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    Re: Plywood Canoe Concept - Birchbark Style

    I think birch plywood could work. They are usually of good quality but I would pay attention to how the layers are laid out, how many layers and in what direction they run. What works best is, I...
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    Re: Plywood Canoe Concept - Birchbark Style

    It's been a while since I posted here last time. Since that time, many beautiful Gorewood style canoes have seen the light of day. There has also been some less successful, but equally faithful...
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    Re: Plywood Canoe Concept - Birchbark Style

    It's good to see that you are developing new Gorewoods! I like the concept idea of the Fat G and that it could serve as a good sailing canoe. Do you have some section drawings showing the approximate...
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    Re: Plywood Canoe Concept - Birchbark Style

    These boats are so pure in their design and beauty itäs jawdropping. Almost one year ago I did attempt a slight modification of flo-mo's awesome drawings. I have promised flo-mo to tell my story...
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    Re: Plywood Canoe Concept - Birchbark Style

    Here we go.. Making the butt joint now. Will make scarf joint tomorrow.

    But to attach an image in this forum is proving more difficult than the canoe build itself. I'll post some other day, epoxy...
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    Re: Plywood Canoe Concept - Birchbark Style

    After many models in different materials and sizes, the biggest 240cm I feel confident and am soon starting my full scale canoe. A slightly edited version of Flo-mo's plans who deserves all credit....
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