Planning on building some mating nucs this winter, 60 or so, to use two deep frames. I was going to use advantec, but found where I can get coraplast sheets for around 7 bucks. What do you think if I used advantec for the bottom and ends, and stapled coraplast on for the sides.
On the pro side would be the cost, durability might be a con, but if I stacked them carefully when storing they might be OK.
Suffering from analysis paralysis, help me out here. Thanks!
Why not just use 7/16 OSB board it is $8.95 a sheet here and will last at least 2 years with out painting, longer if painted. If you have an 18 gauge stapler with 1.5 inch staples you can build one in just a few minutes and would last longer than the coraplast.
edit... yep that seems to have helped..
its set for a 1/8 kerf, but my blade is thinner
I split the sheet at about 21 or 20.75" IIRR, then make the three 10.25" rips
I hate table saws so this is set to max the use of my chop saw