about things that interest me.
Fiberglass gores in place on shell
Gores of fiberglass mat taped into place on shell
Sorry about the Blue color. The workshed is covered with a blue tarp to reduce the sunlight that would speed up the curing of the resin. Working in the morning with cool air and cool resin also slows the cure. This is all needed to give me time to roll and fill the glass mat with an even and air bubble free layer of Polyester resin. The 3 layers should yield about 125 mils thickness of reenforced polyester dielectric between foil layers of this condenser. Thickness yield of about 180mils or 3/16 inch. pg
I think we need to form an international scientific delegation to observe this when it is finished. (:
People from all over the world have accessed this blog. All I have to do is publish!
Are you volunteering? 😉
Bring your camping gear, we have 20 acres of woods, streams and gardens, but not much in the way of housing. pg
Yes, I am sure you do have visitors to your blog from all over the globe. I got a visitor from the Gambia the other day, which I had to look up. It appears to be a small country in Africa along a river bank. I like the map feature.
So we need representatives from Europe and South America as well. (: We will have to have an anti-gravity and transmutation summit +20.
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REPLY; you are welcome, I am curious about how you came to my site? pg
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