VIDEO OF THE WEEK: How to Make A Plug for a Fiberglass Mold – Part 2

In the first part of this video series, Stephan showed us how to use pink insulation foam and a homebuilt hot wire cutter to create the first part of a perfect plug. In this next video we look at the next steps of laying down fiberglass and 5:1 epoxy to create the plug, and some important parts of the process that should not be overlooked. Tips in this second video from someone who has made many plugs and molds, will help to speed up your own process and avoid common mistakes and hangups.

Stephan offers simple and clear advice for making his plug for a motorcycle seat, but you can use this video to make just about any form with ease.  Follow along in Part 2 and be sure to watch Part 1 of the series, if you missed it.

Then stay tuned for Part 3 coming next week!

 

 

4 thoughts on “VIDEO OF THE WEEK: How to Make A Plug for a Fiberglass Mold – Part 2

  1. Great. Thank you. Although it might cost you some to make these videos it will return as I buy more product and get more adventures with my projects. Thanks and thanks for “Tips From A Shipright” also.

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