Diab finishing options - Curved sheets
To create curves, you have formable finishing options. Grid-scored finish (GS) makes the core conform easily to the mold for complex shapes. A square cut pattern creates small blocks that are held together by a lightweight fiberglass scrim. Cuts are made with saw blades to remove material and allow the core to bend inwards. The core will not spring back when placed in the mold.
One-direction cut (OD) finish is similar to GS but with cuts in one direction only, creating strips of core. Double-cut finish (DC) allows curvature into panels without applying a scrim. The core is cut in a 0-90 grid pattern on both sides through more than half of its thickness, allowing air and resin to easily flow through the core. An option is to use razor cuts (RC) to minimize resin absorption when the core is bent.
Datasheets for all finishing options is available on Datasheets & Certificates