To the right is photo showing how the 7725 can be cut using masking tape to prevent skewing. The pattern is laid over the cloth. The masking tape is mashed in place outside the pattern. The cloth and masking tape are cut in the middle with the cloth and masking tape border placed on the butcher or other easy to cut release paper. The cloth is wet out. The 7725 cloth and butcher paper are cut together inside of the masking tape. No masking tape is transfered to the part. This is all oversize to allow for the final wet out piece of 7725 on the butcher paper the shape and size of pattern needed. The wet out cloth on butcher paper is mashed in it's previously prepared location. Butcher paper is removed. Final squeegying or stippling on the 7725/resin matrix is done, peel ply added if desired and left to cure. This process keeps the otherwise easy-to-skew 7725 cloth fibers in place during the wet out phase.