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Old     (trentj6930)      Join Date: Oct 2007       08-08-2012, 5:04 PM Reply   
I have a project board that was really badly de-laminated on the base. I thought rather than throw it our or mount it on the wall I would try and fix it. more for the fun and experience to try it. So what I did was drill some small holes in the delam areas and injected some fiberglass resin. Then i use a tube inflator and taped it over another hole and put it in vacuum. It actually pulled most of the bubble out. So I left some planks and clamps on it for a day and a bit. When I pulled off the clamps the board felt spongy. So i decided to cut open the bad area and take a look. What I found is that the resin I used melted the foam completely out in the areas I injected it! Is there still a way to repair this thing? What can I do to try and save this board?
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