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    Issue 284 & Merry Christmas

    Season's Greetings and Merry Christmas to all.
    I just sat down to read the latest issue of WoodenBoat only to discover that pages 17-32 are bound in upside down (and therefore in reverse order) in...
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    Re: Another Aroah (Whio) being built

    It's "Off Center Harbor" and the boat they are building is called AROHA.
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    Re: Plans for wood cradle?

    Check out Maynard Bray's (terrific) article "Trailers, Cradles, Planks & Rollers" in WoodenBoat #69, March\April 1986. It answered all my questions and I expect it will answer yours as well.
  4. Thread: I may cry

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    Re: I may cry

    Hi Russell,
    I'm the guy who bought 4 pieces of your lumber. I recently moved on to spars (since my ballast keel casting has been much delayed by COVID 19) and thought I'd share some pics.
    The...
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    Re: Half Finished Haven 12 1/2 - Questions

    If you didn't get a set of plans with the hull, I'd suggest getting a set to help you check the hull shape as well as guide you through the rest of the build. And while you 're at it, get a copy of...
  6. Re: Lofting question - offset from outside of plank

    George,
    A couple more things:
    I've assumed that since you are concerned about deducting frame and plank thickness to derive the shapes of your molds that you have lofted the boat, full size and...
  7. Re: Lofting question - offset from outside of plank

    George,
    Here's a picture of my bevel lifter. I found having a weighted base helps.18852
  8. Re: Lofting question - offset from outside of plank

    You are on the right track in principle to allow for the varying thickness in the frame plus planking dimension. I think you will be happy to learn that there is a tool just for this purpose and...
  9. Re: Question on mould stations for Joel white flatfish

    The Flatfish is designed to be built in the "Herreshoff Style" - upside down, with a mold at each station for every pair of frames. Since you need to loft the boat anyway, it is a simple matter to...
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