17301Re: Toto question
- Apr 11, 2008Hi, Chris,
My question remains. As laid out on the plan sheet, if I've scribed
the lines on the rough side. Will the rough side end up being inside
--- In Michalak@yahoogroups.com, "Chris Feller" <chrisbfeller@...> wrote:
> I usually put the rough side on the outside when I build plywood
> boats. It is easier to fill the holes and smooth it that way. Also
> there is usually more material on the rough side since it is not as
> well sanded. However I would say that it does not really matter.
> Either way works well.
> Chris Feller
> --- In Michalak@yahoogroups.com, "Robert Paquette"
> <robertpaquette@> wrote:
> > Hi, everyone,
> > I've joined the two sheets of plywood, end to end. With the rough
> > side of the joined sheets facing up, I've laid out the lines as per
> > the plans. Now my question is, will the rough side be inside or
> > outside the boat? I plan on starting my cuts tomorrow morning, so
> > I've decided to ask the board before starting. My take on the plans
> > is the bottom bilge shape is the starboard side, and the bottom side
> > panel is the port side. Is that correct? Does it matter? Of
> > course, I would like the rough side of the plywood to be inside. Any
> > Toto builders, or someone with the Toto plans out there, that can
> help me?
> > Robert
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