"aluminum or do a layup of glass and foam"


That sounds kind of familiar. Because of my lack of experience and tools for 
working aluminum I decided to make mine out of 1/4" aircraft plywood. I then 
put a layer of glass on both sides with a silk weave on the front. You could 
probably do the same thing with 1/8" plywood but I would probably up the glass 
layers. Using the plywood allowed me to bolt through it where ever I needed to 
without having to scrape away foam and add flox for reinforcement. I just use 
normal wood tools to make the shape I needed. But its biggest advantage is that 
it is very easily modified. Many changes since I started my build. Still the 
original panel.

Stephen Teate
Paradise, Texas

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