This standard 12 oz double Bias fiberglass cloth made by Vectorply is an E-BX 1200-10 (+/-45deg) with a total weight of 12.54 oz/sq.yd (425 g/sq.m). This high quality biaxial fiberglass cloth provides added strength with less additional weight than thicker 17 oz Biaxial glass.
This mid-weight fiberglass cloth is ideal for adding strength with minimal weight, allowing for multiple layers.
The weave is retained by a thin polyester stitching which holds the perpendicular 45 deg tows into place without affecting structural integrity.
This 12 oz cloth impregnates easily and is excellent for small to medium size glassing jobs which focus on strengthening a surface while adding minimal weight. Experience fantastic results while used during wet lay-up, vacuum bagging, or infusion.
This cloth is sold by the yard or roll (196 yd) and is 50" wide.
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*Please specify if continuous lengths are required. This is usually the standard for all of our composites, however when reaching the end of a roll, orders may be completed in multiple lengths to total the ordered quantity.
E-BX 1200 Resin Infused
E-BX 1200 Open Mold
Resin infused laminate made with poly / vinyl ester resin blend
Open mold laminate made with poly / vinyl ester resin blend
All standard reinforcements should be infused with a flow aid or Vectorfusion reinforcements.
to fiberglass a repacement pressure treated plywood floor, is a single layer sufficient or do I need 2 or 3 layers?
I am a bit of a Build It Better than it was kind of guy. It's not required to go to this extent, but I know my jobs are done "Extra-Right"When I did my hatch covers recently (also cored with soaking-wet plywood) I put down 2 laminates first, wetted them in well, then Balsa Coring that had every channel between "blocks" coated in Epoxy (Epoxy-Wetted Plywood would have been same procedure for me), then an additional laminate on top of the assembly, and then Re-Bonded the original "finished skin" with thickened epoxy from the underside of the hatch in-place. Compress on FLAT floor for 36 hrs. with solid closet door & wax-paper with 300 lbs. on it...End Result--BULLET PROOF!
can this be used with epoxy resin?
So this vectorply glass is very thick and hard to infuse the resin into. This glass also distorts very easily, careful when you lay it out. Make sure you are using the resin at temperature that make it as thin as possible, that will make it's absorption into the cloth much easier. I would be careful to use a medium to slow setting epoxy or resin.