- Barry, Can t wait to see the results. Are you intending to use the hull for a pop-pop? If it meets your expectations will it find its way into your catalog?Message 1 of 4 , Feb 5, 2007View Source
Can't wait to see the results. Are you intending to use the hull for a pop-pop? If it meets your expectations will it find its way into your catalog?
I've added a paper prototype of my CLERMONT hull to Photos/North river project folder. My plan is sheet copper for the two mirror image halves. The halves will be soldered at the keel flange with a brass "U" channel to finish the seam off. Boiler tube and boiler probably copper from some of the ideas supplied by our group. The rest of the details still floating around. More later...
--- In email@example.com, " Barry McClelland" <barry@...> wrote:
> Hi Pete,
> The pattern is for a plywood row boat I am hoping it will be an easy start. I will be making it out of styrene, I can start with some thin pieces and laminate more on to make the hull thicker. I have been called a wizard with styrene, I work with it a lot.
> As for patterns let me see how this one goes first. The pattern I have I had enlarged then I scanned and enlarged it a little more. I want to start out with about an 8 inch long boat. This will be easy to work with and making a mold won't break the bank.
> I will keep everyone here up on what I am doing.
> Thanks Barry