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archiver
06-23-2002, 11:20 PM
Posted by Artur.

Other from International Academy.

Posted on 11/3/2000 8:54 PM MST



I was wondering if the use of a router was allowed.

I also wanted to know what kinds of adhesives are allowed (ie wood glue, rubber cement, etc.)

thanks

archiver
06-23-2002, 11:20 PM
Posted by Artur.

Other from International Academy.

Posted on 11/3/2000 9:02 PM MST


In Reply to: additional hardware + tools posted by Artur on 11/3/2000 8:54 PM MST:



one more question came to mind...
is the use of epoxy allowed?




: I was wondering if the use of a router was allowed.

: I also wanted to know what kinds of adhesives are allowed (ie wood glue, rubber cement, etc.)

: thanks

archiver
06-23-2002, 11:20 PM
Posted by Michael Martus.   [PICTURE: SAME | NEW | HELP]


Coach on team #47, Chief Delphi, from Pontiac Central H.S. and Delphi Automotives Systems.

Posted on 11/5/2000 5:14 AM MST


In Reply to: Re: additional hardware + tools posted by Artur on 11/3/2000 9:02 PM MST:



See above.

: : thanks

archiver
06-23-2002, 11:20 PM
Posted by Michael Martus.   [PICTURE: SAME | NEW | HELP]


Coach on team #47, Chief Delphi, from Pontiac Central H.S. and Delphi Automotives Systems.

Posted on 11/4/2000 4:22 PM MST


In Reply to: additional hardware + tools posted by Artur on 11/3/2000 8:54 PM MST:




Question:

: I was wondering if the use of a router was allowed.


Answer:

A router in my opinion is not a precision tool and is legal to use.

Question:

: I also wanted to know what kinds of adhesives are allowed (ie wood glue, rubber cement, etc.)


Answer:

Adhesives (any )are allowed. An adhesive is any combination of chemicals that will cause two or more things to stay in a specific position.

WARNING: Using adhesive on No-Mod parts is not allowed as the chemicals will modify the surfaces in the process of adhesion and thus be a modification.

archiver
06-23-2002, 11:20 PM
Posted by Joe Johnson.   [PICTURE: SAME | NEW | HELP]


Engineer on team #47, Chief Delphi, from Pontiac Central High School and Delphi Automotive Systems.

Posted on 11/5/2000 7:11 PM MST


In Reply to: Re: additional hardware + tools posted by Michael Martus on 11/4/2000 4:22 PM MST:



Question:

Is Epoxy allowed?

Answer:

Yes, if used as a fastener -- not to build up a structure (e.g. a mountain of epoxy)