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Old Feb 19, 2012, 06:29 PM
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Originally Posted by BMatthews View Post
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So all in all it's a very poor choice for most styles of model aircraft building.
I agree. However, it does seem to be good for coreflute planes, which are quick and expendable.
I use it a lot for setting up bench jigs for decalage alignment, vacuum bagging (secure the beds to the bench), and too many reasons to list. Also for securing wiring looms in aircraft fuselages and such. I also use for final fixing of servos after I have cast an epoxy/"'Q" cells pocket for the servo. Two or three small spots of hot glue will secure it. If it requires removal, a heated wire will soften the glue allowing removal.

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