21464Re: glass cloth over keel or under?
- Oct 1, 2010yee - haaa - using that tool is fun - not only does it do a great job on getting the copper wires down flush it does wonders on errant gobs of hardened epoxy stuck on the hull, i started using it in areas that i would normally use the plane - kind of free sculpting - not really the right place but fun anyway. I've a rule about some of this stuff - better done with a beer - makes one bolder and / or in case something goes wrong one can just sit back and cry in ones beer. Thanks Hajo! cheers - on to the next issue... Dean
--- In Michalak@yahoogroups.com, "Dean Herring" <dfharing@...> wrote:
> Hajo, thanks - i had not thought of that tool - i got one - now to see if i have metal blade - this is my first stitch and glue - what kind of caulk does one use? The stick down skeg at the rear is epoxied to the keel or screwed and caulked? Dean
> --- In Michalak@yahoogroups.com, Hajo Smulders <hajosmulders@> wrote:
> > You want that keel to be screwed / caulked on after you fiberglass your
> > boat. That will allow you to use it as a sacrificial piece. A few years from
> > now you just take it of; replace and of you go with a perfect bottom...
> > BTW: on a stitch and glue: If you have one of those oscillating multi tools:
> > Get a metal blade and you will cut through that copper totally flush! It is
> > SO worth it!
> > Hajo
> > --
> > "Anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our
> > political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy
> > means that my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge." (Isaac Asimov)
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