Hi there! Sorry for my late reply. In inches the board was 0.787" thick and 7.87" wide. :-) In cm its 2 cm thick and 20 cm wide. The largest circle would have a radius of 10 cm (or around 3.93"). Thank you for your question! :-)
Hello there! Sorry for my late reply. Thank you for your insights. I will consider them in my next boat build. I have some additions to make first to this one :-)
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Fantastic! Well done and very nice instructable too! :-)
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Awesome build buddy! Turned out really nice. Well done! :-)
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Nice build and great instructable! I like your style and the little song to your router table made my day! :-) Cheers!
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That is super! Looks so cool. Well done!
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Hello - and thank you so much! That part with the anchor was a great idea!I'm already thinking on making a larger boat. If you beat me to it, please let me know! :-)Thanks big time again! :-)
Hey there! Thanks - yes, that seems to be the same we use here, but I was unable to find the right translated word (spar varnish). Now I know! :-) I have not decided yet if I want to use something clear or paint it.Thank you for your input - much appreciated! :-)
Hello and thank you for your question! I put silicone on all "end grain" and screw holes. I also treated the wood with linseed oil after the silicone was cured. I built the "boat" last summer, had it in the water a couple of times and stored outside during the winter, just to see/test how it held up. This summer, I see no wear or tear. But before putting it in the water I put on a another coat of oil a week or so before. I'm thinking on putting clear lacquer (for boats) in the near future to make this last longer. Thanks again - a very relevant question - glad you asked! :-)
Hello and thank you for your question - the circular saw is a Ryobi (RWSL180M). The cutting guide I have made myself, out of two strips of masonite board that is painted black. I wanted a bendy guide that comform to sheets of plywood and such. It still cuts straight. :-) Hope this answers your questions, otherwise please notice me again. Thanks and have a nice day! :-)
Haha. Thanks! I just love this comment! :-) I'm afraid you might be right too. :-)
Thank you so very much for your kind words! I'm honored. All the best to you and thanks again! :-)
Haha. Thank you so much buddy! :-) Appreciate it bunch! :-)
Thank you so much for your very kind words! I know exactly what you mean - and I have to say it was a very rewarding feeling to make a transportation vessel on water. I have a feeling it will not be my last project like this. Thanks again and I hope you may fulfill your dream somehow too!
Very useful jig and great instructable! Well done!
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Thank you so much! I really appreciate your support! :-) Thanks!
Thank you so much! I really appreciate it. :-)
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