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We use different panel assembly methods for our stitch and glue and composite boats: from the simple sharpie to the basket mold for larger hulls. You can use ...
The sides are wrapped around a mold or, as in this case, a mid-frame
For short production runs of small boats, our basket mold system is ideal: No fasteners Fast assembly Low cost
Building the traditional way on a jig is also possible and made much easier: no lofting and all panel dimensions are given on the plans. No need to ...
This method is derived from the traditional building on a jig method but uses precisely cut notches shown on our plans. Molds (=frames) and stringers interlock and automatically ...
Using the deck as the base for frames and stringers. The frames are used as molds and cut later to frame dimensions. Using the cockpit sole as the ...
A simple frame is used as a basket mold. Bottom panel goes in first. (picture 1) A Vagabond+ hull taking shape (picture 2) A Serpentaire hull with very ...
If you have questions or want to learn more about our building methods please use our message board and we will respond within a few hours. Or explore ...
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