tw28 precutkit

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Re: tw28 precutkit

Post by ishmaelmorris » Mon Apr 05, 2010 3:16 pm

Yes. That is the question. Jacque had told us that it didn't matter which way you put them on as long as both were done the same way. If it doesn't cause any twisting tension to have them facing in different directions then that would answere the question and we can proceed. Did you see the pictures that I emailed you on Saturday?



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Re: tw28 precutkit

Post by ishmaelmorris » Mon Apr 05, 2010 3:20 pm

Yes. That is the question. If you can use them as is and have the "kerfs" facing in on the port side and out on the starboard side without causing any twiting on bad tension then we can proceed as is. When we asked Jacque in the past weather the "kerfs" needed to be facing in or out he said it could be done either way as long as both sides were the same so that is where our concern comes from on using them as they are.

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Re: tw28 precutkit

Post by ishmaelmorris » Mon Apr 05, 2010 3:22 pm

sorry about the double posting I thought I was editing and did want to find out if you saw the pictures I emailed on Saturday and maybe you could advise how to post pictures with the questions for future reference.

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Re: tw28 precutkit

Post by Larry B » Mon Apr 05, 2010 3:38 pm

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Re: tw28 precutkit

Post by TomW » Mon Apr 05, 2010 3:40 pm

Ismael if it is just the kerfs to make bending easier like Joel says don't worry about it. It will all work out in the end as you apply epoxy and fiberglass. You'll never see them once the fiberglass is on. They are on to make the bend of the panels to the frames easier.

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Re: tw28 precutkit

Post by sds » Mon Apr 05, 2010 3:45 pm

If it doesn't cause any twisting tension to have them facing in different directions then that would answere the question and we can proceed.
I think this is the question that needs to be answered by Jacques. TW28 is an awfully expensive craft to be taking any chances on.

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Re: tw28 precutkit

Post by tech_support » Mon Apr 05, 2010 4:20 pm

ishmaelmorris wrote:Yes. That is the question. If you can use them as is and have the "kerfs" facing in on the port side and out on the starboard side without causing any twiting on bad tension then we can proceed as is. When we asked Jacque in the past weather the "kerfs" needed to be facing in or out he said it could be done either way as long as both sides were the same so that is where our concern comes from on using them as they are.
Getting the right shape is all that matters. Jacques will be in tomorrow, I will let him respond and find the right solution.

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Re: tw28 precutkit

Post by ishmaelmorris » Mon Apr 05, 2010 7:18 pm

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Re: tw28 precutkit

Post by ishmaelmorris » Mon Apr 05, 2010 7:19 pm

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Thanks for the posting advice.

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Re: tw28 precutkit

Post by Larry B » Mon Apr 05, 2010 7:25 pm

Ishmael, if you click on the thumbnail picture and then copy and paste the properties you will get the larger size like this:

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