Tagged: Epoxy Filleting

3881Hrs – Filleting & Filling 0

3881Hrs – Filleting & Filling

I really knuckled down today, the sooner I get this cabin finished the better. My sloppy epoxy work has undoubtably given me more to do at this stage but it is what it is. I’m using...

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3720Hrs – Another Push Day

Two days of paid work coming up so today I pushed on as much as I could again. It was mainly painting work, another coat of primer and one of undercoat in the fore cabin. A...

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3700Hrs – Fore Cabin Filleting

Nearly there. Another decent session today and I now just have the area under the aft beam trough to do. It’ll be good to get this job sewn up so that I can sand, clean up...

3694Hrs – F…..ing Day 0

3694Hrs – F…..ing Day

Yes I finally got round to it and had a filleting day today. What can I tell you? I mixed epoxy, I applied epoxy and repeat ….. Actually I cut and fitted four internal beam trough...

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3679Hrs – Drains, Tiles, Vents & More

A real mixed bag of jobs done today; Fitted two rainwater collection drains to the deck pod roof. Applied a coat of primer to the deck pod roof. Fitted tiled splash back to toilet compartment wash...

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3649Hrs – More F In Fillets

Today I swapped sides and started work on the port side forward cabin. There’s a little less to think about in this area because it’s basically just a single berth. I’ve not worked in this part...

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3630Hrs – On The Right Heading

I bit the bullet this morning and dived right into the remaining glassing and filleting in the toilet compartment. After a couple of hours of knee crushing, neck twisting, elbow bashing contortions I had it done....

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3617Hrs – F In Fillets

I suspect any Wharram builder will tell you the same, epoxy filleting is a pain in the ass. There must be miles of them in a Tiki 38 and despite having completed many of them I...

3303Hrs – Localised Warmth 0

3303Hrs – Localised Warmth

Picking up on my recent theme of ‘any progress is better than no progress’ I ignored the near freezing temperatures for a few hours today and made a bit more progress with the port engine box....

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3190Hrs – It’s A Long Slow Process

Yet another grey, wet and cold day as I continued work on the aft platform and the stern ramp. These relatively simple constructions still take huge amounts of time to complete as they have to be...