Fiberglass Repair and Construction Handbook

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McGraw Hill Professional, May 22, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 260 pages
Fiberglass Facts; Materials; Tools, Equipment, Supplies & Work Areas; Health & Safety; Care & Maintenance of Fiberglass; Working with Cured Fiberglass; Fundamentals of Fiberglassing; Molding Methods Used in Manufacturing; Structural & Assembly Concepts & Practices; Repairing Fiberglass; Repairing Other Materials with Fiberglass; Covering Wood with Fiberglass; Auto Body Repair & Customizing; Fiberglass products in Kit Form. Pub. 1988.

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Tools Equipment Supplies and Work Areas
Health and Safety
Care and Maintenance of Fiberglass

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About the author (1988)

Jack Wiley is an experienced craftsman and the author of several TAB books including The Fiberglass Boat Handbook, Working with Fiberglass: Techniques and Projects, and Making Your Own Exercise Equipment.

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