Sunday, November 17, 2013

HEROES OF GLASSING

Many thanks to all motivated  Heroes!
NICI
KERRI
SANDRA (FG)
ROBERT (FO)
RENNNE
G√úNTHIIIIII
Es dankt die DEMI (hat kein schlechtes Gewissen und schickt allen Heroes ein dickes Bussi...)
Es dankt der OGH............... ( hab eh ein schlechtes Gewissen, wenn's wem hilft.....  )

20 Hours Nonstop Glassing Challenge Of Lower Port Hull

Start: Saturday, 08:00 AM
End: Sunday, 04:00 AM

Applying the "wet in wet" method, 4 layers of glass on keel and skeg, 1 layer on hull, West Microlight as fillercoat, using the fast hardener 205, 14 degr.C in the workshop. 





















Friday, November 15, 2013

Final Hull Cleaning Before Glassing Tomorrow

Outside temperature is 7 deg.C, temp. in the workshop is 14 deg.C. Epoxy resin warmed up to 20 degr. and using the fast hardener tomorrow for glassing and fairing. 




Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Depressions For Rudder Lashing In The Skeg

605 hrs
Still preparing the lower port hull surface for glassing on saturday!

JWD advises to cut 100 x 25 mm depressions, 6 mm deep into the skeg for rudder lashings before glassing. We will to this after glassing and therefore we made a test-sample from 12mm ply + 4 layers of glass and fillercoat. Then we cutted the depressions with a router and a " copydisc". The result you can see on the photos.