Monthly Archives: July 2012

Using Fibreglass-Part 2

Silicone jacket moulds a go-go! Doing silicone jacket moulds (sometimes called Matrix moulds, although that makes them sound like they are made up of binary code and can transform into any shape by thoughts) kind of fell out of favour … Continue reading

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Using Fibreglass-Part 1

It stinks, it’s toxic, it uses a corrosive catalyst and it isn’t nice to use, but fibreglass is a workshop staple. I have spent a fair bit of time behind a respirator patting down millions of pieces of fibreglass but … Continue reading

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