Short Fibers with High-Strength Results
Mix this milled glass with any resin, body filler, or casting material to increase strength, bulk, and dimensional stability for parts.
- Milled glass helps reduce shrinkage and increase moduli for parts, so it's popular for electrical/automotive components.
- It is often used with vinyl ester resin as a corrosion-resistant, blister repair putty for deep boat hull damage (a ketchup consistency delivers best results).
- Both fiber length and bulk density are controlled by the screen size—1⁄16" refers to the hole diameter of the hammermill screens used to mill the fibers, and lengths may vary up to this dimension.
For similar properties, but smaller fibers, see the 1⁄32" Milled Glass Fiber, #38.
This filler is compatible with epoxy, polyester, and vinyl ester resin systems. Add filler after adding catalyst to resin.
Add fibers to resin 5% by weight.
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ShippingFillers, when ordered alone, will typically ship in a small or medium box. Where possible, we will combine ordered items to reduce the number of boxes shipped.
Sizes1/16 Inch Milled Glass Fibers These Milled Glass Fibers are available in a variety of sizes: One 1/2 gallon (#29-A) One carton (#29-B) One box (#29-C) One box (#29-D)
Jan 6, 2018 | By Mazen Kharrboutli
I do commercial roofing I mixed the product with silicone for repairs as reinforcements it worked excellent
Make super strong
Aug 10, 2017 | By Joe Fraser
I used this for making a bedding paste to fuse separate components together. It's easy to blend and very - very strong.
Apr 3, 2016 | By Shawn Powell
Works well, Thank you
Jan 4, 2016 | By Dallas A. Babineaux
Extremely quick delivery of products ordered. Fantastic packaging. Easy to use ordering system. Highly recommended
Great high strength filler
Aug 5, 2015 | By Don J
Milled fiberglass is a great filler for use with epoxies and fills a gap left by other fillers when it comes to strength. Consistent size, easy to work with and excellent wettability.
1/16 Milled Glass Fiber
Feb 25, 2015 | By Kevin
Consistent and ready to use. Fast delivery too!