Paddington 2 (2017) – Canal+
Polystyrene Sculpting & Hotwiring.
A hot-wire foam cutter is a tool used to cut polystyrene foam and similar materials.
The device consists of a thin, taut metal wire, often made of nichrome or stainless steel, or a thicker wire preformed into a desired shape, which is heated via electrical resistance to approximately 200°C.
As the wire is passed through the material to be cut, the heat from the wire vaporises the material just in advance of contact.
The depth of the cut is limited only by the wire length. Width of cut is limited by throat, if any.
Polyurethane Resin / Foam Spraying.
The system of 2-part poly spraying has traditionally been used to insulate large areas – e.g industrial unit walls & roof spaces.
Similar to a can of expanding foam but delivered on an industrial scale.
It can also be used to coat surfaces to make them waterproof and is used for underwater storage units & to inhibit moisture intrusion on a range of structures – roofs, walls, walkways.
All products used have Class 1 Fire Resistance.
Detailing & Finishing.
Surface finishes for sculpture can be either natural—bringing the material of the sculpture itself to a finish—or applied. Almost all applied surface finishes preserve as well as decorate.
A £179 million return to Paddington: It’s full steam ahead for sequel to UK’s biggest grossing movie of 2014
Paddington, now happily settled with the Brown family and a popular member of the local community, picks up a series of odd jobs to buy the perfect present for his Aunt Lucy’s 100th birthday, only for the gift to be stolen.
Director: Paul King
Writers: Michael Bond (“Paddington Bear” created by), Jon Croker (additional material)