Air bubbles in seams

Posted by Paul on Nov 7, 2007

I'm building a Sailrig hull where some of the seam area between two panels form a 180 degree angle, with no room for fillet material. I ended up with a few air bubbles caused by the wires where the fillet is especially thin. Is this something to worry about? Some of the bubbles are kinda large, maybe 3/4 by 1/2 inch with a depth of the copper wire. Should I try to fill these by drilling a small hole and use a syringe with epoxy? Cut out the bubbles along with the offending wire and patch? Do nothing?



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