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Building a KARA Hummer Layout Duck Boat #6: Applying the Plywood Hull Panels

05-19-2015 08:37 PM by DustyMark | 4 comments »

Fiberglass Experiment I applied a layer of fiberglass cloth to the plywood hull panels before work, betting they would be “green” cured in the afternoon upon my return. Using Raka 127 Resin and Raka 350 hardener at 72 degrees and 48% humidity the fiberglass was set perfectly in about 8 hours. It was bonded, yet flexible enough to not restrict the plywood from curving around the hull ribs. The epoxy is wet into the fiberglass cloth with a foam roller. I never pay...

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Building a KARA Hummer Layout Duck Boat #3: Planing the Gunnels

05-12-2015 10:03 PM by DustyMark | 2 comments »

Tools for the Job Planing the gunnels requires a sharp hand plane, a straight edge and a flexible stick. I use a 10” smoothing plane for this task since it is easier to handle than a longer plane and much of the work is on a curve. On larger boats, I’ve used a hand-held power planer to good effect. I started with that and it seemed like overkill for 3/4” gunnels. Rib Transitions The angle that the plywood skin will land on the gunnel changes throughout the length...

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Cedar Deck

01-30-2013 04:56 AM by Marty5965 | 5 comments »

Last spring I decided to replace the pressure-treated deck on the back of our house. It was only 7 years old but had not faired well in the Ohio weather. The rails had warped badly and the deck boards were cupping in too many places to warrant a selective repair. This picture is actually of the biggest spider web I have ever seen, but it is the only before picture I have. After the ubiquitous weeks of planning (and much discussion over copious cold ones) I recruited one of my riding bud...

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hardwood mill in Bolivia

06-06-2012 08:03 PM by marcosvillamontes | 6 comments »

certified (numbered) trees to be logged. logs ready to be cut more ipe wood logs ready to be cut 1.50 diameter bandsaw for cutting the logs cutting the correct width preparing for the kiln dry

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LJ Gateways #2: Gateways to Projects

01-18-2011 02:21 PM by MsDebbieP | 15 comments »

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Carpintaria/Carpentry #1: Deck

12-29-2010 06:38 PM by WilliamWood | 1 comment »

Planning a Deck. Handling with diffulties to find in Brasil the hardware I have seen in America´s project books.

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Autumn leaves. Winterizing and covering the pool. #1: Autumn leaves when Autumn comes. Deck covering the pool

10-04-2010 07:12 AM by fernandoindia | 1 comment »

When summer is over, one expects the autumn leaves of red and gold start drifting all over the pool. Nice show to be seen on your´s neighbor pool. Sooner or later, it will happen in yours´, unless….... .... yes, unless you cover your pool. Since autumn started in Northern hemisphere, I imagine that someone may be interested in covering the pool, as I was last April. I made some research, namely surfing the web, and found the exercise of covering the pool can be done either t...

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Deck and Gazebo

06-18-2010 11:31 PM by john | 16 comments »

Over the next 2 or 3 months whenever i am not building birdhouses i will be designing and building a new deck and gazebo for my son Jamie,s back yard . The main framing of the deck will be done with P.T wood and then wrapped with cedar . The pool is 24 ft in diameter and will have a 6 ft wide wrap around deck with a 16 ft gazebo on the end .It will also serve as the entrance to the pool . The overall size will be 36 ft wide x 52 ft long .I will post progress pictures as we go :-)

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backyard deck #2: a few railings attached

06-05-2010 06:36 PM by dmoney | 3 comments »

I decided to wrap the 4×4 posts with 1×6s above the deck. It looks cool and makes the posts and railing super rigid. This gives it no room to move in any direction. I notched out for the railing and the horizontal spindles as you can probably see in the pics. Ran out of Titebond II so I quit for the day. Need to buy some to make some more railings.

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backyard deck #1: floor done---working on railings

05-30-2010 10:01 PM by dmoney | 9 comments »

Building a deck for my backyard. It had one on when we bought the place but it was very old and wobbly so we ripped it down. Fast forward 2 years and now we are putting up a new one. Decided to go with green treated wood primarily due to the cost and easy availability. I also had been making adirondack chairs and found out all of the cool colors they make stain in now! the deck is 13’x12’ this was also my first attempt at making stairs, only ruined one extra 2×12 :)...

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