EkoBond Stewart Systems EkoBond is setting the standard for aircraft fabric adhesive in the 21st century. Ekobond is a water-based, contact adhesive that is very flexible and heat workable with an incredible shear strength. EkoBond is very easy and pleasant to work with. First, it is applied to the airframe with a brush and then allowe STEWART SYSTEMS EKOBOND EkoBond is a revolutionary water based cement for the application of fabric. EkoBond has extreme bond strength for fabric to fabric and fabric to non-fabric surfaces in both peel and shear tests. EkoBond is very use EkoBond - water based adhesive E610 ! EkoBond is a water-based contact cement type adhesive. It is used primarily for the following; -Attaching fabric to the structure -Making fabric-to-fabric glue joints -Gluing the finishing tapes down -Gluing grommets and inspection rings to the fabri
. EkoBond linen will make the fabric look just like old cotton, while giving you not only the antique look, but also the st STEWART SYSTEMS PROCEDURES MANUAL Section 3 Page: 1 08/08/06 Rev. #: OR APPLICATION OF EKOBOND CEMENT . Fabric to Metal - EkoBond Cement (E610) is used in a different manner than most aircraft cements. Apply EkoBond Cement (E610) to the surface where the fabric will b Jerry, It's very simple! We sell a glue eraser that will rub it right off. They are cheap, $2. If you don't have one and you need something in a hurry, you can go to harbor freight and look for a sanding belt cleaning stick. It's a blond gummy rubber stick about 1 1/2″ square and 10″ long. Our glue eraser is just those sticks cut down.
With the Stewart System you brush a thinned coat of ekobond (3M 30-NF) over the entire surface to encapsulate the fibers prior to the UV coats. I've heard reference to the Gliddon gripper primer being applied in two cross coats for essentially the same purpose Learn how to fabric cover an aircraft elevator with Stewart Systems waterborne technology. Part 1 of
Hi everyone! This is my first time asking for help in here! This is the situation: My boyfriend and I are restoring a PA-12 super cruiser from 1947. So... we are just getting started. We are from Argentina, so a couple a months ago we purchase Stewart System Ekobond in USA and we brang it back to the south. But we wanted to use DOPE on top of it Just spent the last week getting my first experience with the Stewarts System by covering the horizontal stabilizers on my Javron cub. To spread out the costs and stage the delivery of materials, they sent me all supplies needed to cover the tail surfaces with manuals and detailed instructions. From what I can tell from research, the fabric cement Ekobond is neoprene based, very similar to. Check out this video, very informative on using latex paint over Stewart systems. I plan on using 3m fastbond 30 (suppose to be the same adhesive as ekobond) with latex primer to fill the fabric. Others who have used this speak highly of the process
I prefer Stewart Systems EkoBond adhesive instead of the MEK based products. The stuff does not stink and is super easy to use. You simply paint it on, let it dry a little, lay the fabric in place, and press the fabric into the glue. If misalign the fabric you can pick it back up and reposition it As mentioned Poly-Tac (and Super Seam Cement) will make a mess out of polyurethane varnish. Stewart Systems Ekobond might be compatible with polyurethane varnish. I used epoxy varnish on the surfaces that were going to get Poly-Tac (no polyurethane varnish under it) and polyurethane everywhere else. First coat was brushed, second coat was sprayed Stewart Systems EkoBond Cement. The Kansas City Dawn Patrol. The Valley Engineering Big Bad Twin engine with its Series 3 PSRU lets the engine swing a really big 80×46-inch slow-turning prop. This is a lot different from my direct-drive VW buzz saw on the front of my Nieuport The entire finish process is waterborne, from Stewart Systems' EkoBond adhesive to the acrylic house paint top coats. The top coats were applied with a 4-inch foam roller. Other items left to the D.VII builder's discretion include fuel tank mounting, seat construction, brakes, and a myriad of finish details I used Stewart Systems Ekobond on my last model. The process is a little different. Balsa usa carries it. It is a water based finishing system for full scale aircraft. Latest blog entry: Is-4 Jastrzab Build. Oct 19, 2020, 06:34 PM #12; Larrikin. Larrikin. Everything's A Compromise
Re: Stewart Systems Question Post by jeffreyK » Mon Jan 11, 2021 9:41 pm I was informed when helping to skin an L-3 for the D-Day museum that there was some problem with delamination if not doing the diluted Ekobond step first Stewart Systems EkoBond cement is the bee's knees when it comes to gluing fabric to airframes. It's all we use now in the Dawn Patrol for fabric work. The two aluminum washers fit snugly into the inside diameter of a Camloc receptacle and position the hole on the other leaf of the fixture directly over the center of the Camloc receptacle Stewart's EkoBond is a contact adhesive that is applied in a manner completely different from PolyFiber's PolyTac. I had to learn new routines, and It was a good place to learn the Stewart System because of its size and simplicity. This first attempt went fairly well but after seeing how nicely the rudder came out I decided to recover the.
