SB18 (help reading plans)

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SB18 (help reading plans)

Post by Piscisalfanet » Sun Nov 15, 2015 7:21 pm

Hello, I received the plans for the sport boat 18. and am in the process of translation to Spanish. I am not expert in English, I ask you that clarify me some terms and abbreviations that I do not understand.

What means this?

w.
fr.D
Re-drill
req'd.

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Re: SB18 (help reading plans)

Post by Woods Designs » Mon Nov 16, 2015 3:11 am

I can help a little

req"d is required, or necessary
re-drill means drill a hole again (presumably you make a hole, fill it with epoxy and the drill it out again to seal the edges)

FrD probably means forward

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Re: SB18 (help reading plans)

Post by jacquesmm » Mon Nov 16, 2015 11:01 am

Richard is correct but for the other words, tell me on which drawing you see them: drawing number.

F is probably part of Fwd which means forward.

W part of WL = water line.
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Re: SB18 (help reading plans)

Post by Piscisalfanet » Mon Nov 16, 2015 2:21 pm

I can now understand the term "Re-drill" and "reqd." but still I do not understand the terms "w." and "fr.D"

I quote the text of the plane # B281 / 3

High load blocks
Thru bolt to inside of trunk
3/8 "[10mm] to ply glass hull, trunk, fr.D. w. 2 biaxial layers.

"w." it could mean "with"?
"fr.D." -- :?:

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Post by jacquesmm » Mon Nov 16, 2015 3:12 pm

Piscisalfanet wrote:I can now understand the term "Re-drill" and "reqd." but still I do not understand the terms "w." and "fr.D"

I quote the text of the plane # B281 / 3

High load blocks
Thru bolt to inside of trunk
3/8 "[10mm] to ply glass hull, trunk, fr.D. w. 2 biaxial layers.

"w." it could mean "with"?
"fr.D." -- :?:

thanks so much to Woods Desings and jacquesmm
I agree that it is a little bit hermetic :)
Fr. D means frame D

fr.D w. 2 layers biaxial
means Frame D with 2 layers of biaxial.

That part of the drawing shows how the CB trunk is epoxy-fiberglassed to the hull and to frame D.
There is a piece of wood in front of the trunk, between the trunk and frame D, see the arrow.
That part is made from 10 mm ply, glassed to hull and frame D with 2 layers etc.
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Re: SB18 (help reading plans)

Post by Piscisalfanet » Mon Nov 16, 2015 5:51 pm

jacquesmm wrote:
Piscisalfanet wrote:I can now understand the term "Re-drill" and "reqd." but still I do not understand the terms "w." and "fr.D"

I quote the text of the plane # B281 / 3

High load blocks
Thru bolt to inside of trunk
3/8 "[10mm] to ply glass hull, trunk, fr.D. w. 2 biaxial layers.

"w." it could mean "with"?
"fr.D." -- :?:

thanks so much to Woods Desings and jacquesmm
I agree that it is a little bit hermetic :)
Fr. D means frame D

fr.D w. 2 layers biaxial
means Frame D with 2 layers of biaxial.

That part of the drawing shows how the CB trunk is epoxy-fiberglassed to the hull and to frame D.
There is a piece of wood in front of the trunk, between the trunk and frame D, see the arrow.
That part is made from 10 mm ply, glassed to hull and frame D with 2 layers etc.
Ok thank you very much.

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