hobbyist to transform a two-dimensional piece of metal into a 3-D object with a smooth, attractive surface. Completed objects can be covered, if desired, with various materials, including ForMetal Flexorit.

Extremely flexible, the material can be shaped and reshaped (stretched or compressed) by hand or with the use of simple tools. Virtually no material is lost in the manufacturing process, which causes no pollution. ForMetal is fully recyclable. A wide range of applications includes areas as diverse as architecture, education, design, industry, art, marketing and modelling.Two types are available: ForMetal Varius and ForMetalYpsilon.

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