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Balsa Triangle 915mm

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Balsa Triangles, or Gussets, are another of the many specialised balsa shapes available at Balsa Central. These shapes are Isosceles Triangles with one corner being 90 degrees. The size refers to the measurement of the two shorter sides.

Frequently used by Aeromodllers in the construction of radio-controlled aircraft. Difficult to make at home, our triangles have two clean perpendicular sides that take the guesswork out of making them yourselves and are easily cut to the length you require.

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
Todd Morris
Prompt service

This is my fourth order. Wood delivered in perfect condition and best of all always delivered when told. Great service, hassel free, pricing is competative with other companies but if i pay a little bit extra for the wood and service i am happy with that. Will use again for sure. Keep up the good work.

Fred Barabasz
Balsa in AU

It seems that other wholesalers in AU are having problems supplying balsa .I suppose sourcing from overseas has its problems. On the other hand although a little pricey from Balsa Central. The quality is much more consistent as other wholesalers at least 10% to 20% of what they supplied was unacceptable .I also like the fact that they don't put those dam stickers on them as they are horrible to remove Yes I will purchase from them again in the future

Thanks for your rating and review, Fred. You touched on a number of good points that sum up the situation for balsa in Australia nicely. In the end we will always endeavour to deliver to our customers - the best balsa at the best price as quickly as possible. Appreciate you and your input, Fred. All the best with your project. Peter

William East

Triangular/ Gusset material purchased is of excellent quality as expected.

The Balsa TRIANGLE/ GUSSETS take a bit of time to make, William. We start with a square and remove half of the material to get to the finished product. Good luck with your build and thanks for your review! - Peter