Well… I cut the wood for my CLC Eastport Nesting Pram
Now they all need to be “rabbet”ed with a router which hopefully I’ll get done this weekend far away from the poor neighbors… it’s going to be REAL loud!
And I’ve started gluing the bulkheads, transom and bow. First I started using some ready epoxy putty but it was way to thick and difficult to use on large surfaces. I eventually sourced some resin for under 100 euro a gallon(!!!) and mixed with cabosil filler the process went along alot easier.
And since I did such a wonderful (NOT) job cutting my wood, it took me 3 hours with a rasp to even everything out. A rasp is an awesome tool!
ps… dust control has become a major issue back home!
pss… I still need to source some solid wood for the quarter knees, outwales etc. Plus I need would flour (as an epoxy filler) which nobody has ever heard of around these parts of the woods…pun intended!