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I'm seein' a formable fabric like fibreglass, but without the fumes.

If ya could get the material alone in rolls, sheets, or flatfold like bolts, that would be cool.

I wouldn't patch my Vette with it, but i sure could come up with a wookshop, or a dog house, or a ATV shed, or a cast if ya break your leg, or a,...., :89:

I bet you could replace those "Tin" sheds for a lot less money. :brows:

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That is pretty neat, these seems to have been invented in 2007 and maybe making a comeback because of the many reasons, natural disasters, survivalists/preppers, etc. but unfortunately as a structure/building they only have a lifespan of around 10 years, and I can't find any pricing info or international vendors without contacting the company, but I'm guessing it's not cheap and also since this is a company in the UK the shipping as Don pointed out would kill you and wouldn't be that cheap even if it was a company here in the USA, they have a whole list of possible uses for this concrete canvas, ditch lining, boat ramp extensions, cladding, cable coverings, the list goes on and on, and yes uses in mining as well.

http://www.concretecanvas.co.uk/CC_Civil_Applications.html

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Just talked to my kid in NC.

Seems the Army has had these for a few Years now.

ParaPack Deployable, A few Grunts and it's up!

Not Bullet Proof but sound and contained.

I wonder how long this has been in the making?

Again so Simple it make ya think.

They even have a Over Pressure Filter to keep out the Cooties!

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