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Old 12-13-2004, 04:37 PM
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Hi everyone ........

Would like to know if anyone out there have ever used or have any experience with the 1/2oz carbon fiber mat or a little heavier than that .What are the advantage and disadvantage of it .Where can I buy them from ...
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Old 12-17-2004, 01:43 PM
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Sonny,
I'm using some right now. I got it from cst, asp also has it. From what I've found it comes in two weights .5oz. and .2 oz. per yard the .5oz. stuff seems to be about .005!QUOT! thick (kind of hard to measure because of compression. I'm primarily using it sandwiched between parts to add stiffness. It's amazing what the difference is. I tried using it like glass to reinforce an external seam, it worked o.k. but the stuff fuzzes like you would not believe. I am not using bagging so that might help the final appearance.
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Hi Kamakasi ,

Thanks a lot for your inputs ... As I intended to use it as a reinforcement between balsa skin and foam wings on a jet that' has protential convertion to turbine powered ...
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