Sorry , it should have read 10% for the hulls.--- In
email@example.com, "Robert" <cateran1949@y...> wrote:
> Not a great deal of difference.$83 for a 1200x2400x10mm sheet with
> the top quality scrim suitable for vacuum bagging. Slightly cheaper
> than Kiri at 1.20 a lineal m 40mm wide of the order of 25 - 30% for
> core, based on the web available prices I could find. You need
> glass, probably a little extra resin for the scrim, compared with
> much the timber soaks up, but less bogging and glueing. By the time
> you include all the resin and glass the total savings are probably
> about 10$ for the hulls. Maybe a little more by the time you
> fairing and sanding.
> Jim Baltaxe would love to be able to start building, and there are
> few NZers already involved, Rob and Bain for a start.
> It gets me that the price of NZ grown timber seems to be cheaper in
> Australia. Don't know if the reciprocal works for Kiri.
> Seems to me you're getting serious about building. May be worth
> checking out the KSSboat yahoo group as a start for tips on using
> synthetic cores.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, David Howie <dana-
> > When I get it sorted I'll send it to Rob, I wasn't going to show
> here as I
> > didn't think anybody would be interested (unless they were
> to come to
> > NZ and build a Harry). Certainly there exists a strong argument
> > the mast(s) made,
> > My 10% increment was a result of asking Rob directly,
> if I do it
> > your way and convert currencies the results are nearly identical.
> > How much price difference does the polycore make to the total
> > ------ Original Message ------
> > Received: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 06:07:22 PM MST
> > From: "Robert" <cateran1949@y...>
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: [harryproa] Re: Materials list
> > For the 9mww Harry I took the harrrigami list and multiplied it
> > 1.1*3=~1.32 as the weight goes up with the cube of the length.
> > polycore instead of strip plank, I came to <A$20000 for the boat
> > without sails and easy on the bog, sandpaper and paint. I don't
> > if Bain has a thorough material list. I reckon I'll get the masts
> > made as the factory seems to getting it down to a fine art.
> > regards,
> > Robert
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "oceanplodder2003" <dana-
> > tenacity@u...> wrote:
> > >
> > > Rob
> > >
> > > I took the h'gami list given here and put it on a spreadsheet,
> > > added quotes where I could for the same item in NZ$, the really
> > small
> > > stuff or where I couldn't get a price (read carbon tow) I took
> > > figure added 10% for Harry then converted to NZ$ again.
> > > I ended with a guesstimate for Harry materials of $20,000NZ,
> > > note there is no figure for windows and hatches and a few other
> > > things, and where do you get a cleat for $2.00?
> > > Anyway I was hoping if I tidy it up and made it legible you
> > > mind having a look and giving me an opinion. No rush as I'm
> > not
> > > planning anything before Late April/early May.
> > >
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