- published: 07 Feb 2013
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Help support this show! http://www.patreon.com/BoatworksToday Additional information available on our website! http://www.BoatworksToday.com Social Stuff: http://www.facebook.com/BoatworksToday http://www.twitter.com/BoatworksToday In this show we cover some of the tips and tricks for fiberglassing over plywood as well as how to deal with tricky shapes and contours!
From the Orca Boats series of videos on wood strip kayak building. This video shows the basic steps in fiber glassing a wood strip kayak hull using epoxy resins.
This video will explain the different types of fabric reinforcement, and how to select the one that is right for you. These fabrics and a wide selection of polyester and epoxy resins are available on our website at tapplastics.com. To orde fiberglass fabrics, go to http://www.tapplastics.com/product/fiberglass/fiberglass_fabrics For specialty fabrics, go to http://www.tapplastics.com/product/fiberglass/carbon_specialty_fabrics
The glass fiber epoxy flooring is a new combined material, fiberglass with epoxy resin mix together.it is heavy duty,high traffic and anti-corrosion.and it is anti-slip,fireproof and environmentally friendly. It is stable in rolls,laminate like vinyl flooring,so the installation is the same easy as vinyl flooring. More detailes,please contact: email@example.com
From the Orca Boats series of videos on cedar strip canoe building. The fiberglass and resin are applied to the inside.
After much debating we decided to try fiber-glassing the belly of the Skywalker. I a store nearby I found the light fiberglass. I asked the person in charge about what resin will work best on a RC Plane for rough landings. We agreed that epoxy could be too hard and brittle. I needed something hand and flexible. He suggested "EnviroTex Lite" and explained how to mix it and how to apply it. This is my first fiber-glassing ever!! It turned out to be easy and so far it looks great! Next is see how it behaves in the landings. The surface looks smooth, hard and flexible. It is light, very light.
Laying out fiberglass, wetting it out with epoxy, removing the excess and applying a fill coat. For this particular boat this will not be the last coat of glass on the hull. Another layer will be added after attaching the deck. Some of the techniques I used in this video are based on that expectation. For more information about this video visit: http://www.guillemot-kayaks.com/guillemot/blog/nick/fiberglassing_hull This series of videos shows the steps of building a wooden kayak using the "strip-planked" or "strip-built" method. This particular boat is a double paddle canoe design called the microBootlegger by Guillemot Kayaks. More information about the boat is available at http://www.guillemot-kayaks.com . Further information about the building techniques shown in these videos is a...
In an effort to reduce weight on Seven, IMW used tips and tricks learned from Edison2 at the Progressive Automotive X PRIZE Shakedown event. Kevin and Patrick show how to use peel ply and fiberglass to re-create and replace the heavy trunk lids and hood.
Laminating boat stringers
This HOW TO FIBERGLASS video is from the The Original YOUTUBE Series of 35 or so videos on How To Fiberglass. We make a custom Ford style scoop in this video... We are one of the few professional fiberglass crews on YOUTUBE... we are also the VERY FIRST How To Fiberglass guys on YOUTUBE.... Between the 4 of us Fiberglass people, we have over 100 years combined experience in fiberglass Mold Making, Fiberglass Fabrication, Lay-Up etc..etc..etc.. You wouldn't believe just how many famous hot rods we have been a part of!!! .... Videos may be a bit old and crude but we are NOT FILM MAKERS or Very Computer Literate.... But when it comes to REAL fiberglass fabrication, we are Number 1
How to apply a fiberglass finish to balsa parts.
This is from crackhead09 showing you how to glass.
Fiberglassing boat hull
Is there nothing Steve Dulcich can’t do? Last time on Roadkill Extra he was welding cast iron, and this time he spells out the basics of fiberglass bonding work. We’ve provided this free episode on YouTube to give you a taste of Roadkill Extra so you can decide if you'd like to subscribe for more episodes. https://www.motortrendondemand.com/subscribe/30-day-free-trial/?utm_source=In-House_Ads&utm_medium=Display&utm_content=YTEndCard&utm_campaign=GEN_Campaign&bnr=GEN_Campaign-YTEndCard-RKE-ep158 As you watch, cruise over to Facebook.com/RoadkillShow, follow us, and watch for future posts asking for your questions to be answered on the Q&A sessions that are posted every Friday on Roadkill Extra Powered by Dodge.