Resin Infusion of a Carbon Fiber Car

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About: Matthieu Libeert, Born 24th January 1990. Fascinated by Design, Prototyping, Composites, Digital Arts and Video editing.

In this tutorial you can see step by step how it's done! I don't think extra written information is needed?
If you have some extra questions, please ask, I'll be more than happy to answer them as fast as possible!

Interested in more of my projects check my website www.matthieulibeert.webs.com

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    bertus52x11

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Hi Matthieutje
    I have a question: I have no experience with vacuum infusion, but I want to give it a try.
    I was thinking of making a mould of MDF. How can I treat the surface of this mould so that I can use it several times. Are there some products you can recommend?

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    DoctorWoobertus52x11

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Late reply is late, but if your still looking around, look into some sort of body filler. You might be better off with bondo, as it will have little to no shrinkage and should provide a good seal. This is just off the top of my head, so either research it a touch more or test it with a scrap piece.