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Kevin Ross <kjrcartoons-at-yahoo.com.au>
Re: carbon etc. [TANKS]
Sat, 3 Mar 2007 17:06:29 +1100 (EST)
just using carbon fibre would make it to brittle.
less is best.
my way would be first layer mate ,
sec - third would be chop strand
then run strips of carbon along bottom and where you
heed to stiffen.
other way would be to use foam sandwich.
there used to be a fibre mate for canoes that's good
If using epoxy 1/8-1/4 white foam can be used.
epoxy is strong but will flex.
If using poll you have to use blue foam.
poll is not as flex as epoxy but is cheaper.
all best Kev
--- Gregory Pwneror <sockless67-at-gmail.com> wrote:
> i was thinking of using it to stick together pieces
> of carbon fiber to make
> a tank shell and chassis
> On 3/2/07, Kevin Ross <kjrcartoons-at-yahoo.com.au>
> > Hi gregory
> > my name is kevin I live in aus.
> > So I know how you feel when your trying to find
> > things.
> > To answer your question It would be a bad idea and
> > very messy.
> > what do you want it for.
> > You should be able to get fibreglass there.
> > When I fibreglass I use
> > a combination of chropstrand and mate.
> > there are lots of ways to make it stiffer.
> > But if you want stiff and flex it is a bit
> > different.but can be done.
> > all best kev.
> > --- Gregory Pwneror <sockless67-at-gmail.com> wrote:
> > > hey guys.
> > > could you use pink batts (fiberglass watt
> > > insulation) instead of kevlar pulp
> > > in the epoxy mix to stick together carbon fiber?
> > > also i think ill make 1 of each type of track
> > > maybye a couple of new
> > > ones that ive designed
> > >
> > > -greg
> > >
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