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Scratch Building A Hull

Scratch Building A Hull

John F Gray shows how you don't always have to use a kit.

tony higgins30/07/2009 22:04:47
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as a beginner,was interested in John F Gray''s description of scratch build. Is there a follow up from part 1 on his article.  regards, iggy
Leslie Richmond10/07/2010 01:51:00
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I am in the same situation  A follow up as to the wooden sheething./hull planking. How do you gauge as to the correct distance between frames. What criteria would one use?
 
regards
 
Les Richmond
 
Bob Abell10/07/2010 08:14:24
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Hello Tony and Les
 
This is my method of building ..............."Plank on Frame"
 
 
Have a look and ask as many questions as you like
 
 
Bob
James Alex. Pottinger12/12/2015 16:02:49
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Could that be to my model plan John. Have not heard from you since FC Sturrock , all best Jim

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