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Old 24 Jun 2004, 18:19 (Ref:1014862)   #1
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Pressure vs non-pressure cured composites

Is there appreciable strength advantages to curing fiberglass and carbon composites in cold cure using a vacuum bag as opposed to 'normal' layup?
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Curing on temerature depends on the resin your using.

Epoxy needs 90 C curing temp.
Polyester needs room temp.

Vacuum baging is used for better resin fiber percentage.
especialy when using resin injection.
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