The most recent entry into the covering systems market is the Stewart Finishing System that uses waterborne technology to apply polyurethane coatings to the fabric. The glue used in the system is water-based and nonvolatile. The Stewart Finishing System is Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) compliant and STC approved The fabric was attached to the airframe with Stewart Systems EkoBond as detailed earlier. The first step in paint finish is to seal the fabric with an acrylic primer. I selected a Valspar primer from the aviation aisle of the nearest Lowes. I don't think the particular brand of primer is critical, they all seem to be formulated for preparing. Search Stewart Systems on YouTube and watch their excellent videos. The Fastbond is what most of us believe is the same glue as Stewart System EkoBond glue. The red stuff is part of the Poly-Fiber system. The two systems should not be mixed. Pick one or the other and go with it. The Poly-Fiber system has been around since the 50's or 60's and.
It seems that Stewart System used thinned Ekobond as the primer before the paint. The WienerDogAero guy instead used some Gribber primer. That may be a better looking option than the green Ekobond. I also like the cost saving aspect of it. It looks like that I have enough fabric already. So all I needed now is just some 3M 30-NF and a few. Stewart Systems EkoEtch EkoEtch Aluminum Etch is a concentrated combination acid based detergent and degreaser. EkoEtch removes scale, corrosion, light oil, processing fluids and brightens aluminum. EkoEtch is non-hazardous, water reducible and non-flammable
The Stewart Systems Procedures 21 Manual 3/23/09 edition is a complete written manual for the Stewart Systems Covering Process. It includes product application, painting instructions, continued airworthiness and more. This written manual is an excellent tool to keep in your shop while you are covering Stewart Systems EkoStrip is an environmentally safe paint stripper that can be sprayed, brushed or rolled on your painted surface. EkoStrip is not solvent borne and does not dry out and stop working overnight. In most cases the stripping action will take place in 2-4 hours. EkoStrip has no harsh odors, is not caustic and is biodegradable EkoClean Heavy Duty Cleaner/Degreaser concentrate is used with the Stewart Covering System to clean fabric before application of EkoFill. For cleaning fabric, EkoClean is diluted 15-1 with water, and lightly applied with a spray bottle, and rinsed with clear water. EkoClean is a non-butyl, water soluble, concentrated degreaser and general. Sharon helps and I watch while Mike Moore covers an elevator with lightweight Dacron. Like us, Robert also uses Stewart Systems Ekobond cement. We love its non-volatile characteristics. We particularly like its no-obnoxious-smell feature. Check out the dummy rotary engine on the stand behind them He used Stewart Systems for the covering. It is all water based so the smell factor is way down. I picked up the end of the bottle of EkoBond he had so I am going to do some sample pieces to see how it works out. I will stick with Koverall and I want to finish it up with KlassKote. I already have the can of paint for HA-3433
