Please note that the Helio is not a molded fiberglass trailer. It is constructed of panels of insulation that have fiberglass material bonded to them. Then those panels are joined together and gel coat is sprayed onto that structure.
Two very different methods of construction. The method this forum is focused on is molded fiberglass where strands of fiberglass and resin are sprayed inside of a form that first has a layer of gel coat sprayed inside of it. After curing the shell is then removed from the mold.
This forum is focused on molded fiberglass trailers rather than panelized construction methods. The Helio is a nice looking trailer, this is just a reminder that a Helio is not made the same way as the molded fiberglass Casitas, Bigfoot
, Scamps, Bolers, etc.
Apples and strawberries both classified as fruits but not the same. The same applies to panellized monocoupe and molded monocoupe, both are trailers that use fiberglass but they are not the same thing.
The Helio has more in common structurally speaking with a T@B trailer than it does with a Casita