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last layer of laminate Carbon Kevlar going in.

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Is vacuum infusion going to be the standard Eliminator layup process moving forward (carbon/kevlar would still be an option)?
 
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Is vacuum infusion going to be the standard Eliminator layup process moving forward (carbon/kevlar would still be an option)?
For now we are keeping it as an option. It is a very expensive process so for now we will let the customer decide. Carbon Kevlar is an upgrade as well.
 

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painting the deck
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Deck is getting prepped for infusion



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What exactly goes on with vacuum infusion? I love learning all about the different layup techniques builders are using nowadays, and while I've seen this on RDP I'm not exactly sure what is added by this process.
 

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