Hi everybody an a happy New Year thrown in there also,,,Must be the Scrooge in me, taking over my boat building urges...been chequing some posts on theMessage 1 of 49 , Jan 1, 2008View SourceHi everybody an a happy New Year thrown in there also,,,Must be the
Scrooge in me, taking over my boat building urges...been chequing some
posts on the internet concerning Ultraply,,some kind of supposed to be
good quality underlay plywood.(Still have to find out if it is
available in Canada ei specifically Edmonton area).Has anyone built a
boat with this stuff amonsght all of you fellows,ei;also awfull curious
That s exactly what I did. I don t know how thick their skins are; but If I were in a position to order a boat build that way I d insist on a filling of theMessage 49 of 49 , Jan 9, 2008View SourceThat's exactly what I did. I don't know how thick their skins are; but If I
were in a position to order a boat build that way I'd insist on a filling of
the slots at leats with more foam.
I really don't claim or want to argue my point beyond the fact that I looked
at it in a very amateurish way; but decided I didn't trust this method; or
voids and gaps between skin sheets in a composite.
Now no matter how wrong I might be; I'm never going to be particular happy
in a boat that has this issue; so I avoid it.
On Jan 8, 2008 11:31 PM, Stefan Probst <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> --- "Hajo Smulders" <hajosmulders@...> wrote:[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> > Slots were probably up to an half an inch wide in a 2 inch piece
> > of foam at the 'open side' of the curve. These were gaps; not voids.
> Something like on
> under the headline "Wide foam sheet planking"?
> Seems to be ok there.