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Old 11-11-2011, 08:30 PM   #105
ebrabaek
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There are a lot of good user input in this thread. A subject that most books....dvd's or course's don't cover..... "The spills and thrills" But as with many people trying their own phase of work..... they venture out to try new things.....and all are not good.... and so it goes that mis information.... Or things that is not necessary the way things work correctly can be misinterpret, and discourage others that thought this is the way. So with all these different advises......available....I encourage all to test new methods ( wherever they are found) on a test batch of any kind.... Before moving onto the piece you are making.......as you are running a risk of destruction and failure...... Which to the newcomer can be detrimental. Many things work great...but perhaps not for each project... So that goes for every project.... Test your methods on a ....uuuummm test bed before moving on to your project...... That said.... Onward with the layups.....

Erling
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