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Old 11-16-2016, 09:21 AM   #63
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Originally Posted by Zebra View Post
Learning to make your own prepreg gives you a lot more control over the process. My prepreg is significantly higher quality than most of the overpriced commercial stuff. I pre-seal it with all the air bubbles removed before it gets anywhere near my mold.
Zebra,

I appreciate the feedback. I have looked into compression molding, but since our stocks are molded as one piece, it's just not possible. I would be interested in hearing about your technique and resin choices for the prepreg. Are you using a thermoset resin?
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