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monterey
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Very interesting and intriguing. Now I'll end up tripling my glass cost trying to make it. [biglaugh]

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bjansen
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I am very impressed Great job
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Pretty cool technique you have got there... Nice looking bows also...
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quote:
Originally posted by Roy from Pa:
Nice work.

All right Mac, LOL.

thanks.. [Big Grin]
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quote:
Originally posted by Shredd:
Pretty cool technique you have got there... Nice looking bows also...

thikness result is 1.4 mm..must be into drum sander to get 1.2 mm or 1 mm
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Pago
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Elegant, robust and functional. Congratulations!

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I like the bows, very nice
When you first string the bow's, is the tiller close?
How close to being the same is the glass to each other?

You got the corner market on glass over there. [thumbsup]

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I can't see any images. I really want to see those images !! I think photobucket not allow anymore upload image other website. so i can't see any images. where i'm living there is no archery supply(?) store. we can buy bow, arrow but no fiberglass.. can you please upload images again

Thanks

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I would like the pictures too. Here in Brazil we have the same problem.

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I will reupload the pic..sorry for photobucket trial version..thx u
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thanks for reupload pics but i only can see 7 pictures. is it all?

mold is very similar with one that i saw on russian forum

and what is Styrene monomer and it's purpose?

what is cmx type resin? is it different with 2part epoxy?

what tex of roving you use? 2200 tex?

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I'm in Kansas and I can't see most of them either. I just see photobucket box that says I need to update for 3rd party hosting. I want to figure this out so I can see all posted pictures. Its the same on many websites.
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