If I were you I would test the setup first to see what gives the best results. Like 3 small layups, three slightly different procedures. That way you do not waste as much material and you learn what works faster.mattthieu wrote:thanks everyone !
my concern is, IF i put it to max vac ( mine at least ) wont it dry the fabric to mutch ? that would be worst the heaving few air bubbles !
it's not even the money waisted ( of course it is also money !) but, it's the hours of shping the wooden core that will go to waist if the fabrik is to dry !
I would test with a lower level than what you used when it failed. Like maybe 10% less. Also maybe test the procedure where you turn down the vacuum about 20% once the bag has compacted and the bleeder has absorbed some resin.mattthieu wrote:i shure will test, i ws just wondering if someone had a vac level to sujest to test with.
simple question, how mutch vac to use ?
......my concern, once the breather is on, no way to see anything so no wayto see if they are some bubbles !
....... but i'm concerned this would dry out the laminate and transfer all resin into the breather !
any ideas, anyone already done it ?
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