Glassing small parts
Applying glass to very small parts requires a different approach
than has been presented in previous articles of this series.
One thing that you should know before you do this is that it is often not
necessary to actually put cloth on parts this small. Instead, a coat
or two of resin can be brushed on to seal the grain and make the base the
same as the rest of the plane.
The only real advantage to using cloth here is that it adds some strength
to the part if needed. In the case of the fairings shown here, the
cloth allows the exit to be sanded much thinner than what it was before the
cloth was applied.
This installment wraps up this series of articles. If you have
questions or something is not clear, please