|Subject: Re: [harryproa] Make that Q cells|
|From: "Rob Denney" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date: 1/29/2007, 8:29 AM|
The tighter the curve the narrower the strips should be as fairing the flat faces to a round will remove material reducing the wall thickness. This is much more of a concern than using lots of bog. The bog is more likely to be stronger than the core so it isn't a strength problem. It can become a weight problem so if you were talking very tight corners, say in a tube, then it would be worth bevelling the planks. Generally I wouldn't get too concerned about the gaps though I would be wary of filling too much of a gap with polyurethane.Mark............
......... ......... .....Mark Stephens.
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