20ft Nemesis Cat

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Alexander Peter Bromley, Feb 24, 2021.

  1. Alexander Peter Bromley
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    Some more progress updates. Mould is off the plug and busy with lay-up.
     

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  2. Mr Efficiency
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    work, work, work !
     
  3. Alexander Peter Bromley
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    Haha!
     

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  4. Mr Efficiency
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    Looking forward to seeing the finished product in action !
     
  5. Alexander Peter Bromley
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    Gelcoat.
     

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  6. S V
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    APB, are you preparing also the molds for the "top" of the boat? What is your idea for the other parts of the ship, not the hull?
    How they will be made?
     
  7. Alexander Peter Bromley
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    Everything, plug to mould to product, except pipework this will be outsourced.
     
  8. S V
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    APB, my English let me down this time... The question was more about the technology process you are planning to make the top parts. The same as a hull?
    Do you have the molds for deck already?
     

  9. Alexander Peter Bromley
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    It will be the same process as the hull, 3D model to cnc.

    We are busy with structure and deck this week.
     
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