Next time you decide to open that mouth of yours make sure you know what talking about else people will think you're talking out of your arse like you generally do.
If your aim was directed @ comedy
Allow me to explain comedy it's when you get people to laugh with you not @ you
End result of the so called pidgeon shit you accused me off like i allready said i dont bog exept for deep scratch's
Gunnel coving unlike the so called proffesional boat builders you described i fully weld i dont stitch tack off cuts into extrution
Again no need for bog
The so called pro builders would go broke doing what i do or their boats would be that expensive they would've sell any
Maybe welds like this are more to your liking
Wise man would've thought you'd be busy trying to work out a means of reserecting that huffa boat thread of yours cause you've got no way in hell of matching it with me in regards to wit or tongue & cheek
To those genuinely interested did nut out how i'm going to squeeze everything in.
Prob with this goat opposed to larger 7.3 meter one was cabin started much more forward reducing usable dash space also had to have angle of wind screen alot more upright due to fact didn't want any head banging the glass.
This created a new prob in which i'm only able to build a semi overhead consol housing radio's/stereo only.
Opted to step out steering wheel 15 cm's as well
pic of how cabin is looking roof was on bench @ time of pic being taken getting all cleaned up b4 opti started ranting on again
Save The Fish, Eat a Pussy Cat
Posted: Thu Jul 12, 2012 10:48 am Post subject: Re:
If proffesional boat builders had the talent i have they wouldn't be relying on router precut panels to slap their tubs together
Even when they get those panels all pre cut they still F up
Jay your not doing anything out of the ordinary, boat builders have been building like this for years. and like you said if we where all to build boats this way they would be much more expensive. i know of a company over in WA that still builds boats this way from one set of scale drawings for every size & configuration hull, basically the same as what you have done with this build and im sure there is a lot more.
As for internal lay out and fit out these parts can very easily be changed to customers specs its no big deal really get the hull to a stage, invite the customer down for the day and go over every aspect and build what they want, its an ally boat, no restrictions with dash layout, storage ect ect.
CNC cutting is the industry standard its cost effective, accurate and a much more efficient way to build a boat.
As for bogging, I hate it, we have never done it and and I wont allow it on any of our boats full stop.
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