January 26, 2014
I'm building a dory to row the Grand Canyon in March and we used this cloth for the hull protection
August 21, 2013
I purchased the 17 oz biax to use in the repair of the transom on our Bayliner 3270. The repair included plywood and epoxy, and in order to properly reinforce the new plywood it is necessary to use 45 degree biax when tabbing to the hull. I found the Vectorply to superior to other cloth I have used in the past, and found that it layed in the corners easily, absorbed the epoxy quickly, and was generally easy to work with. There are alot of loose threads if you have to cut strips as I did, but no worse than any other matting. Note that cutting this cloth will dull scissors very quickly - you'll need quality tools if you have to piece a lot of it out.