Bonding parts

Discussion in 'Boatbuilding' started by ed2, May 29, 2019.

  1. ed2
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    ed2 Junior Member

    Hello everybody, good morning
    What glue you should use, to join two pieces of fiberglass.
    The surfaces to be joined together are glass fiberglass glass, laminated in polyester.
    The piezar that I want to paste is the hull and the deck of a dinghy, with which, it is a permanent union.
    The effort to which the whole is subjected is torsion and also as the union of the cover and the hull is on the boat board usually recieves small impacts.
    I hope I was clear
    thank you.
     
    Last edited: May 30, 2019
  2. Blueknarr
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    Blueknarr Senior Member

    The translator didn't do too bad with this post.

    What is the surface materials of dinghy? Wood, fiberglass. Paint, gelcoat ect?

    How permanent of bond?

    How much load in which direction will need to be resisted?

    Cosmetic considerations?
     
  3. ed2
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    ed2 Junior Member

    Thank you for your observation I hope I have been clearer this time
    greeting.
     

  4. Blueknarr
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    Blueknarr Senior Member

    I'm still confused.
    You mention a "helmet". I am unfamiliar with attaching a helmet to a boat. To me a helmet is worn on your head while riding a motorcycle.
    AGV-Sportmodular-Carbon-Helmet-Review-gear-patrol-lead-feature-v2.jpg
    To me a boat "cover" is a canvas tent to shield boat from Sun and rain. 23-Pathfinder-085-2-1030x772.jpg Perhaps a picture or two would get past the translation issue
     
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