Mock-up primer

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Otter
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Mock-up primer

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I'm going to be starting soon to mock-up the interior components of my boat (I am deviating substantially with the design..Ski-Bass). Do any of you have some pointers (do's/don'ts) to offer? In particular, I have some concerns about mainitining dimensional and angular accuracy if I am using cardboard to mock up decks, seating, etc. I am starting off at square one, so please feel free to state the obvious! (May not be obvious to me/others)
Thanks,
Chris
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hoodman
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Re: Mock-up primer

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Cardboard works great, along with staples and hot glue. It will get you close enough to start making the real things anyway.
Matt

Building a Geronimo......!
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