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Neoprene (wetsuit material)

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    for my design technology final peace i wanted to use neoprene but i dont know what difference the thickness of the material makes, as i would prefer it to be as streachy as possible. so if anyone knows anything about the differences in thickness of neoprene that would be great
    thanks
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    Surely a thick piece would be less stretchy but a better insulator?
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    wrong forum.

    (someone had to say it...)

    what are you making?
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    dam im rubbish at posting threads they really confuse me, sorry. im making a bag for carrying badminton equipment
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    (Original post by acoustic-angel)
    dam im rubbish at posting threads they really confuse me, sorry. im making a bag for carrying badminton equipment
    forgive my ignorance, but why would that have to be stretchy :confused:
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    becuase its going to be flat, and of course really cool, well as cool as a bag for holding badminton equipment can be
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    Why waste time making one, when you can get a flat + cool bag off ebay for about 20 quid
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    I think you might be missing the point
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    (Original post by jason01)
    Why waste time making one, when you can get a flat + cool bag off ebay for about 20 quid
    Well said
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    (Original post by jason01)
    Why waste time making one, when you can get a flat + cool bag off ebay for about 20 quid
    lmao
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    The teacher wouldn't notice the difference anyway
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    so i could just pretend like im making it for the next couple of months months, and then bring out a fantastically brilliant bag (from my friend mr ebay).
    i like that way of thinking,
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    You dont think I was sirious then?
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    well..... i didnt untill rite now
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    lol

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