FaSho, thanks for the interest. I know there will be a lot of steps, so I was trying to keep the post to a minimum. But for your case I will try to keep you updated as much as possible. Thanks for the support.
Now that the case is curred, I can rotor out the excess carbon fiber.
Peel off the folded sides of the lid.
Get another clipboard, cut the same size and shape of lid.
I had to carve edge’s of enclosure top to make sure top fits snug. Will cut another hex pattern inside of Encloser top, then epoxy to top of enclosure.
I put holes on the top center of each piece to remind me what position each piece belongs. They will end up being covered up when I add additional layers of epoxy later.
Paint the pieces black. Make sure you don’t get paint on carbon fiber.
Cut a section of clip from the used piece that was left over. Enough to cover the base and support truck screws for extra stability.
Take the section of clip board that was cut for the inside of Encloser and measure for truck screws.
Drill 4 holes for 5m truck screws in measured areas. Make sure holes match up before setting clipboard section with epoxy.
Paint section of clipboard that you epoxied to enclosure base. Lay a thin layer of epoxy inside of Encloser. Fit hex cut lid to top of case. Then lay a thin layer of epoxy on top of lid.
Let epoxy set for 3 to 4 hours or for how long your epoxy directions suggests for your resin to get tacky. Then lay your section of carbon fiber over top of Encloser and bottom of the lid of the base. Press and smooth carbon fiber till secure. Then put another thin layer of epoxy resin on carbon fiber. Allow to cure for at least 12 hours.
Trim, file and sand excess carbon fiber off of the enclosure.
Put another layer of resin on carbon fiber enclosure and allow to set.
Once all pieces have dried, set and cured. Sand all pieces to desired expectations.