Stewart Systems DVD Set Stewart Systems Manual SuperRag Wiping Cloths SR150. view Fabric Covering Products EkoBond - Fabric Cement EkoClean - Heavy Duty Cleaner/Degreaser EkoFill - Fabric Sealer, UV Protection & Primer EkoPoly Premium Catalyzed TopCoats EkoPoly Premium Repair Ki Stewart Systems EkoBond is setting the standard for aircraft fabric adhesive in the 21st century. Ekobond is a water-based, contact adhesive that is very flexible and heat workable with an incredible shear strength. EkoBond is very easy and pleasant to work with. Available in 4 Oz ,Pint ,quart or gallon-sized containers
Stewart Systems EkoBond EkoBond is a revolutionary water : based cement for the application of fabric. EkoBond has extreme bond strength for fabric to fabric and fabric to non-fabric surfaces in both peel and shear tests. EkoBond is very user friendly since it has very little odor and can be used in. This is what I ordered from Stewart Systems. The fabric was ordered separately from Aircraft Spruce. EkoBond - Gallon, Green 1 $201.79 EkoFill - Gallon 2 $397.30 EkoClean - Quart 2 $32.58 EkoPrime - Gallon, Smoke Gray 3 $449.70 EkoEtch - Quart 3 $68.85 EkoPoly Premium 1 $1,337.68 Size: EkoPoly Premium - Gallon - Tiger Orange 4 gallons Subtotal: $1,337.68 3M 320 Open Coat Sand Paper - Sleeve of.
Just spent the last week getting my first experience with the Stewarts System by covering the horizontal stabilizers on my Javron cub. To spread out the costs and stage the delivery of materials, they sent me all supplies needed to cover the tail surfaces with manuals and detailed instructions. From what I can tell from research, the fabric cement Ekobond is neoprene based, very similar to. I would have preferred the same color ( bluish green ) as Ekobond. But those are harder to find. I have not used this before, but folks who have, said it works same as Ekobond, with water clean up. Some said Ekobond is in reality Fastbond, just repackaged and re-branded by Stewart. Not sure about this, though Hi Folks, just finishing my engine installation and the last task is to paint my cowling doors. I've been using the Stewarts system on my project. The main color is sport yellow. The picture below is the first time this has happened to me, but have read previous accounts of a similar situation where all looks good, you've achieved the gloss wet look on your final spray, but after an. Re: Stewart's and Superflight. This manual is a guide in covering and finishing your fabric covered aircraft using Ceconite, Superflite, Polyfiber, or any other polyester/Dacron fabric which is FAA approved and meets the requirements of TSO C15d/AMS 3806D, and all the Stewart Systems products. My airplane is a mix of Ceconite and Superflight. Today I did do some covering on the tail surfaces. I covered the elevators and rudder with Sig Koverall. It is attached using Stewart Systems EkoBond. I tried out the linen color. It works the same as the regular stuff except for the fact that the cloth areas with EkoBond on it looks wood colored
Erster Versuch mit Stewart Systems EkoBond. Das Bügeleisen hat leider nicht ausreichend Leistung. Ich benötige eines ohne Automatik. Eingestellt von Michael Roebbig um Samstag, Juli 14, 2012 Keine Kommentare: Diesen Post per E-Mail versenden BlogThis All the covering is done using Stewart Systems. Covering is a very time consuming activity. I estimate about 16 hours to cover an aileron from start to finish, ready for wash coat. Flaps are a bit less, maybe 12 hours. Each of the other surfaces are about 8-10 hours. Good use of Stewart Systems Ekobond!. Stewart Systems provides step-by-step instruction to help guide airplane gurus through the technique of aircraft fabric covering. This is a relatively simple