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Blog entry by Sarfari posted 04-24-2013 08:38 AM 4559 reads 0 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I was interested to see if anyone has heard of a company called Singcore. I’m interested in DIY woodworking projects, and I am currently drawing up plans for a prototype conference table. I expect the table to be around 25’ in length, but I want to minimize weight because it will be transported relatively often. After doing some research, I decided that I would like to work with torsion boxes due to their high strength-to-weight ratio.

When I realized the amount of work involved in building one of these torsion box tables (not to mention skill required), I decided to outsource the work and just buy a pre-fabricated torsion box sandwich panel. Then I found out that there is really only one company that does this (Singcore). Does anyone have any experience dealing with this company? Any reviews on their products?

Their website is Please let me know.


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#1 posted 04-24-2013 02:23 PM

There are other companies that make this product. You need to search for “wood honeycomb panel”.
Two of the companies are:

There are others.


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#2 posted 04-24-2013 08:58 PM


Every time I danced with wood the girl slapped me!

(Sorry, couldn’t resist!)


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#3 posted 11-19-2014 01:08 AM

My husband and I have used SingCore panels to build trade show structures and movable office spaces. It’s been really great so far. We are also starting to use it aboard our 1928 68 ft. yacht. THAT is a wonderful application for SingCore as it can be used for doors and cabinets and the marine moisture conditions don’t cause it to warp or swell. You can use almost any finish (ours is a teak veneer) so it’s awesome. I can’t stand having doors that won’t open in the cold, wet weather.
We’ll be installing a new roof over the salon (the original is shot because they cut a hole to remove the Gardner engines for rebuild and never properly put it back to right) this coming summer on the yacht and are planning on using SingCore for that, too. I’ll try and post pictures as we move along.
So far the stuff is fantastic, easy to use and we keep finding more uses for it!

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