✔ Iron + Wax paper+ Plastic tarp + Sleep deprivation
Doesn't inflate so well.
Fast, don't go too thick otherwise the weight of the material brings it down.
✔ Party plastic table cloths
✔ Tarp/Vinyl material (Heavy duty) + Seams
Professional inflatable manufacturer choice
Other things you might as well need
✔ Sticky Velcro
To enter inflatables or attach them to one another, etc.
✔ Vornado Fan
The cheap small kind is best for inflation.
“The piper box was made with building wrap (probably Tyvek) and we melted the seams together with irons. This was easy and using irons was a convenient and effective way to bond the sheets together. I think it took only maybe four hours to assemble.”
Professional inflatable fabrication company, Minnesota
See their projects:
Tomas Saracenoe, Carpenter Center
Inflatable Art, Architecture, and Design, the use of inflatables in design during the 60’s and ’70’s.
Combination of inflatables information and skills learned in process, easily accessible.