Discussion in 'Wood Construction' started by Speedboat100, Oct 4, 2019.
F**k...the epoxy did not cure at all.
Temperatures or mixing issues?
Too much hardener apparently...I had to scape it all of.
IRON-- Why didn't I think of that ? Don't answer.
It has finally started to cure...I messed it up first. I only sacrifised one knife for this.
Bending the other surface.
Are you saying you laid the inner ply parrallel to the spar so the outer ply ran from spar top to spar bottom?
That's correct. I should have been more specific. That inner ply stays relatively dry and stiff while the outers are nice and limp, and so the sheet will bend around the leading edge more easily with outer grain chordwise.
Thats neat, I'll have to remember that. Thanks.
Prebending helped a lot here.
Whenyou are done is it going to be a table?
It is like a shark fin.....a wind fairing for the tower of my wind turbine prototype.
Wings will follow.
I realized that I can reduce the turbulence by 95% .
I used these to heat it.
Fin..will be white and blue. Doesn't it remind you of something that sorta lifts itself into the air and so forth...whuzzimhacallit ?
like the rudder on the old style?
Link will not show...but yes....I am like building an aerodyne all the time...and it is just a wind mill.
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I mean did not work.
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