|Epoxy pump and insulated|
3. You also need to keep your fiberglass cloth from getting dust or any contaminant on it. I used the same idea that other builders used and constructed a wall mounted cabinet that folds up from the bottom to protect the cloth. It has two sections that unfold into an approx. 6ft cutting table. Although it works well, it's probably not the design I would use if I did it again as I've pinched my fingers twice now by holding it in the wrong place when I unfold it. I've now marked the end of the table with "NO GRIP" markings to remind me to hold it on the sides when unfolding the table so the outside legs don't catch my fingers when they fall into position.
|Glass cabinet closed to keep cloth clean|
|Glass cloth cabinet open for cutting|
4. One other tool I'll need is a foam cutter. Chapter 3 shows you how to make one but I've decided to wait on building it since I won't need it for a while anyway.
Chapter 3 gives you a full list of recommended tools, both hand tools and things like a band saw, table saw, and drill press which will make some things easier. I purchased the tools package from Wicks Aircraft Supply as well as their special package of Cozy Girrls tools.