- Dec 21, 2020
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I watched the video also and like Tim's piping bag technique this would of saved me serious time on this step. I would mix the RP in a clear plastic cup then transfer into the bag. I like to mix the epoxy real good and need the bottom & side walls of a sturdy cup rather then mixing on a plastic bag that might tear. I noticed he went ultra thin on the vacuum rails then followed with rubbing alcohol. Either way I'm going to implement this technique on my next X-15 build.Just watched the two new videos. Part 12 is straightforward. I've actually been waiting to do the fillets on the wings and fairings to see how Tim did it. I was surprised to see him using a piping bag. What do you guys think about that technique? I'm kind of liking it. Having practiced with Rocketpoxy on my DBRM, I think it will work great with this. I don't know how Tim mixed it up, but I wonder if I could even put the two parts in the bag and just use that to mix it, rather in a bowl or paper plate. It would save a messy step.
Curious to hear what others think.