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Epoxy inside hull

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Seats and Thwarts

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Moulds

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Planking

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Outer Stems

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Epoxy outside

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Epoxy inside

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Gunwales

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Finishing

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Last update: April  20 2009

April 20

Excess glass cloth trimmed off.

April 19

17.00

After a second coat.

April 19

11.30

Half way thru the first coat. The excess epoxy is "squegeed" off and put in a tin can.

April 19

10 am

Cloth cut and smoothed out in the boat

 

April 14

Sanding the inside is about the worst job in building this type of boat.

At least I have been away paddling both weekends in the last two weeks which was good fun.

Sanding is an arduous task that I do from time to time. The boat is now ready for epoxy coat on the inside.

A few gaps have been filled with epoxy so that hopefully I will not get any air bubbles when applying the glass cloth and epoxy.

 

 

April 1 2009

Before epoxying can start, there is a lot of sanding to do.

 

 Turned the boat round today to view the task in hand.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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