|Feb 16, 2012, 01:32 PM|
Cure time between layups...HELP!
In the midst of a 6 ply layup using MGS L285/285 an emergency arose and I had to stop the layup. Thankfuly I was able to cover it in peelply and bag. My emergency worked out OK and now I hope my layup can be saved.
I cannot find any MGS documentation about resuming a layup. How quick can I get back on the layup and finish applying the last 3 plys?
Thanks for your QUICK reply
|Feb 16, 2012, 01:51 PM|
Joined Mar 2002
Let it fully cure (24h @ room temp), then peel off the peelply (do not touch, sand or attempt to "clean" the surface in any way. It is as good as it will ever get right after removing the peelply.) and continue with the rest of layup. If you try to remove peelply from a soft layup, there is a risk of delamination.
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