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Old 12-12-2018, 02:51 AM
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If the strongback is anything to go by - this is going to be a tidy job
the amount of planning and designing i hope tidy is at very least the standard i achieve...lol
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Old 12-12-2018, 03:38 AM
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the amount of planning and designing i hope tidy is at very least the standard i achieve...lol
Yeah I've occasionally been accused of using the ability to get a job done on a lunch break, as my number one criteria

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Yeah I've occasionally been accused of using the ability to get a job done on a lunch break, as my number one criteria
That can't be unseen.... what are you doing to me
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That can't be unseen.... what are you doing to me
Feel free to ask for tips on the finer details of wood working
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Yeah I've occasionally been accused of using the ability to get a job done on a lunch break, as my number one criteria
Haha. That's GOLD Larry!
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Haha. That's GOLD Larry!
I'm also pretty handy with a soldering iron

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I'm also pretty handy with a soldering iron
BAHAHAHAHAHAHA... you're a worry Larry!!
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Had my order from Allnex arrive today, Fibreglass, resin, hardnet etc etc ... only ordered yesterday afternoon. Plus pumps for the resin & hardener

picking up the ply from Plyco on saturday morning who happen to be right around the corner from the place i want to get the seats from.... looks like i might be picking them up earlier than expected...
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Very exciting...

Picked up some good quality ply this morning. Traveled over to Plyco at Fairfield (about an hour for me) and can't recommend them enough. David, the boss, took me through all the ply options from cheap CD non structural (great quality for CD) to the AA Marine Hoop Ply and everything in between... He was interested in what I am going to do and will be looking at the Bowdidge Marine Designs website.

Ended up with 6mm BB Marine Hoop, 9mm & 12mm Pacific Maple Marine and very happy with the face quality as well as the individual layers.

Whilst in Fairfield i dropped into C.H. Smith Marine and had a look at the seats that i have had my eye on and they are very comfortable, just need to make room for three of them!!


Photo 1: I finally have a boat on a trailer!!
Photo 2: 6mm BB Marine Hoop Ply...
Photo 3: 9mm & 12mm Pacific Maple Marine Ply
Photo 4: i don't think the shed will stay this neat...
Photo 5: the seat of choice... very comfortable and should work very well with the ideas i have
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Old 02-02-2019, 07:24 AM
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Wasting no time... bulkheads 4 & 5 marked out and cut... we've got a looooong way to go

Photo 1: Marking out of Bulkhead 4... to scale drawing, transfer paper and a little spiky wheel thing from spotlight and its really easy!!
Photo 2: Bulkhead 4 cut out...
Photo 3: Bulkheads 4 & 5 done
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I'm probably going to need to see Vids aswell Iceman
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A fair bit has developed since my last post...

Cut out more bulkheads
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Old 13-02-2019, 09:05 AM
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and more bulkheads and the transom
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Old 13-02-2019, 09:08 AM
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marking out, and cutting out the stringers (K1 & K2 longitudinals)
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