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What's that about wood?

This is an amazing vid of ALL the processes used to build in wood. BUT with high tech materials. ribs, strips, cold molding, glass, and coating..traditional but notice almost everything is laminated. Amazing.
this is the slow long vid.


this is the time lapse vid

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Re: What's that about wood?

Great vid Denise, thanks. 8000 hours of work reduced to 12 minutes.

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Re: What's that about wood?

I really loved the troweling on of the epoxy final coat. I'm sure it wasn't polyester resin. That hull must be bullet proof!

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I really loved the troweling on of the epoxy final coat. I'm sure it wasn't polyester resin. That hull must be bullet proof!
Yeah - GALLONS of epoxy fairing filler - even Bondo would have cost a lot in those quantities.

The whole time I watched that vid I could hear Cha-ching, Cha-ching, Cha-ching in the background.

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gotta be a Million dollar boat!

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The average car dealership would charge you a million dollars just for 8000 hours labour!

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Re: What's that about wood?

Watched time lapsed. Cool, but no tour of final product? That was a long tease.


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the end of the long vid shows it sailing.

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Re: What's that about wood?

The craftsmanship of those boats is just amazing.

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