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lamiglas blanks 6909 and 6906
Posted by: alex d. (---.la.navipath.net)
Date: June 21, 2001 12:19PM

hey everyone,

this is my first time at this board. i need your help on two lamiglas blanks: 6909 and 6906. how do they differ and can you give me some characteristics of them? i heard that the 6906 is glass and the 6909 is composite, but cannot confirm. i emailed lamiglas, but didnt get a reply. i plan to use it (depends which is better) to throw iron and grind iron in socal.

thanx in advance.
alex

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Re: lamiglas blanks 6909 and 6906
Posted by: Todd (---.vanc10.pacifier.com)
Date: June 21, 2001 03:20PM

Alex, I'm sorry you did not receive a response but I am the person that usually deals with these questions and I did not receive a request.
Any way I am not quite sure what the application that you are doing is, but the composite version of the 6909 has become reasonably popular for some surf applications in the NE. These "classic" blanks were originally designed for use in S. Ca. the other mode you are refering "6906"? I'm not familiar with. Anyway if you have further questions email me at:

todd@lamiglas.com

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Re: lamiglas blanks 6909 and 6906
Posted by: alex d. (---.la.navipath.net)
Date: June 21, 2001 08:28PM

i emailed you about the 6906 blank todd.

alex

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Re: lamiglas blanks 6909 and 6906
Posted by: Todd Vivian (---.portland-13-14rs.or.dial-access.att.net)
Date: June 21, 2001 11:46PM

I'll check Alex, but I truly do not remember it.

Sorry, Todd

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