here are some more pics of the job in progress as well as a better pic of the honeycomb. the first is of the smaller frames needed for this job as well. only 128 of them. the second 2 are more and better pics of the honeycomb. it comes from a company called plascore, i think that they are out of canada. not sure about that, though. the fourth pic is of glue being applied to the sheeting at the paintline, from there it goes through the oven only to remove moisture, then on to assembly. the frames and honeycomb also get done the same way. the last pic of this post is of the frame and honeycomb on the table with small peices of pvc pipe used for spacers. once the sheet is lined up right, then each pipe is slid out to glue the 2 of them together.
No announcement yet.
a pile of work!!!