View single post by cjcooper
 Posted: Tue Aug 1st, 2017 02:51 pm
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Location: Middelburg, South Africa
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A note for the previous post, when joining sections, you should look at splicing the wood getting maximum strength.

Looking at the new wood. Made a cardboard template from the outside reduced it by 5-10mm in the bottom and 5mm on the sides to acount for the rounding on the inside corner.

then its just a matter of cutting and fitting and trimming till you get a nice flat fit.

this sheet was then used to trace the other two adding 5mm to the top on one and 10mm on the other. to acount for the slight angle the floor meets the transom and ground flat.

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