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You want to make sure the wood is flush with the edge top of the rail to protect it. install my strips a bit high and then sand them with the rail for a perfect match. Tie each end of the rail and the middle with drywall screws screwed into the foam so that the rails do not slip when they are tight. I like to use gorilla glue to attach the rails to the foam, I used PLP, both work, GG is just easier. I have a bucket full of these cheap spring cargo clamps, but no longer use them as one or two breaks and the coins fly every time I use them. To replace them with a few 4 inch PVC pipes cut into 1.5 inch slices with my sawzall. They are much cheaper and more reliable. Place a few paint sticks on the outside of the hull where the pliers will land so as not to dent the foam. Now go to the stage that makes all these layers of foam in a solid boat.
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After two or three days, take out the test panel, shake it and weigh it. This should allow you to know if the seal will work in the same conditions as it will when you paddle your Sawfish Kayak. Unless you are planning an epic paddle with many hours on the water every day (in which case you should really invest in a better boat, IMO) Your test of a few days should be longer than the average paddle , W Thanks again for all the return and the entrance. This will have to be left open for now because I have not done any proofs / tests yet. The paper will be made with glue impermeable to water. I will test the strength of 1-2-3 and more layers if necessary.
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You want them to be easy to integrate, with just a little bit of friction. Sand or cut any tissue or foam that interferes. Use the thin edge of the straight blade screwdriver to cut a small groove all around the hole, about a quarter of an inch from the top skin. fill this groove with RTV, silicone sealant (outdoor grade for homes is the best), then lay a bead of RTV around the lower lip of the scallop ring. Insert the scallop ring into the platform hole, wipe off any excess of RTV, place weights on the hatches to make sure they stay completely in the hole while the RTV heals. As soon as you start planning the construction of a boat, you must also keep an eye on the equipment to use it in complete safety.
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To prevent the end of the PVC pipes from tearing the handles of the rod, I burned the ends of the pipes using an incandescent bulb as a source of heat, then I kept the pipes under the tap while taking the new shape. After the whole hull was wrapped in the cloth, I sanded the outside of the PVC pipe with 60 grit, then glued the pipes in with the glue of gorilla. I also added nylon webbing loops with the ends glued into the foam with PLp, to anchor the rod leashes, with an anchor between each set of rod holders.
Timo helped me recalibrate some of the dimensions midway through the project - and I had to cut several pieces after assembling them. The biggest obstacle came when it was time to hide the hull. The classic way is to bend solid wood strips to the frames. I had chosen the marine grade fir plywood to save time, but now I was barely able to force the 14-inch sheets off the hull. There was no way that the half-inch plywood I had predicted for the bottom would work.
You can also have tighter regulations on the equipment and lighting required. If you want to add a petrol engine, know that gasoline is eating foam, use fiberglass-encapsulated plywood with shims that do not flow to the engine or the tank . Finding a small enough engine to be safe can also be a problem, let us know what you are experiencing. My problem is that I can not find titebond in my area, so my option is to wear resin, but the epoxy resin is not available, but only the types of polystyrene born. so my idea is to wrap the foam with paper and then apply the resin composite. Would it be good?