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  1. SoaringEagleRick

    High Performance Room Temp. Cure Epoxy?

    No problem, by the way; this is a nice summary of the general aviation epoxies of Hexion: https://www.hexion.com/en-US/applications/composites/aerospace/general-aviation/ Of course there are many other suppliers of epoxies. One drawback that I do want to mention is that the L285 epoxy can...
  2. SoaringEagleRick

    High Performance Room Temp. Cure Epoxy?

    Is this something you could work with? Hexion Epikote LR285, 3 different hardeners (285,286 & 287) can be used for different processing times. The latter two can be a little harder to come by. https://www.ezentrumbilder.de/rg/pdf/td_en_LR285_eng_180310.pdf The Tg for unheat treated is about...
  3. SoaringEagleRick

    Noise Reduction Insulation Techniques?!?!?

    Well, we even try to make our gliders more quiet.
  4. SoaringEagleRick

    Not quite so structural foams?

    Epoxy works fine with XPS, polyester does not due to the styrene that is released.
  5. SoaringEagleRick

    Webinar - Composites and Graphene: Stronger Together

    Hereby the summary of the graphene webinar, orginised by The Graphene Council, presented by Terrance Barkan. The beginning of the webinar covered the definitions of graphene. Graphene is defined as a two dimensional form of carbon, just a single atom thick bonded in a honeycomb shape. Different...
  6. SoaringEagleRick

    New Patent Granted "Two-part, Cyanoacrylate/Cationically Curable Adhesive Systems"

    Re: New Patent Granted "Two-part, Cyanoacrylate/Cationically Curable Adhesive Systems The drawback of rivets is that you create stress concentrations around each hole. If you have a lot of load cycles cracks will grow until... snap. Bonding the components together reduces the number of stress...
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