Greetings, I am working on a project that has had me scratching about for a solution, and I am confident the answer lies amongst you.
My pond liner was chewed up by nesting voles, and is unrepairable. But, since I now have the expensive primer, and seaming tape, I can seam the new liner in a nice, controlled manner, and thus fit it to the pond cavity much, much better, without all the folds and wrinkles I had before.
But I can’t be Guessing at a dart length and angle, the material is to costly for that.
Since I have nice measurments of the cavity, are there calculators, or tables to take the guesswork out? I will be able to extrapolate up to the scale of the pond.
Thanks so much for giving time to this off topic post !