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Old 11 June 2004, 04:29   #11
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Just back from day trip to Copenhagen in Denmark (Rene´s homeland)
Did you get any Tuborg Grön
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Old 11 June 2004, 16:02   #12
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Hi Janis,

As somewhere on the both forums it has been clearly to many I am to young to drink Tuborg Grön.
By the way has Leif contacted you for quotation of a RIB ?
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As somewhere on the both forums it has been clearly to many I am to young to drink Tuborg Grön.
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Part two

1. spend another two hours in the hole grinding out all the foam, and removing the bonding paste from the edge of the split and fairing out.

2. cut a template, it makes life so much easier.

3. check that the mat fits before mixing resin.

4. Then lay it up using the same layup as the boat, using 1oz chopped stand over the edges to keep the tails of woven down. (this is a close up shot so you can see the weave of the mat, otherwise you can't see any difference from photo 1.)

5. cut out the foam using the top part of the template made for the mat, shape and then fix with bonding paste. fill and gaps with paste and micro balloons.

When that's all gone off just fair it glass over the top of the whole thing and Bob's your uncle. Easy, money for old rope. anyone want a job?
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Glad to see Bananashark is on the mend.
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Old 12 June 2004, 16:08   #16
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Whats the difference between bonding paste and resin ?

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Old 13 June 2004, 06:12   #18
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Hi Pete,
The main difference between the bonding paste and normal laminating resin is that the paste is thicker, tougher (more impact resistant), provides better adhesion to a wide variety of substrates, has a lower shrinkage (so less print through on the moulding.) and is more expensive.

There are so many different resins and fillers on the market that choosing the right one for the job can be a nightmare, and the amount and variety of stuff you have to keep in the store seams to grow day by day.
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