The shower door. I spent so much time looking for one of those retractable roll up doors thinking it would save space. Then it dawned on me, why not make a slider out of two frp skins epoxied together? It worked out great. Used 1/4 inch aluminum c channel at top and bottom as tracks for the door to slide in.Looks really nice! Is that the shower door I see in one of those pics? Could you tell us more about that? I'm on the panel learning curve at the moment and forgive the noob question, but I've heard some FRP panels aren't very UV resistant and fade/chalk earlier than is ideal. I assume these fiberglass ones won't behave that way. How can you tell which FRP panels are UV stable and which aren't?
I think you are talking about the stuff sold in sheets at the hardware store. These are much more fiber dense and rigid, and I think made for exterior use while the others are not. Some I looked art previously had gelcoat on the outside; not sure about these.How can you tell which FRP panels are UV stable and which aren't?
Two I know of that will: There is a company called Durasip that sells phenolic resin and FG sheets that are affordable.By the way, had tried to contact Creative Pultrusions about the Transonite panels they offer, but no response. Think you are absolutely correct about companies not wanting to deal with little guys... too bad.