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Old Oct 08, 2003, 09:13 PM
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Originally posted by GMRO
Balsa was used to make the plug of the Micro-V canopy. Then it was cut in half... The balsa halves were then reverse cast in molding plaster. The molding resin for the tool was put into the female plaster halves. I still have the plaster halves incase we need to make another set of tools. BUT the balsa bucks were ruined while getting them out of the female plaster reverses.
Thought so, but how did you overcome the grain of the balsa?

60 in 3.5 hours! Wow, that's quite a feat! With the good quality of this canopy, that's awesome.

I'm almost ready to lay down the paint, the mask is almost dry.

-Frank
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