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Thread: Can you give the weight for each size of carbon fiber, 10x8.5mm, 8x7mm, and 4x3mm?

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    Can you give the weight for each size of carbon fiber, 10x8.5mm, 8x7mm, and 4x3mm?

    I was looking for the weight per 1000mm length of the square carbon fiber tube you have. If you could give me the weight for each size (10 X 8.5 mm, 8 X 7 mm, and 4 X 3 mm) I would appreciate it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Customer Questions View Post
    I was looking for the weight per 1000mm length of the square carbon fiber tube you have. If you could give me the weight for each size (10 X 8.5 mm, 8 X 7 mm, and 4 X 3 mm) I would appreciate it.

    Hello,

    10x8.5sq x1000mm is .1lbs or 1.6oz
    8x7sq x 1000mm is .065lbs or 1.04oz
    4x3sq x 1000mm is .025lbs or .4oz


    Hope this helps :)
    Neal Davis / Sales / Technical Support
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    Thanks for replying, I appreciate it since "customer service" sent me here.

    Did you actually weigh them or did you calculate that based on density? The numbers seem reasonable. Any idea on the dimensional tolerance on these, are they woven cloth or pul-truded, strength? Really wish there were more details in the description.

    I'm looking to make an airframe and this is need-to-know stuff!

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    These are pultruded. I weighed these on a scale in our shipping department. I dont have any dimensional tolerance on these pieces. Im sure you would have no problem making an airframe with carbon fiber.

    Hope this helps

    Neal

    Quote Originally Posted by lapoltba View Post
    Thanks for replying, I appreciate it since "customer service" sent me here.

    Did you actually weigh them or did you calculate that based on density? The numbers seem reasonable. Any idea on the dimensional tolerance on these, are they woven cloth or pul-truded, strength? Really wish there were more details in the description.

    I'm looking to make an airframe and this is need-to-know stuff!
    Neal Davis / Sales / Technical Support
    phone: (615) 373-1444

    Hobby Express
    your R/C Superstore!
    Tennessee USA | (615) 373-1444 | http://www.hobbyexpress.com

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