Gun Roving


Gun Roving

Continuous Strand Roving, or Gun Roving allows the one continuous strand to be chopped up and dispersed into everything from small parts to tight corners and much more. This product is sold as a 40lb box and is most often used in conjunction with a chopper gun.


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Original price was: $149.99.Current price is: $134.99.

1873 in stock

Gun Roving

Continuous strand roving, or Gun Roving comes as a box containing around 180 yards of long-strand fiberglass filament wound into a doff or creel. Gun Roving is a fantastic way to build strength and thickness quickly with little weight by running the filament through a chopper gun, which disperses chopped pieces of glass into molds, small parts and tight corners. Gun Roving can work in conjunction with a spray gun to ensure a proper amount of fiberglass and resin is applied to your part. Gun Roving wets out very easily and can be used with nearly all chopper guns (including the CDA-16).


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