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Richard Woods' Eclipse Design

We have built our first Eclipse hull and then we built a female mold using the first hull as a plug. We have a You Tube video up for those that are interested.
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Here is a short clip of the first Eclipse hull to come out of our mold. Very happy we are indeed.
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Re: Richard Woods' Eclipse Design

Very cool. Freshly moulded hulls have an appeal all their own - like popping a piece of sculpture out of the foundry core box.
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