Basalt Fibers, Mesh and Roving — 3 Comments

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  2. how about roving to tie bags together? eyelets could be sewn into the bags and courses of bags could be tied together using the roving…. then roving could serve as a substrata for the motar outer layer?

    did i ask this before?

    • No, you didn’t ask this before. I imagine roving is more expensive than regular baling twine. That’s just a guess. So you’d want to reserve it for special applications like in the video.

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