Monday, June 01, 2009

Dagger board case: Bottom flange and trimming

This is the setup for glueing the bottom flanges to the two daggerboard case halves.

Detail of the laminate quality showing the flange for taping. Mould plate covered with packaging tape.

Finished bottom flanges. No vacuum here, just wet lay up and peel ply.

Trimming the sides using a router. I made a "plug" to fill in the case inside and routed back 12 mm from the top of this one to get the correct length of the sides.

Cut out for cheek block made, trimmed and sanded, ready for dewaxing and four layers of Copper Coat

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