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About SingCore - Non-warping patented honeycomb panels and door cores

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Peter Sing Inventor of Warp-free SingCore
Peter Sing, Inventor and Founder of SingCore Led by a dream, Peter Sing's invention of SingCore combines his love of aeronautics with practical improvements in honeycomb panels that set him on a course to the new world and a journey which has spanned decades. Originally from Taiwan, Peter Sing was selected to study aerospace engineering and aviation technology in the USA. Following graduation specializing in electronics and instruments, Mr. Sing worked for a company that was contracted to build testing instruments for NASA. He then relocated to New Jersey to work with two aircraft instrument companies where he worked on aeronautic instrument projects. Sing's observations of the honeycomb materials used in aerospace combined with his youthful idea of creating a stronger lightweight building material inspired him to take his ideas to the drawing board. Prior to the invention of SingCore, Sing acquired more than 30 patents. The intent of all of those inventions was to help build a better world. Peter Sing began to develop his insulated torsion box composite material, which satisfied his desire to create his revolutionary material. The only problem with his initial invention was that the process was too lengthy and costly to justify the end result. In order for his invention to appeal to end users, he knew that he would have to devise a method to build his product in mass quantity in a more cost effective manner. He started his own business to independently finance the pursuit of his life time dream, to be an inventor full time. By age 28 he reached his goal and became a full-time inventor and part-time businessman due to his entrepreneurial business success. Settling In After visiting the Pacific Northwest, Peter decided to move his young family and his dream to Washington State. He fell in love with the pristine wilderness, clean air and Pacific Ocean, while being surrounded by technology and aerospace industries. He thought this growing, yet peaceful environment would be a better place to continue his work and raise his family, so he and his family relocated from New York to the Pacific Northwest. It was not long after moving to the West Coast that Mr. Sing discovered a niche that needed the unique characteristics of his invention. Peter discovered that the log home industry west of the Mississippi struggled with the natural tendency of wood logs to warp, bend, twist and crack, compromising the structure of log homes. Peter's patented Sing Square Log solved the issues facing log home builders by using his convenient modular log, allowing Peter's vision to take form. Peter Sing was able to set up a factory to supply the needs of forward-thinking log home builders who desired to build an energy efficient log home in less time using his Eco-friendly Sing Square Log, made in the USA using a composite of Pacific Northwest timber and his insulated torsion box design, creating a composite log that would not warp, bend, twist or crack. Sing Log Homes began to spring up all over the United States until the economy took its toll on the log home housing market. It was this decline in the new construction of log homes that gave Peter the time to revisit his original idea of having a cost effective version of his insulated torsion box composite material that could potentially greatly impact various industries while making the world a better place. Mr. Sing focused on devising a method to manufacture his invention in easy to use panels, in an effort to offer a more effective building material in a standard format similar to traditional plywood and/or honeycomb panels without the energy expense and toxic waste of weaker aluminum honeycomb panels used in aerospace applications. Peter Sing's vision emerged as he was able to re-tool his factory to build his patented SingCore in an assembly-line fashion overcoming the limitations of his earlier hand-crafted insulated torsion box core material. The resulting inventions are geared toward home building and material for use as alternatives for metal, plastic, concrete and wood. SingCore reduces the weight and enhances the strength of those materials in an Eco-friendly way. Now that patented SingCore was now available in a cost efficient format, calls came in from architects and millworks seeking a better way to build large doors, which were the bane of the industry as the heavy weight of large doors was insurmountable requiring expensive heavy duty hardware and high maintenance costs over time. SingCore soon became the door core material of choice used in large doors, especially in doors over 7 ft. tall and 3 ft. wide. The large door market rapidly replaced Sing's former log home market, leading to the expansion of the factory to accommodate custom large doors for all industries in sizes up to 50 ft. The introduction of the Premium Sing Door Panel, architects, millworks, general contractors and door manufacturers could build doors of any size that feature Peter Sing's only warp-free and full structural guarantee. Sing's team of door specialists has helped architects, designers and millworks create solutions to all the problems associated with large doors. All types and styles of doors have been addressed in every shape and size, effectively creating no-fail solutions to previously problematic large doors. Even Better The problems associated with wood doors were attributed mainly to wood's tendency to warp and fail due to the natural characteristic of wood grain to move according to changes in moisture or temperature. These challenges led to Peter Sing's next invention, a non-warping composite stiffener component to enhance SingCore's performance even more.


Super Honeycomb, by Sing Homes McCleary, WA

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About The Inventor, Peter Sing
Sing Honeycomb Product Detail


Super Honeycomb, by Sing Homes McCleary, WA

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About The Inventor, Peter Sing
Sing Honeycomb Product Detail Sing Flooring in our honeycomb core sandwhiched between 2 pieces of 3/8 inch plywood.


Super Honeycomb, by Sing Homes McCleary, WA

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About The Inventor, Peter Sing
About The Inventor, Peter Sing Visit our main web site for more information at www.singcore.com Peter Sing has invented the strongest, lightweight, earth friendly, low cost material that has endless applications. With this material you can build the strongest, lightweight, environmentally friendly, furniture, concrete tables, truck bodies,boats, and airplanes, there arre endless applications. It is even possible to build an entire home from floor to roof. A Sing home is the strongest, lightweight, energy efficient home in the world. When Peter Sing, the inventor and founder of Sing Home, was a teenager he learned about the properties of the honeycomb structure from the aluminum honeycomb used in aircraft. It was very lightweight and high strength but was expensive to produce because of the energy consumed in the manufacturing process. Peter Sing worked to invent a honeycomb material that used renewable resources and had a low-energy consumption process to produce a low-cost, high-strength honeycomb building material.


Super Honeycomb, by Sing Homes McCleary, WA

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About The Inventor, Peter Sing
Sing Honeycomb Product Detail Sing work station


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