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m_kiel posted a topic in Fix It AnarchyHi everyone, I am looking for some advice on how to use the West System Epoxy for maximum strenght bonding of a carbon fibre hound fitting to a carbon fibre mast. The fit of the two parts is good, with the maximum gap width less than 1mm. Cleaning and surface preparation with 120 grit is clear to me. However, I was unable to find out which filler and which consistency would be ideal for this purpose. I was planing to use the 404 High Density in a two step bonding process and normally use the fast hardener. I also have access to microfibers. To get an idea of the task at hand, here is a picture of the hound fitting, mast diameter is a little under 40mm. Thanks and best regards