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Discussion in 'Boatbuilding' started by Doug Lord, Dec 11, 2009.

  1. boat fan
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    boat fan Senior Member

    Yep , worth trying doug.
     
  2. TeddyDiver
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    TeddyDiver Gollywobbler

    You can glue flathead screws with epoxy to ply.. release with heat (DC source?) and scrape the rest of the epoxy while it's still warm..
     
  3. wardd
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    wardd Senior Member

    how bout that glue that they use to temp used to seal junk mail, that peels off in a strip?

    or try rubber cement
     
  4. mark775

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    You don't need the small recesses. Plastic is fine but not necessary. I think that you would be happiest with ItchyandScratchy's idea of panelpins (why wouldn't this automatically come to mind?). My vote is to not use epoxy as it is much harder than the ply and will be a bugger to get off. Ask for Joubert ply from Boulter. It has a fungicidal glue and won't easily promote rot. If you use hot glue, get the strongest, 3M, you can get. Splash a little denatured alcohol to remove. Really, try this - you will be amazed at how something that sticks that well can be removed that easily.
     
  5. Doug Lord
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    Doug Lord Flight Ready

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    Boulter doesn't list Joubert-any other sources you can think of? edit: found several sources-its interesting that at least two companies claim to be the "exclusive supplier of Joubert plywood" in the US...
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    Thanks for the ideas guys-I'll test several of them....
     
  6. lwolstenholme
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    Joubert Suppliers

    Here is a fairly comprehensive list of Joubert marine plywood distributors in the US (From WoodenBoat advert):

    >Almquist Lumber, CA 707-825-8880
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    > Atlantic Plywood, MA, NY, ME, CT 800-937-6700
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    > Condon Lumber, NY 914-946-4111
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    > Connecticut Plywood, 860-953-0060
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    > Cross Cut Hardwoods, OR 503-224-9663
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    > Chesapeake Light Craft, MD - 410-267-0137
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    > E-boat - FL, 772-770-1225
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    > Edensaw Woods, WA 360-385-7878
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    > Forest Plywood, CA 800-660-9369
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    > Frost Hardwood, CA 858-455-9060
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    > Homestead Hardwoods, OH 419-684-9582
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    > Houston Hardwoods, TX 800-606-6176
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    > LL Johnson Lumber, MI 800-292-5937
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    > MacBeath Hardwoods, CA 510-843-4390
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    > MacBeath Hardwoods, UT 800-225-3743
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    > McEwen Lumber, NC 800-662-7468
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    > Plywood & Door, IL 866-738-7224
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    > Riverside Lumber, LA, 800-669-6624
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    > Roberts Plywood, NY 631-586-7700
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    > Russell Plywood, DE 800-787-7355
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    > Seafarer Marine, FL 954-763-4263
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    > West Wind Hardwoods, BC 800-667-2275
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    > Whittelsey Wood, FL 305-621-4242
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  7. Doug Lord
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    Doug Lord Flight Ready

    Thanks for the list!
     
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