How tight will this product roll up? Will it wrap around a 6" or 4" inch pipe? WayneAsked on 02/23/2021 by Wayne from Worldwide
Each square is 8" inches so you would have to add additional cuts to get to bend around a small diameter.Answered on 03/05/2021 by Paul
I am repairing a wet balsa core on my sea ray hatch. I am scraping out old balsa probably a foot out in all directions. Some of it is kinda rounded. I was planning on using West Systems Six10 epoxy and use the tip to get it in as far as possible then push the double cut in till the epoxy came out. Will the double cut work for this. What size should i use? It is probably 3/4" between top and bottom surfaces. Is there a longer tip available for the west systems? Should i use a different kind of epoxy where it will meet the damp wood i cant reach. Thanks for infoAsked on 03/10/2020 by Richard from NY
The best method is to cut off the top layer of the deck and replace from above with core cell the same thickness as the balsa. Forcing epoxy in the enclosed space is dangerous because it can exotherm and become hot enough to become a fire hazard (don't ask me how I know that).Answered on 03/12/2020 by Paul
Does this material have enough compression tolerance to use under a mast step on a 23' sailboat if sandwiched between multiple layers of fiberglass to achieve a total thickness of 2"? Two layers of the 1/2" foam with multiple layers of fiberglass as needed to achieve the desired thickness. Mast step has a slight curvature so I need a bendable composite panel. It will replace 3 layers of rotten plywood. Thanks.Asked on 10/15/2018 by Surprise from North Carolina
Not a professional but I would not think so, I would not use it. Strongly suggest coosa board instead. Used it to replace rotted plywood in bulkhead where chain plates attach. Great compressibility (or lack of).Answered on 10/15/2018 by bwbrenner
I need to replace wet + rot balsa on deck around motor cover can cut out underneath can i use the calk epoxy to hold this cor cell in place and to epoxy under deck back upAsked on 02/28/2017 by john from new haven conn.
Yes, but you will still need something to hold it up until it cures.Answered on 02/28/2017 by