Lexan and fiber glass

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Frodo2801

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Just an idea, I wondered if any body has put fiber glass over lexan it seems to me it would be comparable to G-10 in weight and strength.:confused:
 

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If your using polycarbonate you DON"T need the glass. that's likely why you've never heard of anyone doing it.
 

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to be exact, its an epoxy-filled woven "E" glass composite
 

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Originally posted by Micromeister
If your using polycarbonate you DON"T need the glass. that's likely why you've never heard of anyone doing it.
Speaking of, are any rocket companies selling lexan? If not, anyone know of a source?
 

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Home Depots in Western PA have Lexan, for the time being.
 

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