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Here are the latest products we've added to the Bucks-Composites online shop:

Extremely lightweight (26 g), snugs fitting model. Highest polycarbonate lens optical quality, class 1. Impact grade F.

Grit 150, Shank 3mm (1/8”)

Assorted Diamond Points Ideal for Craft, Modelling, Home Repair, Use On Ceramics Tile, Glass, Plastics, Fibreglass, Carbon Fibre, Stone, and Wood.

Great Value.

30 Piece.

WARNINGS:

Work with any power drill.

  • Arbor size 1/8"with washer and screw 2 off
  • Diamond Coated Disc diameter 20mm 4 off
  • Diamond Coated Disc diameter 22mm 2 off

The faster the drill the better the wheel cuts.

Woven glass cloth suitable for heavy-duty wing covering.

One metre wide, in a range of lengths.

Please follow this link below for covering a model plane or model boat:-

Guide to Surface Finishing

114mm long x 10mm x 2mm thick, spatulas in various pack sizes.

Ideal for mixing resin with hardener or producing small fillets with compounds such as super lightweight fairing compound or micro balloons mixed with resin etc.

Pultruded carbon-fibre rods from HT carbon fibres (Torayca® T300 or equivalent) and epoxy resin are drawn continuously through a die. This production method causes the fibres to be oriented unidirectionally, i.e. along the length of the pultruded form.

Glass fibre sheet sized 150mm × 350mm in a range of thicknesses.

This laminated sheet is made up from layers of 200g twill weave carbon fibre cloth wetted with epoxy resin and hardener. It has a high gloss and smooth finish on both sides. Available in a range of thicknesses from 1.5mm to 3mm.

Ultra high-quality, visually appealing on both sides.

This laminated sheet is made up of one layer of carbon fibre 200g twill weave cloth wetted with epoxy resin and hardener and left to cure, it has a rough bondable surface on one side and the other side is a high gloss and smooth finish. 0.5mm thickness nominal.

Pultruded carbon fibre profiles made from HT carbon fibres (Torayca® T300 or equivalent) that are drawn continuously through a die. This production method causes the fibres to be oriented unidirectionally, i.e. along the length of the pultruded form.

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