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8/23/2016

Mobile app for tooling boards

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Coastal Enterprises (Orange, CA, US) has introduced Precision Board Mobile, a mobile app designed to help composites professionals get more information on Coastal's high-density urethane tooling materials.

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Coastal Enterprises Co. (Orange, CA, US) has introduced Precision Board Mobile, a mobile app designed to help composites professionals get more information on Coastal's high-density urethane tooling materials. Available on the Apple App Store or on Google Play, features of the app include:

  • Product Overview: Overview of Precision Board, its applications, features and benefits, as well as the densities and sheet sizes available.
  • Technical Data: View SDS and MSDS, technical data sheets, material optons and more.
  • Request a Sample: Instantly order a sample of Precision Board.
  • Request a Quote: Provide a brief description, and Coastal will provide a quote.
  • Contact Us: Call, send an email or get directions to the Coastal facility.
  • Precision Board FAQ: Frequently asked questions for signage and tooling.
  • Images & Videos: Sign and tooling photo galleries and videos.
  • Social Media: Options to stay connected with Coastal

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