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Fibre is chopped in a hand-held gun and fed into a spray of catalysed resin directed at the mould. The deposited materials are left to cure under standard atmospheric conditions.
Resins: Primarily polyester.
Fibres: Glass roving only.
Cores: None. These have to be incorporated separately.
Simple enclosures, lightly loaded structural panels, e.g. caravan bodies, truck fairings, bathtubs, shower trays, some small dinghies.
Published courtesy of David Cripps, Gurit
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