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Anteo 2 Print Booklet
Author: davecox3   Posts: 1   Photos: 7   Subscribers: 0   Views: 213   Responses: 5   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)
Anteo 2 - Posted: 6th May 2017
😎I have just begun building this tug from a wooden kit and will keep everyone updated as the build goes

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Response by davecox3 on the 5th Jun 2017
Hull now had two layers of planking never done it before but even if I say so it looks very good, have removed the building decks and fitted the motor and rudder servo just waiting for a reduction sprocket and timing belt , the deck is in place and all planked will publish pictures tomorrow onward and upward👍
Response by RNinMunich on the 5th Jun 2017
Looking very good 👍
I see you have the keel clamped in a vice. Good, but one at each end might have been better!? Should limit/stop any tendency of the structure to twist. Don't release it until glue on the final planks is set!
Otherwise normal practise to prevent twist is to plank upside-down (as Dave said) fixed to the building board, starting at the keel and working up on alternate sides. Looking forward to progress reports. 😎
Response by RNinMunich on the 5th Jun 2017
Hmm! Looking closer I don't see any shaping of the outboard edges of the bulkheads!? 😲
This is essential to do before planking to ensure proper seating (greater glue contact area) of the planks and maintaining the correct hull shape.
Use a medium grade sandpaper wrapped around a block of wood ca 2 x 1 and at least as long as the length along 3 adjacent bulkheads.
If I've missed some detail please ignore the ramblings of an old man, if not ....! Cheers Doug 😎