method, but the proper tools and guidance are required in order to make aircraft fabric covering a success. Items needed for this process: aircraft fabric, EkoBond glue, a brush and a hot. Poslat příteli. Lepidlo EkoBond E610 Stewart System 3,8 l. EkoBond je revoluční lepidlo na bázi vody pro aplikaci na letecké potahové tkaniny ( např. Ceconite ). EkoBond má extrémní pevnost spoje mezi tkaninou a tkaninou nebo netkaným povrchem (dřevo, hliník). EkoBond je velmi uživatelsky přívětivý, protože má velmi malý. other system I recommend, and the one I use, is water based, and therefore less hazardous to your health and to the environment, and not flammable. These products are made by Stewart Systems and are the same products once known as the Blue River System. Its adhesive is called EkoBond. Both Poly-Tak and EkoBond adhesives have th
I'm planning to use Stewart Systems paint on my S-19. I bought some primer and will try it out in the next couple of weeks. They recommend a compressor that can deliver 13 CFM at 60 PSI for HVLP spraying of the topcoat. That's a serious commercial-grade compressor. I'm wondering if anybody has used a more ordinary compressor or has any other experience with the process For wing covering we will be using Stewart Systems Ekobond (on it's way from Miami as I write) and regular ceconite fabric. We have not yet decided the paint design, so ideas are welcomed! Posted by Unknown at 6:36 PM No comments: Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest For those interested, we're using Stewart System EkoBond adhesive to attach Dacron fabric which is subsequently shrunk with heat and then coated with Latex exterior primer and gloss finish paints. You can find good videos online of how the covering process works using EkoBond, which makes the covering process almost miraculously easy compared.
Oct 4, 2018. #1. Here you go folks, I'm making my way through the painting steps using the Stewart Systems process, happy to try to answer questions you might have. It's working out ok so far but we really won't know for sure until we see how the top coat turns out and then how it holds up for the next ten to twenty years Stewart Systems Products; Additional Products; Glue Eraser; Glue Eraser. Glue eraser for rubbing off unwanted EkoBond. Glue Eraser. Part Price ; ERASER £1.77 0: Stocking, processing and delivering aerospace parts. Hello and welcome to our website. Contained within these pages is most of the information found in our printed catalogue, all.
Stewart Systems 5500 Sullivan St #34 Cashmere, WA 98815 EX-Factory Phone Number Aircraft All pricing is in USD Prices are good for 30 days from receipt of estimate We recommend waiting until ready to paint to order paint. Phone # 509-782-3626 Fax # 509-782-3025 E-mail email@example.com Web Site www.stewartsystems.aero Tota fabric. hey guys.....While awaiting my DE plans (just ordered last week), I finished up on the ribs/etc. My next set of questions goes out to all that have covered their Eagles. Regarding material used, tentatively, I favor using Ceconite 102 on all surfaces, with Stewart Systems chemicals (Ekobond,Ekoseal,Ecotech)) Stewart Systems EkoEtch. EkoEtch Aluminum Etch is a concentrated combination acid based detergent and degreaser. EkoEtch removes scale, corrosion, light oil, processing fluids and brightens aluminum. EkoEtch is non-hazardous, water reducible and non-flammable. Use EkoEtch to prepare both old and new aluminum surfaces before applying Stewart.
