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Any hands-on experience with Wild Onion or Wild Oats?

I am homing in on preparing for a new build in this size range, and I wonder if someone on the forum has hands on experience with Wild Onion or Wild Oats.
hawaiimove08
Jan 25
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

😊 ... From: "John Almberg jalmberg@... [AtkinBoats]" Sent: ‎3/‎01/‎2017 4:47 AM To: "AtkinBoats@yahoogroups.com"
Alan Marsh
Jan 2
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

Does this relate to the Atkin boats in any way, whatsoever? Why not post this in the WoodenBoat forum, or some other general boat building forum? Might get a
John Almberg
Jan 2
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

I think Origami is what some people are calling it. Mike Dolph ________________________________ From: AtkinBoats@yahoogroups.com
John Dolph
Jan 2
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

It's only "tortured" plywood if you're abusing the plywood into taking a shape it doesn't want to take. That doesn't sound like what the OP is doing. He's
John Kohnen
Jan 1
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

You're absolutely right: too much overthinking for a 9-ft dinghy! I'll just build the damn thing... ;) -- Lloyd Sumpter LSumpter Consulting (604) 786-9078
Lloyd Sumpter
Dec 29, 2016
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

Good stuff, thanks! I'll check out Mr. Byrnes and his designs -- Lloyd Sumpter LSumpter Consulting (604) 786-9078 "There are 10 kinds of people in the world:
Lloyd Sumpter
Dec 29, 2016
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

I'm a shipwright by trade , it's stich and glue every thing else mention so far is a veneration of it which are almost endless. Call it what you want and just
Alan Marsh
Dec 29, 2016
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

Oops - that's still not quite it - he uses two pieces for the bottom, which creates a full Vee hull. My technique uses one piece, flat at the stern and pulled
Lloyd Sumpter
Dec 29, 2016
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

Lloyd, Graham Byrnes of B&B Yacht Designs uses this technique in many of his designs. If I recall correctly, he used to call it “butterfly technique.” In
Gary Vander Hart
Dec 29, 2016
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

Yes, the overall "system" will of course be stitch-n-glue. But I was referring specifically to using a V-cut to turn the flat plywood partially into a Vee.
Lloyd Sumpter
Dec 29, 2016
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

That its called tortured plywood construction Mark Gillett 488 E Shade Dr Venice, FL 34293 704.651.5817 ... Subject: RE: [AtkinBoats] Name for a plywood
mrk_gillett
Dec 28, 2016
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

Tortured plywood. Good for rowing and sailing boats. Have fun! Robert
KHan
Dec 28, 2016
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

Stich and gule. You stich with copper wire ( I use heaver plastic cable ties they are easier to use ) the you fill and glass both sides ( epoxy is the best
Alan Marsh
Dec 28, 2016
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Re: Name for a plywood construction technique

I think you might be looking for the word "origami" ________________________________ From: AtkinBoats@yahoogroups.com on behalf of
John Dolph
Dec 28, 2016
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