Jimbo in alumnium

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Jimbo in alumnium

Postby Skimmer » Wed Apr 05, 2017 1:20 am

Some years ago I purchased the plans for the Jimbo, life got in the way and I now would like to start the project. However having moved house a few times in between, I am sure I am missing something. I still have the plans and the building notes but I am sure that the details for the building form or jig are missing.
How do I make sure that (1) there is such a drawing or description and, (2) if so what is required to get a copy.
Thanks in advance.
Dave Ludick.

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Re: Jimbo in alumnium

Postby slug » Wed Apr 05, 2017 6:15 am

Dave; Usually the building form is on a sheet of the plans.

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Re: Jimbo in alumnium

Postby sproggy » Wed Apr 05, 2017 6:21 am

You should find that the drawings are numbered as part of a set - i.e. "1 of 6", "2 of 6" etc. So in this case you know you should have 6 plan sheets. In my case the build form is on sheet 6 of 6 but this may vary from boat to boat. But you should be able to tell whether you have one missing.

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Re: Jimbo in alumnium

Postby Roberta » Wed Apr 05, 2017 7:07 am

Also you can check with Gayle at Glen L. She will be able to tell you what might be missing and how to get replacements.

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