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Ah yes, it becomes clear to me. Of course, use the transom as reference and cut the clamping boards to fit, so it's like one strong piece to support the weight and thrust of the motor. Thanks so much, I wanted this to be more clear in my head. I just got through cutting the strongbacks (2' by 8's) f...
Ok I think I'm on track. The board I referred on the camber question is the clamping board (two). The bottom looks like a camber to me in the D234/5 layout, but if you say so, I'll just cut it straight. It seems like the clamping boards should reach down to the hull and be epoxy/taped there. Whichev...
Thanks Jacques, it's quite helpful to be able to ask these amateur's questions. The nesting diagram is plan number B234/2. This shows two clamping boards cut from single sheet of 1/2" ply called for in the BOM list. The top one looks a bit smaller to my eye. The Frames and Expanded Plates, diagram D...
JGB's question is on my mind too. For that matter epoxy is hard as rock too, so I'm missing something. I get the wood on wood wet thing but don't we edge seal all the panels and frames with epoxy?
- Tue Jul 04, 2006 6:12 pm
- Forum: Questions before purchasing the plans and announcements..
- Topic: LB22 Clamping Boards
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