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Fiberglass Biaxial Cloth is a #1708 E-glass Biaxial (+/-45 degree) Cloth with 3/4 oz mat backing. The fiberglass tows are held together by light nylon stitching which do not affect the structural integrety of the cloth.
The flat non-crimped fibers yield reduced print-thru and higher stiffness than other woven fabrics
The mat backing adds extra thickness and makes for a smoother finished product when applied over scratches and dents. This cloth is ideal for repairs, tabbing, and reinforcing.
November 19, 2022
First time using this product making a custom fan shroud for classic pickup. A couple of layers of this added the required strength allowing me to mount the electric fan in the shroud without the worry of breakage.
July 30, 2022
May 19, 2022
Engine hatch repair - needed lots of strength...
April 25, 2022
This is superior material, thoroughly recommend it. The size I needed was temporarily out of stock a month or two ago, so I ordered some through Amazon that was described the same way - 1708 biaxial fiberglass cloth. But apparently quality varies, and the Amazon stuff was simply awful in comparison with the cloth I've previously bought from Jamestown. I won't make that mistake again.
October 28, 2021
Great products! Great value! Quick shipping! These guys are on top of their game! Thanks again!
October 5, 2021
The fiberglass arrived perfectly rolled and in packaging the protected it from the shipping company. There isn't much more you can ask for when purchasing fiberglass cloth. It worked out perfect for my project.
September 20, 2021
It was really nice working with the 1708 glass, super strong and wets out nice. I made this trolling motor plate with 12 layers.
May 29, 2021
Great for the boat repairs I was making. Delivery was fast and it was packaged well. The best part was that the mat came rolled and not folded!
April 14, 2021
Nothing bad to say about this product, worked perfectly. Wets out well and stays in place. Used this to reinforce port side of Mutineer sailboat hull where hull was very soft due to storm damage and badly done previous repair.
April 14, 2021
I needed a strong fiberglass to strengthen a corner of my sailboat. After adhering a triangular piece of mahogany in the corner using thickened epoxy, I used the biaxial fiberglass over the top to finish it off. Electric scissors' worked better to cut this material than manual scissors for some reason.
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