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Yes, I'm quite sure! It's not a complex shape so I think is not going to be any problem!
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Ηallo everyone
Today I demolded the master of the lower half of the hull. I'm quite pleased with the resalt! Now it's going to be trimed, cleaned up and polished and start waxing again!


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I must say I was quite sure that demolding would not work because of Your way choosing the parting line - I´m glad that I was wrong - congratulations !

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Thank you very much indeed Otto
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Very nice work!
How have you made the structure/ surface in front of the tower and front sonar housing?

Greetz, Klaus

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Thank you Klaus! The surfase infront of the tower and sonar housing was made with a drill bit very carefully not to go through the glass cloth(you can also use a dremel tool) and then it was brushed with three coats of two pack filler to smooth it up. That gives you that "buttered" effect!

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