17302Re: Toto question
- Apr 11, 2008If you laid out the sides as mirror images of each other then you
could put the boat together either way. I always visualize putting
them together after drawing them. That way I don't end up with two
right sides or two left ones.
--- In Michalak@yahoogroups.com, "Robert Paquette"
> Hi, 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
> or outside.
> --- 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.
> > > Toto builders, or someone with the Toto plans out there, that can
> > help me?
> > > Robert
> > >
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