> can make a world-class boat out of polycore.
> I'm just fond of a boat that has some reasonable structural
> even before the glass goes on. A resin seamed tortured polycore hull
> isn't going to hold much tension (or shape) prior to glassing.
This is a good point. I have been trying to work out systems to look
after that the KSS system is one method and the vertical panelling
system used by Farrier also makes sense. I am invisaging either an
adjustable compound curved table producing a half glassed sheet that
can then be bent into shape, or making a mould out of cheap panelling
ply over frames and infusing both sides at once. I have done the on-
line research and both methods seem plausible. The next step is playing
with the stuff and seeing how the reality translates.
> Thanks for the nidacore reference, by the way. I need to replace
> bunk shelves in my current boat, and this looks like a much better
> solution than the plywood I inherited.
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