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or foil or whatever the heck that stuff is
But only in one direction.deviant said:I'm pretty sure the woven cloth is stronger, too.
I was talking per layer. And like adventurco points out, you alternate direction with layers. The same goes for most structural applications of any grained material. It's basic physics. When layering wood for ply, you alternate direction of the grain for strength.Sonreir said:But only in one direction.
Chopped mat is equally strong in all directions, though it is weaker than woven 'glass in it's stronger direction.
The mat is better for curved pieces whereas woven is better for flatter surfaces. Mat is also the correct choice when doing patch work.
The rollers are great but I never use them. I have always just used plastic squeegees similar to the bondo ones.canyoncarver said:Still have it and it still needs a few layers if I'm going to use it. I need those roller tools or I need to make some.