From flax to linen. Linen is a very durable, strong fabric, and one of the few that are stronger wet than dry. The fibers do not stretch and are resistant to damage from abrasion. In the past, linen was also used for books as the paper made of linen can be very strong and crisp, which is why the United States and many other countries print their currency on it. Linen is a preferred support for oil painting for its strength, durability and archival integrity.
The PLY90 is a patent pending connector that is a faster, better looking alternative to drilling and screwing projects together. Save time and energy by not having to align every board and precisely drill and screw all the pieces together. You can focus on the design of your creation using a standard construction method. Easily disassemble creations for storage or moving, recycle old projects into new ones.