Richlite Fiber-Laminate Sheets 24"x96"

Popular Specifications
150°F Maximum Operating Temp.
88D Shore Hardness
Richlite is a very hard, durable, yet machinable phenolic resin and wood fiber laminate. This product is stable, abrasion resistant, moisture and chemical resistant.

Richlite is a great choice for durable models, actual working parts, foundry patterns and core boxes, prototype metal stamping dies, production patterns, draw dies, stretch dies, spinner dies, keller tracing dies, pattern plates, and templates. Because of the large sizes and choice of thicknesses, Richlite is also popular for countertops, workbenches, circuit boards, and flooring.

Product Ordering Information
Special Order sizes have lead times estimated at 30 days. Please contact customer service for details.

  Tips for working with Richlite
Carbide-tipped saw blades are recommended for both circular and table saw cutting applications. The proper feed rate, combined with a sharp blade, will result in coarse sawdust. All sawing should be performed dry.
Milling, Routing & Machining
Carbide cutters are recommended. The proper feed rate, combined with a sharp cutter will result in coarse sawdust. All machining should be performed dry.
Drilling & Tapping
The use of high speed steel drills and taps are recommended for short production runs and shallow holes. All drilling and tapping should be performed dry. For longer production runs and deeper holes, use carbide-tipped drills and taps. To ensure optimum thread strength, use a slightly smaller pilot drill than specified for the size tap required. Prevent chipping around the holes by using a piece of scrap to back up the piece to be machined. Lift the drill frequently to allow chips to be removed and to prevent the build-up of excess heat. Holes drilled parallel to the lamination should be clamped or secured in a vise.
Sanding & Buffing
Use a belt sander, disc sander, or sand by hand. Sand using the same procedures and techniques as used with wood. Dry sanding is recommended.
Bonding Richlite
Lightly sand the mating surfaces to be glued. Use epoxy adhesives such as RenLam 1700-1 or Freeman 690.

SKU Description   UM Thickness Width Length Height Board ft. Net Wt. Diameter Grade Grit Plys Radius SPB Ship Note Min. Qty Pcs/Box Pcs/Bundle Winding Ft/Box Handle Len Head Diam Head Len Mfg. # Qty
076055 Richlite 24"X96" Sheet SO EA 1/4" 24" 96" 26 FRT 2
076048 Richlite 24"x96" Sheet SO EA 1/2" 24" 96" 53 FRT 2
076049 Richlite 24"x96" Sheet SO EA 5/8" 24" 96" 66 FRT 2
076050 Richlite 24"x96" Sheet SO EA 3/4" 24" 96" 79 FRT 2
076051 Richlite 24"x96" Sheet SO EA 1" 24" 96" 105 FRT 2
076052 Richlite 24"x96" Sheet SO EA 1-1/4" 24" 96" 130 FRT 2
076053 Richlite 24"x96" Sheet SO EA 1-1/2" 24" 96" 155 FRT 2

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Liquid products are sold by weight, not volume.
SPB = Sheets per Box

Shipping and Handling:
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HAZ-G = Hazardous material, cannot ship air, up to $33 surcharge applied for each package shipped ground within the US.
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