Discussion in 'Construction' started by Powder Monkey, Jan 14, 2009.
How hard is it to work with once it is set
I have widened out the water-channel in my Strasbourg twice.
Just mark it with a marker, or ink-pen, then slice through it with a hobby knife. Then get under it with a hobby knife that looks like a chisel, and it came right out.
is it strong enough to screw into ?
I have all my Team Delta boards mounted to it, using metal screws, been a year now and they have not come out.
Even better news. Fred, i have two tubes of the stuff at home and i doubt ill use the second one. Are you going next saturday?
Im going to try Boom i may have to work [V]
that would stink, but ok hope to see you there.
I don't think we have that brand here in Canada. The stuff I used was kinda gritty, not silicone like.What would be the Canadian equivilant?
I wouldn't screw anything heavy to it. It is rubber.
If you are looking for light weight, rigidity, self leveling, etc. Smooth-on Feather lite http://www.smooth-on.com/Urethane-Plastic-F/c1120_1162/index.html might be just the ticket for you.
If you want a slope, just tilt the ship in the direction you want it toi slope up while it cures You want it to slope up toward the bow, raise the stern).