Pee wee build in Sydney

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Re: Pee wee build in Sydney

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Forget sumthing? :roll:
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Yes the bottom piece is coming :) I just don't have the plywood yet. Still deciding what to buy

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Re: Pee wee build in Sydney

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What thickness was your frames in millimeters?

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19mm I think.
So i screwed the frames to the building form, was I meant to do that?
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Another perspective:
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Looking pretty good so far chubs. I also screwed my frames to the building form. That way nothing moves.

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Actually my frames are 22mm, cam.
Thanks Hz, glad I'm on track.

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Just make certain you can access those screws for removal!

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Finally got some ply to do the stems and transom:
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Cut the pieces oversized, glued and screwed:
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Then cut to size. I found my jigsaw wasn't so accurate when cutting through 36mm of ply:
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When you have finished putting on your sides , will you have enough room to crawl under and unbolt from the form so you can flip the hull
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The stem fits nice and snugly into the breast hook. Making slow progress!
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ian bell wrote:When you have finished putting on your sides , will you have enough room to crawl under and unbolt from the form so you can flip the hull
Ian
I'll have to be careful about that!

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:D Could always do like I did on my Bo-Jest.Supported front and the 2 back corners then reach in with sawsall and saw off legs of build frame. :roll: Flip boat and remove rest of build frame.
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