killerb1971 Posted January 22, 2008 Share Posted January 22, 2008 My friend Gene Knapp came over tonight to help me calibrate my Sticky Stuff adjustable epoxy pump for my MGS 285 and slow hardener. We have it as close as humanly possible +/_ .008 by weight. Anyways, I am very excited. The first practice layup was a 6 layer Bid 18"x12.5". I love that cutting wheel for the fiberglass. I don't have time to wait the 4hrs to trim, so I will wait till full cure and cut it with a coping saw, or bring it to work and use the band saw. The layup went well. No air bubbles and no epoxy ridges with the squeegie. The direction of the cloth stayed straight, no waves. I have to wait to weigh it to see if I am over on the epoxy content or not. My garage is maintaining 72 degrees and the resin box is holding 90 degrees. The garage feels warmer than the house!! : ) I will be posting regularly as I progress. Here are some pics. Quote Rob Wiehl COZY MKIV #1521 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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