|Subject: RE: [harryproa] Re: harryproa ww hul infision photos|
|Date: 9/27/2007, 6:42 PM|
ps.com.au [mailto:harryproa@ yahoogroups. com.au] On Behalf Of Todd
Sent: Friday, 28 September 2007 3:48 AM
Subject: [harryproa] Re: harryproa ww hul infision photos
I don't get it. Are you laying up the panels then basically just
bending them to the form? What maintains the shape of the hull after
bladder is deflated? Is the bottom half below water line not resin
infused and bagged or hand layed after form is achieved to maintain
shape? What thickness of foam are you using . What desnsity is it
somthing comparable to h80 h100. Could the half hull form be bent
during the infusion process instead? Or does this just complicate
the process. Whats the weight of the ww hull when finished?
&THE GUY NEXT DOOR...
--- In harryproa@yahoogrou
ps.com.au, "Rob Denney" <harryproa@. ..>
> Apologies for cross posting.
> I have added a couple more photos to the Solitarry ww hull
> photos page at
groups.yahoo. com/group/ harryproa/ photos/browse/ 598e
> They show work done after the workshop on the deck panels.
Infusing in this
> way is not recommended as the set up time is far too long. Better
> full panels, then cut out the required pieces.
> Any questions, please ask.