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Old 10-05-2007, 07:13 PM
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Default N200LZ: Chapter 10 - Canard - Hot box?

I would like to post cure my canard in the jig to insure it stays in the best aligntment possible. I'm figuring I'll need to get it up around 160 degrees.

Has anyone found a way to accomplish this (without moving my entire setup outside.) I'm thinking heat lamps maybe? Too bad I can't tap into the water heater as a heat source ....... ......... or maybe I could???

Ideal would be if I could borrow a few parts off of my wifes convection oven.
.....its got a nice blower and all .......
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Old 10-05-2007, 08:41 PM
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Default Re: N200LZ: Chapter 10 - Canard - Hot box?

160 F is not very hot and you do not need the temp for very long - a small space heater with a fan? and a box over the canard.

Heck - what would a hair drier produce?
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