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Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by waldoswhere, Nov 15, 2009.

  1. waldoswhere
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    waldoswhere Junior Member

    does any one out there have a design for something close to 52x18x9ft deep v 15 degrees dead rise flat transom full displacment with 4x8in Ibeam boxed keel am useing pumps in my design would like to get a cad draw for cutting parts...done do you have any cad drawings areaddy just need the frames on 4ft centers longatudinals 16in centers three frames for the engine room then four fish tanks forward

    wally
     
  2. apex1

    apex1 Guest

    Wally
    your posts are a pain in the as. to read. sorry

    yould you be a bit concentrated on the language and use dot and comma, at least?
     
  3. gonzo
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    gonzo Senior Member

    What are you using pumps for?
     
  4. waldoswhere
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    waldoswhere Junior Member

    it is a better way to go.less damage to the whales and more engineroom space ..have you seen the USNAVYs newest ships 400tns on jet pumps.plus station keeping one of the fastest ships on the water.....i am looking for some body to help with the cad part never played with the cad..always done it with pencil and limber stick lofting
     
  5. waldoswhere
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    waldoswhere Junior Member

    :confused:
    sorry to be a pain in your ***..how come you never answer all the quetions that are put out there:?: what!! do you own this site or something ???:?:
     
  6. apex1

    apex1 Guest

    Well Wally,

    I do´nt reply to questions I cannot understand. And you will find out, that other members are a bit shy on doing that too!
    Now, your questions are always not to understand. And reading them is a pain.
    So, what do you expect? You do´nt feel it necessary to ask a clear question, others do´nt feel it sensible to reply on that nonsense.
    So easy is colour TV, you know?

    But to do you a favour I will give you one serious answer.

    A jet drive is a mad idea on a full displacement vessel. Therefore you should go for it! It suits you well, and saves the whales.

    Richard
     
  7. wardd
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    wardd Senior Member

    i own the site
     
  8. apex1

    apex1 Guest

    Oh, right I have forgotten to reply on that! Thank you wardd! Now it is clear, I only own the "something".
     

  9. dskira

    dskira Previous Member

    Continue that way, it is the best way. A CAD will not solve your problems, it is just a tool. You are the brain, the rest is irrelevant, just tools. Slow and costly for a one off.
    As for the "pump" as a jet drive, listen to Richard.
    My two cents
    Cheers
    Daniel
     
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