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Old 20-05-2016, 21:15   #31
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Re: New Trimaran build

Update on the daggerboard build
Daggerboard 05

Update on the beam mould
Beam Mould

Start on the rigging parts
Rigging 01
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Old 26-05-2016, 12:41   #32
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Posted a new video on my Youtube channel:
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Old 26-05-2016, 17:37   #33
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Re: New Trimaran build

It looks like you have a tent over the boat now. Is that right?
Nice work!
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Old 27-05-2016, 00:43   #34
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It looks like you have a tent over the boat now. Is that right?
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Nope I dont have a tent anymore
I tried it twice before I ended up just covering it with a tarp when I dont work on it lol
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Old 09-06-2016, 07:35   #35
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Re: New Trimaran build

Few new video's on my youtube channel:

Fabrication of the transom:




My way to fillet and why I use a full face mask:

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Old 09-06-2016, 09:06   #36
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Re: New Trimaran build

New parts have arrived

Actually, I drove 450 km to go get them


But they are well worth it:

The Alloy frames (6082-T6) that will become part of the bulkheads that support the beams/floats.

I ordered them @ Waterflex in the Netherlands.

Great customer service and very friendly people.

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Old 20-06-2016, 00:03   #37
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Video Update:
Aft Interior work
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Old 03-07-2016, 09:03   #38
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Re: New Trimaran build

To kick off Season 2 for my Trimaran build I made a new Intro Video.
U can check my Ugly Mug here:

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Old 11-07-2016, 04:40   #39
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Re: New Trimaran build

New video on my Youtube channel.

A timelapse of the work on the daggerboard
I hope U enjoy it. If U do please give it a tumbs up

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Old 17-07-2016, 11:38   #40
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New video on my Youtube channel.

A timelapse of the work on Aft interior
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Old 25-07-2016, 07:14   #41
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New video on my Youtube channel: Installing the first bulkhead

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Re: New Trimaran build

Um, are the inside chines taped already ? Why use triaxial ? Bi axial across the join is all you need, the other layer laying parallel to the join does nothing but use resin and add weight.


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Old 26-07-2016, 06:15   #43
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Um, are the inside chines taped already ? Why use triaxial ? Bi axial across the join is all you need, the other layer laying parallel to the join does nothing but use resin and add weight.


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Your right.
And I am using Bi-axial.
I got Uni, Bi and Tri in house.
Kinda mistakingly thought the tape was Tri when it is Bi
( I actually bought it because I wanted Bi so... )
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Re: New Trimaran build

Just to clarify, I made a mistake too, I should have said double bias, that is; two layers at 45 degrees that both lay at 45 to the cove. Bi Axial is 0-90 which means like the triaxial one layer is parallel to the cove which is useless.
From the video It's not clear if you have taped the chines yet or not. It's my opinion that you should put in all the fore-aft taping before you install bulkheads. And buy yourself some peel ply, it makes a much neater job and keeps your work clean until such time as you need access, then it can be removed for further work.
Love the boat.
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Just to clarify, I made a mistake too, I should have said double bias, that is; two layers at 45 degrees that both lay at 45 to the cove. Bi Axial is 0-90 which means like the triaxial one layer is parallel to the cove which is useless.
From the video It's not clear if you have taped the chines yet or not. It's my opinion that you should put in all the fore-aft taping before you install bulkheads. And buy yourself some peel ply, it makes a much neater job and keeps your work clean until such time as you need access, then it can be removed for further work.
Love the boat.
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Yeah fiberglass is a frack with names
Double Bias is called Bi-Axial 45 where I bought it
(What it's called all depends where U live it seems)

I have Peel ply, and I use it on every part of the boat that will need fairing.
I plan however to insulate the complete inside (where I live it can be between -15c and +35c and where I plan to go it can get hotter) so a perfect finish inside isnt really neccessary where there's limited access or where the insulation will be applied
(Most video's I watched on boat restauration show a rather rough hull inside fiberglass surface)

I do however use Acetone to wipe down everytime I use epoxy.

Thanks for the comments and heads up
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