4′ x 8′ x 1/16″ sheets, slightly harder, general-purpose polypropylene cutting surface (user drills). Polupropylene is slightly less hard and more translucent than polyethylene. Cutting surface needs to be replaced every 1-2 years. You can extend life by flipping sheets and swapping ends. Ensure a good vacuum by putting mosquito netting between the table top and cutting surface to create an air channel. $50/Sheet.
- Steel Rotary
- Mini Rotary
- Carbide Rotary
- Ceramic Rotary
$50/8′x4′ sheet. User drills. Specify Width.
Cutting Surface Tips:
- Use mesh or window screen between your cutting surface and vacuum table to ensure better suction.
- You can flip the polypropylene and polyethylene sheets as they get worn to double usable life.
- Use harder cutting surface for softer materials.
If you get “hangers” try drilling smaller holes.
- Use as little cutting pressure as possible to maximize surface life.