You are now ready to start the glueing process. Remove the warm laminations from the oven one at a time. Apply epoxy to the lamination and stack it on the bow form. Be sure that you follow the order that you layed out on your work table.
You can only apply the epoxy to one side of the laminations while on the table. Stack the laminations on the bow form with the epoxy side down. Apply the epoxy to the side facing up. All surfaces should have epoxy applied to them evenly, as put together, with the exception of the tape side of the fiberglass.
Once all the laminations are assembled, another layer of clear wrap is put on top and then the pressure hose. The hose is pressurized to 65lbs, pressing the laminations tightly together. The bow then goes into the bow oven for 6 hours or so for the glue to cure.
6 hours later, removing it from the bow oven.
Deflate the hose and remove from the bow form.
Removing the bow from the bow form.