Hand lamination involves the saturating of reinforcement material made from glass, carbon, or aramid fibres with a cold-curing resin. Brushes or rollers are used for the lamination process. The reinforcement material (mats) is placed onto a mould with a mould release agent and a first coat of resin in layers. The material is built up layer by layer until the required thickness is reached. Hand lamination requires a low level of investment. This is a process where only one fiberglass surface of the moulding is required to be smooth. Used for all applications from small items to the largest structures.
We can control this process by weighing and recording all fiberglass materials brought onto the job and then the wastage weight that gets taken off.