Good or bad idéa?

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  1. nukisen
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    I am planning to make a building description for my little sailing canoe.
    Also I am uploading it to my homepage so anyone who wants will be able to build it in the same way I hope to build it.
    Please be patient with the grammer as I havn´t translated it to english so I do use google translate. This far you will be able to read it roughly.

    So what do you think about the idéa?

    http://translate.google.com/transla....mammamita.se/?page_id=590&sl=sv&tl=en&swap=1
     
  2. gonzo
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    It looks like a heavy, complicated and weak structure. The drawings are difficult to read. I am sure you are using a CAD program that makes pretty drawings in perspective, etc. Stick to the basic three views and detailed views of construction details.
     
  3. nukisen
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    Thanks Gonzo!
    I will keep this in mind.
    As these thre transverse bulkheads Is flat. My thought it would be easier to just tell the thicknes of them and the shape would be told as coordinates.

    As I am in the beginning stage of this I do appreciate your thoughts!
    Maybe the linesplane would make a better overview also.

    About the complicated thing I don´t think this will be very complicated to build.

    Maybe it will show better when uploaded som more pictures. As it is today the webhotel does have trouble. Actually I haven´t recieved any mails either. Only gets a message telling that the inbox is not available.
    Hope they will fix the issue soon.
     
  4. nukisen
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    Ahh also it is able to klick at the pictures so they will be more readable. As they will be bigger.
     
  5. Submarine Tom

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    Good idea.
     
  6. nukisen
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    Yes I hope so Tom.
    I am doing this for fun and hope there will be a handful more people also getting fun.
     
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    What kind of outriggers (if any do you plan?
     
  8. nukisen
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    Nope I am not planning any! :)
    We don´t have any gators! ;)
    Feel free to add some if you want. As I have drawed the boat I am also allowed to upload it. though I do prefer freeship 2.6 for this one.

    Maybe we should call this one "open boat" instead of open source.

    Would be fun to see how it can become!

    Janne
     

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    We had pythons until the freeze. I hope the freeze got them all. We are talking about animals with humans on their diets. When they strike they break bones, especially if they hit you in the face.
     
  10. nukisen
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    hehe
    Then please add outriggers before you use a boat like this. haha!
     
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    Do you have a pet like this one? :)
     
  13. hoytedow
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    No! It would eat my dog! I knew a guy once who had one, though and when a friend came over the two got into an argument. The snake sensed the hostility and struck the visitor in the face, leaving a pattern of teethmarks over the man's broken cheekbone.
     
  14. nukisen
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    I have started the explaination about make the details.
    But I think I do have a long long way to go. Before anyone will be able to build this one.
     

  15. nukisen
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    Hoyt!
    Maybe I should also construkt a machine gun at the seat for protection skills.
    hehe
    Here in our wood we do only have small bears, wolfs and moose. Sometimes it happens someone gets hurt. But not very often.

    We do also have a poison snake with a poison looks like a 5 times a bee sting. So this place is very safe.

    As I told you the most dangerous thing with our waters is maybe you get wet and cold.
     
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