Journal of 2014/11/10

Checking the level of six vertices that forms one flat plane.
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Making three cross bars that support two wooden plates.
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Drilling nine bolt holes that attach three cross bars and two plates on top of the workbench.
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Checking alignment of the nine bolt holes and length of the bolt.
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M6x60 bolt was too short. I decided to use M6x80 bolt for final assembly of the parts.
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Drilling nine bolt holes on the second plate.
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Applying soybean oil on the parts to prevent moisture absorption
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Making a metal brush for fiberglass coat

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The mixture ratio between fiberglass resin and hardener was one hundred to one gram.
I bought a small scale that measures weight by one tenth of gram unit. I mixed 100g of fiberglass resin and 1g of hardener.
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Pouring 100g of the resin into a cup
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Putting 1g of hardener into the cup
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Mixing the resin and hardener in a paper cup
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I applied three layers of fiberglass coats on the second plate.
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Let the fiberglass cured for hours.
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Snap shots

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I patched two mouse holes on the floor and relocated the tent fifteen to twenty centimeter against the wall. I probably spent three valuable hours to the job.
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