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Old Jan 11, 2013, 08:41 PM
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Originally Posted by wyowindworks View Post
.......... So you are talking about convex corners rather than concave ones?

Yes.

I cut the cloth into small 2" x 2" or smaller squares to handle those. Sometimes some 3/4" wide bias cut strips will work too. Using a really pliable fabric helps as well. It can be tough with heavier mold building cloths.
That's a good start Adam. But what exactly do you do at the very apex of the convex corner? Do you fold each of these small pieces over the corner in turn? and then do you wait untill they have tacked off before proceeding?

Or

Do you lay each of these up too (and not over) the corner or arris, allow to part cure, then proceed to lay more of them on the other (intersecting) face to join at the two edges of the cloth?

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