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  • About Cetol I asked the tech support if work ok on epoxy and they said "Absolutly NO". Giuliano --- On Mon, 7/12/10, dnjost wrote: From: dnjost Subject: [bolger] oooey gooey sticky mess...suggestions welcome! To: bolger@^$1 Date: Monday, July 12, 2010, 1:03 AM I am in the final stages of prepping the 18' Work Skiff. I applied three coats of WEST to all surfaces to be clear coated...
    Giuliano Girometta Jul 11, 2010
  • You are probably dealing with a natural resident frequency of the boat hull that is sincronous with the vibrating frequency of the sander (So the boat is acting like a bell). Just try to put a couple of weight fore and aft or one in the middle and that may take care of the problem. Otherwise may be a temporary diagonal brace between the sheers may alter the resident frequency of...
    Giuliano Girometta Jul 9, 2010
  • OOPS, sorry in the previous post I lost my message. From what I can understand from this, and also as suggested by some one else, the hull protection is mostly based for duplicating hull molds with the plug method. Concerning a wooden boat, my understanding is that a traditional boat is made with a large amount of parts that are common practice and trade standards and therefore not...
    Giuliano Girometta Feb 12, 2010
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  • This congressional testimony about vessel hull copyright is interesting. .. http://www.copyrigh t.gov/docs/ hr2696.html
    Giuliano Girometta Feb 12, 2010
  • This is kind of strange and unclear. Talking about hull design, there are many variations in a hull design such frame size and frame spacing that can be altered. And considering a design, for instance, a bank dory or a St.P. dory is a very practical example. They all share the same hull design and they look all alike. The only minimal difference may be more or less rocker, the...
    Giuliano Girometta Feb 12, 2010
  • I don't think is a good idea for several reasons. 1 Compressing air will generate moisture. 2 Expanding air in cold weather from a nozzle will have the tendency to freeze around the nozzle and then the ice will melt and generate water in the compartment. 3 Pressurizing a compartment is a risky job, cracks may develop even with a minimum pressure. I witness large ocean going tankers...
    Giuliano Girometta Jan 28, 2010
  • I am not aware about epoxy made with oranges or soy beans but I tested several varnish removers made with such products. The sale people are always very nice, but the prices are three time more than the regular solvent base removers and never work, or better work with only 10 or 20 percent of the power of a traditional product. About five years ago they come out with a 100% ecolog...
    Giuliano Girometta Jan 27, 2010
  • Thanks, this one is right. Giuliano --- On Thu, 12/3/09, BrianA wrote: From: BrianA Subject: [bolger] Re: Klondike boat To: bolger@^$1 Date: Thursday, December 3, 2009, 6:32 PM Wow, not having the best day today. Here is the site/ http://www.backwate r.org/Boats/ Klondike/ Klondike. htm --- In bolger@^$2 com , "BrianA" wrote: > > Here it really is Giuliano, I found it today when...
    Giuliano Girometta Dec 4, 2009
  • Thanks Brian Giuliano --- On Thu, 12/3/09, BrianA wrote: From: BrianA Subject: [bolger] Re: Klondike boat To: bolger@^$1 Date: Thursday, December 3, 2009, 4:17 PM Here it really is Giuliano, I found it today when the subject came up www.bearmountainboa ts.com --- In bolger@^$2 com , Giuliano Girometta wrote: > > Hi, there was a site with many picture of the construction of the...
    Giuliano Girometta Dec 4, 2009
  • Hi, there was a site with many picture of the construction of the Klondyke, but now that link is not working any more. Any one have any other link to that site? Also a table of offsets wil be greatly appreciated if available. Thanks Giuliano --- On Thu, 12/3/09, BrianA wrote: From: BrianA Subject: [bolger] Klondike boat To: bolger@^$1 Date: Thursday, December 3, 2009, 12:03 PM Hi...
    Giuliano Girometta Dec 3, 2009