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    Today was the day to put all the vents in place, when I made the cut of the deck the stain in the hatchs no longer exists.


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    Rudder and rudder hardware.




    Last edited by Jorge Lopes; 12-18-2020 at 02:36 PM.

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    Default Re: Design Levi Dart 38

    Small details.


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    Default Re: Design Levi Dart 38

    just stumbled on to this

    fascinating
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    Trim tab, the buttons on the steering wheel are for this.

    Dart 38 0102.jpg

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    Working in the propeller shaft support brackets.


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    Propeller shaft support brackets completed.




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    The frame party will start.
    Reduce the model I’ve made and start making the frames.

    Dart 38 0125.jpg

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    I've been busy, the drawing now goes a little slower.
    Study the position of the frames and fuel tank supports, as well as the ballast.


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    Frames fuel tank and ballast deposit.

    Dart 38 0127.jpg

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    Default Re: Design Levi Dart 38

    What a remarkable thread! Awesome drawing / engineering skills. What program are you using?

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    It looks like Rhino,a very good piece of software and I recognise the amount of work that has been done.

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    Default Re: Design Levi Dart 38

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorge Lopes View Post
    Propeller shaft support brackets completed.



    Did those pads really stick out from the hull like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnw View Post
    Did those pads really stick out from the hull like that?

    They look strange, yes, they come out of the hull like that.

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    Default Re: Design Levi Dart 38

    The fuel cap and the location where it will stay. The hull you see is the inner hull.
    The wider white frames are reinforcement, the cyan are the normal ones and the green lines are the deposit and ballast tank frames.

    Dart 38 0131.jpg
    Last edited by Jorge Lopes; 02-18-2021 at 07:58 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnw View Post
    Did those pads really stick out from the hull like that?
    why not? this section of the hull was well out of the water flow when on plane. . .
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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