Old 09-16-2020, 12:46 PM
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Xcomunic8d
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Originally Posted by Surfnski View Post
Thanks for the replies guys, just the info I was looking for to make sure I’m on the right track.

The construction adhesive is an interesting idea and I may try glueing up a couple test pieces to experiment with but I think I’ll stick to epoxy as that’s what I’ve used everywhere else to date. I believe I’ve seen Bills use gorilla glue for glueing foam pieces together, I could see using the locktite for that application as well.

yes, you need to glass over it. It’s just a bonding agent to give you a surface to work against. good luck on your project. It doesn’t really matter how you get there as long as it’s solid in the end. I’ve had very good results on my seacraft doing this.

ps it’s a fun experiment for sure.

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