I have now sanded all of the filler filled joins except for some unfilled holes here and there, and attempted to sand the join down the middle of the keel. This was a little harder to do because most of the fill was
I started sanding the filled hull joins today. I found the going slow and hard with the orbital sander. I had applied way too much filler and only had to remove it all again. In the end I used a 80 grit sanding disk on
I have now finished filling all of the hull join gaps so all that is left to do before sanding it all smooth is to fill all of the screw holes. I am getting some super large syringes and will give them a try tomorrow.
I have completely filled all the hull joins including removing all the tabs and filling the gaps left under them. I did this work yesterday (4 hours until the heat got to me) and today I have started on the gap in the
I really admire builders in the northern states of Australia that can build a boat in the heat and humidity that they must face. It has been a warm summer here in Gosford NSW and I am finding I can only stand about 4
February will be a shortened month as I have to go on a business trip for most of it. I am hoping to have the port hull ready for glassing with all hull joins and screw holes filled and