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Old 12-02-2003, 10:31 PM
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did you tool the 41 by cnc and hand tooling the 47

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Ryan we have a CNC tooled Hull and Deck this is a third project since I have some extra time on my hands..
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great pics steve. i love see'in this kinda stuff. keep em come'n
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Oop's wrong photo
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I will post more tomorrow, Best regards to everyone.
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Dave sorry last for today here is a closer view of the bead and cove system.

We shop run all the stock.
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what product are you planking that with? It looks like some type of foam.

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Ernie I am using the Core Cell 600 Foam for the planking strips on the One Off with A SP systems epoxy adhesive. Thanks for asking.
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so do you screw it to the jig? or how is it attached? Will this be a running plug? I guess you are glassing over the foam, how many layers for the plug? And why not CNC? It seems like you guys spent a lot of CNC time on the deck and then you are going old style on the hull. Isn't the hull more important to get perfect than the deck? Why was on the design team of the hull? Or is it the exact hull as the old apache?

sorry for all the questions.... just really interested in boat building.
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Ryan we have a CNC tooled Hull and Deck this is a third project since I have some extra time on my hands..
Topspin,
I was thinking the same thing until I read this.

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Thanks for all the shots.

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