Tagged: Sandwich Material

1689.5Hrs- Still Sneaking 0

1689.5Hrs- Still Sneaking

My diary had me down as spending a full day at the barn today. I did, but only got 2 hours work done on the boat as another (paying) job took up the bulk of the...

1664Hrs- Squeezing The Time In 0

1664Hrs- Squeezing The Time In

Once again the income generating part of the Gleda Project is demanding the greater part of my time hence the lack of update yesterday. I squeezed in a couple of hours today though and got the...

1662Hrs- Connecting The Two 0

1662Hrs- Connecting The Two

A good work session today working on the two side decks of the starboard hull connecting the large curved forward section of main cabin roof to the small aft section. I’d successfully joined glued the four...

1640Hrs – More Work On The Roof 0

1640Hrs – More Work On The Roof

Today I continued work on the second main cabin roof section and got the polystyrene sandwich material all glued into place and weighted. That’s broken the back of it now and I’ll try and get the...

1583.5Hrs- Windows On The World 3

1583.5Hrs- Windows On The World

An excellent work session today, one of those when the mood is good and things just flow. I needed to be confident as I’d decided on another of those ‘heart in the mouth’ jobs i.e. cutting...

Cabin Top Materials Sorted 1

Cabin Top Materials Sorted

After a bit more research and a review of the information I already had I decided to go with the easy option of using 25mm construction polystyrene as the sandwich material for the cabin tops. The...

Now, Where Was I ? 3

Now, Where Was I ?

Another clearing and cleaning session today and I’m now happy that I’ve got the barn looking like someone owns it again and that I can work in comfortably. Next job was to take stock of my...