Re: gluing MDO
- I have pictures on www.chebacco.com/new articles/building the clc,
where I broke a test but joint of MDO.
The papaer is at least as strong as the wood.
If I was building a small boat, I would only glass the joints when
using MDO. If it will live in the water, or you are building anything
over about 16ft, I would at least glass the outside.
--- In bolger@y..., Fritz Funk <fritzf@a...> wrote:
> Yes, you can glue MDO just fine without sanding off the paper -
> sanded the paper off I was gouging out a "hole" so the layers of
> cloth would be fair with the surface.
> At 02:39 AM 2/28/2002 +0000, you wrote:
> >Can you glue MDO without sanding off the paper? Epoxy or PL? What
> >about fiberglass butt splices? Fritz Funk sanded off the paper.
> >does the paper laminate mean I do not need to fiberglass the whole
> >hull, just the seams? Does anyone have any experience with this?
> >should hold paint well.
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