Stewart Systems Ekobond Cleaners show Cleaners; Multi Purpose Cleaners Realclean Turbine Soot Master Simple Green Cord Rib Lacing show Cord Rib Lacing; Poly-Fiber Rib Lacing Cord Straight 504 Needles Corrosion Treatment Epoxy show Epoxy; Ecopoxy Fabri Katalog nur für gewerbliche Kunden. Alle Preise zzgl. MwSt. [Preise inklusive MwSt zeigen Základový nátěr Stewart Systems EkoFill E620poskytuje ochranu před UV zářením a vyplňuje vazbu vlákna. U letounů potažené tkaninou jsou všechny krycí vrstvy, prošívání žeber, všechny pásky/porty i samotná tkanina před nanesením prvního nátěru EkoFill očištěny,odmaštěny pomocí produktu EkoClean. EkoFill se používá na potahové tkaniny např The Stewart Systems covering classes takes your from start to finish and provides you with the knowledge and hands on experience before starting your project. Learn about surface prep, how to use our EkoBond glue to attach fabric to the framework. Watch as the loose fabric tightens up underneath the iron SUPERFLITE COTTON REINFORCING TAPES Cotton Reinforcing Tapes . Per Vendor: No, part # 09-17000 is a non-sticky back tape. It's more of a cotton tape
Stewart Systems can save you money on your overall covering job. The cost per square foot covered is actually less. Our quotes have all the paints & primers you will need for your finishing project, not just the products for fabric applications. Our coatings are high in solids. With water added as a reducer you get more product and smaller shippin Fabric to Metal - EkoBond Cement (E610) is used in a different manner than most aircraft cements. Apply EkoBond Cement (E610) to the surface where the fabric will be attached. Let the cement tack up (tacky to the touch, approximately 5 minutes, depending on temperature and humidity). Apply the fabric to the cemented area It is an excellent all-purpose cement for use on model airplanes. May be added to aircraft dope to improve adhesion to synthetic fabrics (one quart of FAB-TAC to a gallon of DOPE). This smooth flowing adhesive dries in 15 minutes to a tough film with a high tensile strength. May be coated over in 1 hour. Brush coating covers 110 square feet per. The Do-It-Yourself part of the DIY Stewart Systems is this nice quart bottle of 3M 30NF water-based contact cement, the exact same stuff Stewart Systems buys in bulk, repackages it as Ekobond, and sells for up to $10 more. Be sure to use a synthetic bristle brush and keep it moist (wrap it in a wet cloth or submerge it in a cup of water. We aim to be your One Stop Aviation Shop and are here to offer our product and service to pilots, students and aviation enthusiasts. Our extensive range includes aviation supplies, aircraft accessories, crewgear for students, general aviation and professional pilots. We stock flight training supplies, pilot supplies,
Posted By RichC on March 9, 2009 . Small and informal (as usual) EAA284.org gathering on Sunday afternoon and continued to discuss a couple rib stitching and wing/fuselage covering options. Stewart Systems less toxic EkoBond were looked at and we entertained thoughts on possibly creating a How-To video for making stitching needles from welding rods Shape the patch tape to conform to the bow with iron at 250 bias tape is not needed. Glue the patch to the bow and let dry. Use iron at 250 to smooth out and seal down patch. Apply UV block and fill. Sand and reapply as needed. Paint. I would use Stewart system or whatever is on the wing now
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Finally we got started covering the rudder with fabric. The first step is putting sufficient glue on the wood, then letting it get tacky. Once it's tacky enough, we wrapped the fabric on it, dad trimmed it up to fit nicely, then he did an initial low heat (approx. 200-250 degrees if memory serves) pass on just the glued areas with the iron In the past, the fabric weave was sealed with EkoFill, giving exceptional UV protection to the fabric and provided a surface ready for the topcoat. In 2017, a change to the covering process was.. 271. Re: Want to learn cloth repair. Yes, it was painted with colored butryate. No polytone on it anywhere. A lot of the polyfiber process is the same as ceconite. Just the chemicals are different and ceconite has the additional step of spraying clear non-taughtening butryate; for the most part Like shop.balsausa.com on Facebook. Follow shop.balsausa.com on Instagram. Subscribe to shop.balsausa.com's YouTube Channe
resistant caulk. I also changed the exhaust system from 4 into 2 pipes to 4 straight pipes in order to get rid of two very loose and leaky slip joints. The cabin air inlets were originally located behind the engine cooling air exits so they picked up engine fumes. I closed those and put a new inlet at the base of the windshiel Toe-in Correction Contd. Rather than use shims to correct the toe-in problem we decided to machine the face of the axle flange to give the same results. This was done by holding the axle in a vertical chuck and tilting the head of the Bridgeport 1.8 degrees. A fly-cutter was then used to face off the axle flange Using the original Mike Sandling goat 1 drawings I was able to figure out most of the assembly. The few things that left me puzzled where answered by Michael (via Jon) that same afternoon Part# 09-01600 MFR Model# 1-MEDIU