rnbraud Posted October 22, 2007 Share Posted October 22, 2007 I read somewhere someone was using 1/4" phenolic, the kind called out in the plans for bearings, as hardpoint material for the NG-30. Is this an acceptable hardpoint material? Also, along the same lines, I have seen some websites where builders made a 15+ layup that was 1/4" thick, then let it cure, then cut out circles. Then they removed the foam down to the inner skin, floxed in the hardpoints, THEN, completed the 4 plies of the outside layup. Is it a good idea to put the hardpoints below the layup, instead of on top as in the plans? Later. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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