Re: [bolger] Grind tape edges versus fair edges with thickened epoxy?
- next time cut the edges with a utility knife ,new blade, before epoxy. it will come out like the good side on both sides.
iused a 2" grinder disc 36 grit, 3m from auto parts store in cordless drill. took it off fast. then faired the mess it made.
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- The problem seems to be that the selvedge stands proud. Using a sharp
razor type knife I cut off the edges before using the tape. The tape is
a little unhandy after the cut but if rolled up and unrolled carefully
it will laminate without the bump.And the fairing is much less of a problem.
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> The problem seems to be that the selvedge stands proud.I routinely 'feather' this edge smooth by giving it a light pass with
a 4 1/2" angle grinder fitted with a backng pad and 36 grit sanding
disk. It takes some finesse and a steady hand, (because that grinder
does such quick work!), but with practice it is as easy as smoothing
You have some neat homemade deck organizers on the Micro. I can't
remember where the pictures are. Would you mind pointing me to the
correct site and review how you built them?