Re: New material for construction of pop-pop boat hulls.
- OK OLD Frank,,,You've got my curiosity UP !!Do you have a "build log" or a "link" (to a you-tube video or other) explaining or demonstrating a "bread and butter" build?HHMMM? (and foot tapping...) .... and waiting...old wes
Check this like out. It gives the basics of what Frank has talked about in the past.
--- In email@example.com, Wes Goostrey <wgoostrey@...> wrote:
> OK OLD Frank,,,
> You've got my curiosity UP !!
> Do you have a "build log" or a "link" (to a you-tube video or other) explaining or demonstrating a "bread and butter" build?
> HHMMM? (and foot tapping...) .... and waiting...
> old wes
- SEE , ya NEVER GET TOO OLD ta LEARN !!!That method would work with Fan Fold ( blue foam insulation ) and PU glue . gorilla glue.but certainly should work with the other boards . What adhesive would you use ?old wes
- Old Wes,
I have found that choice of adhesive can be trial and error. A lot of them depend on Mat'l, temperature and humidity condititions to work at their best. I would try sample pieces of your mat'l with a few of the recommended adhesives.
Here is the link for Old Old Frank's "Mag-board":
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Frank McNeill" <frankmcneilll@...> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have invited the owner of a company that sells a fireproof siding material called "Magboard" to visit our discussion group and consider joining.
> Magboard is both waterproof and fireproof and could be used for production of pop-pop boat hulls by anyone who uses the "bread and butter" construction method.
> Best wishes, Old Frank