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Thread: The new project a wooden yachts, Lion 800

  1. #71
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    Default Re: The new project a wooden yachts, Lion 800

    The hull of the yacht has been glued with fiberglass, 2 layers of fabric with a density of 300 g.м2, after laying the first layer was a week and the resin completely polymerized, so before laying the second layer the surface was sanded with a grinding machine.
    All the work on the pasting of the shell took 4 working days.
    Consumption of materials, epoxy resin 45 kg, fiberglass 40 kg.


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    Default Re: The new project a wooden yachts, Lion 800

    Meanwhile, the construction of the Lion 870 continues, the hull of the yacht is covered with two layers of fiberglass, began to level the hull of the yacht with putty.

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    Default Re: The new project a wooden yachts, Lion 800

    The surface of the hull Lion 870 is completely leveled with putty.
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    Default Re: The new project a wooden yachts, Lion 800

    Is that an epoxy putty? Pre blendid or self mixed? I often struggle to get it right, but not yet purchased any ready mixed fairing compond.

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    Default Re: The new project a wooden yachts, Lion 800

    We use a two-component epoxy putty, the components are mixed immediately before application to the hull of the yacht.

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