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    ๐Ÿ“ Sangsetia
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    Country: ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ Canada
    Online: 25 days ago
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    Thank you, a good idea for next time. Its a learning curve, now I know there are possible errors on plans, I will better prepare myself.
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    Country: ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง United Kingdom
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    When I have built from plans I, lets say for a bulkhead profile, always fold the paper plan in half, hold up to a light, to check the symmetry, and adjust if necessary.
    Not sure if this helps
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    I would like some advise please. I have returned to model boat building after many years. I am scratch building the Sangsetia police launch that first appeared in 1986.
    I have cut out the bulkheads and now I am in the process of finishing their outside profiles. I am using the plans to gauge size. So far so good. As I started to finish the concave/convex radiI from the sides to the keel I am finding these lower profiles differ from side to side. Naturally if I continue to use the plans as drawn as a gauge, I don't think the end result will be too pleasing.
    I am thinking a better way to address the problem would be to select the same lower profile on each bulkhead and use it as my gauge to ensure symmetry is achieved. I will then have to apply the same method of finishing when I notch each bulkhead. I hope this is making some sense. I would like to hear from anyone who has come across this same issue. Thank you in advance.



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