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Fiberglass Fabrication

From: Dave Lisiecki
Email: davel@patriotfire.com
Remote Name: 64.42.48.10
Date: June 11, 2002
Time: 15:06:42

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I don't know if this will be of help, but I have to re-create some roof-top "tunnel" lights for my ambulance and since I will never find an extra set, I am thinking about trying to make them myself with a fiberglass mold. Maybe this process will work for your air cleaners. This is a link I used as reference. It's mainly for smaller model parts, but I think the process is the same, and they sell the material. If I don't end up doing that, I'll go to a custom fiberglass/composite manufacturer. Most larger cities should have them, as they often serve the boating and aircraft industry. If you went that route, they could more easily pop-out more copies, ans this looks like a long process to do it right. Here's the educational link: http://www.cstsales.com/fiberg0.htm

 

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