Lightweight Industrial Cloth with aerospace applications. Excellent for model building. Only .004" thick. Crowfoot weave, which contours nicely. Thread Count 60 x 58. Breaking Strength 125 x 120 lb./in. Finished Weight 3.08 oz./sq. yd.
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120-38 STD E-GLASS FIBERGLASS
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Bought this for an RC wooden boat .It hasnt been used yet but its exactly what was needed.
Fantastic for laying up model airplane parts with compound curves like cowls, wheel pants, etc.
Perfect for student projects.
A reliable source for quality cloth. Ideal for our patchwork and small projects.
Perfect material for doing light layups to foam core projects by the students. Always in stock and cut to the right amount.
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The width of the cloth is 38". So one yard of cloth would be 38" x 36".
These total length of a full roll can vary. Generally they are between 120-130 yards total. This part number is priced and sold per yard.
Per the supplier: There is no shelf life.
Manufacturer C of C must be requested at the time of order. There is an optional check box in the shopping cart to add the c of c.
There isn't any documentation with this information to advise how clear this would be after wetting it out. Odds are, there may be some print of the weave. The lighter weight 1080-50 would likely be the best material we offer for this application, but you would want to experiment with the material before using it on a finished product.