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This might seem to be a simple question to some but can anyone tell me how to make a hull support stand for a fibreglass hull. I need to take a moulding of the hull at two stations, distance apart not critical in order to mark and cut out the two supports. I don't know what to use to determine the hull shape at these two stations.
one example there are others this allows you to copy the profile of your hull. This profile need not be a tight fit since its a good idea to have some form of padding ( draught excluder sponge strip etc. ) between the support and the hull to prevent scratching.
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Sir Terence David John "Terry" Pratchett, OBE (28 April 1948 - 12 March 2015)
This may be silly but if you push the hull into sand to get the shape of the hull, you could then lay a plastic bag or polythene in the hole made by the shape of the hull, you could then pour in some plaster Paris (not sure of the spelling !!) or a fibreglass liquid to make a mould which you could keep. I know silly idea%uD83D%uDE0A%uD83D%uDE0A Steve.