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Tone
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Re: Carbon mast layup

Postby Tone » Fri Mar 07, 2014 10:06 am

plummet wrote:I have laid up parts greater than 7mm thickness. Yes it is possible.

The issue you will have is the first layers starting to go off before you vac bag it. That means you can have a resin rich layup. Not ideal.

Why 30 layers at 7mm? that does not make sense. Use heavier weight carbon in uni and double bias.

You could get your layers down to 10. Use 600gram insteat of 200grm weights. If you want a nice looking layer then put the 200gram twill on the outside only.

Will 10 heavier layers you physically will be able lay up the job faster and get the vac bag sucking before the resin goes off.


Preparation is the key!

Having all your cloth laid out and ready should make it quite a quick process.

I am using slow set epoxy to give me more time.

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Re: Carbon mast layup

Postby Scuba » Tue Mar 11, 2014 12:52 am

Hello again
Laid the mast and fuse up last night in 19c temp, went well, still have to put another 6 layers into the fuselage, but got the mast thickness and tuttle head.
Now for the other side........thinking of putting final layer of carbon in when bagging to the to half s together.
Foiling by wkend? ???? Hope so.
Steve
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Re: Carbon mast layup

Postby tkettlepoint » Tue Mar 11, 2014 1:26 am

steve looking real good my friend...
I have started on a DIY myself.
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molds are next then I will be pressing one

keeps us posted on your project
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