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  1. kirbyrutt

    DC Designs

    So as the uk season is drawing to a close is there any new builds going to happen out there this year. my IC is still in the garage un finshed so I must get on with it this winter along with the other work in the house
  2. kirbyrutt

    DC Designs

    Hi Peeps After blowing the dust off the winter project (to many home improvements being done) I have lost some where in my head if the new "V" seats that have been built over the last year have any strengthening on the lower face f the seat at its outer edge and if so what sort of size has been used and I presume it to be hardwood Adrian
  3. kirbyrutt

    DC Designs

    Hey Jethrow see you got a new sponsor in the council get it while you can.... New there was another use for them dam bins http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_LWMLvDM0AGs/Sb2n...-h/P3160001.JPG
  4. kirbyrutt

    DC Designs

    Hi Ian I stand corrected on the mention of the wrong S.C. in the earlier thread still all going well here space frame now in place on the top face. Have to clear some space in the garage to get the boat in then off with the decks and the iron work AdrianM
  5. kirbyrutt

    DC Designs

    Are you getting an Asbo? Or your own design? Looks great fun, can't wait to see a few of these sailing in the UK building a seat to the SteveC design, at the moment I have a Nethercott which I am rebuilding on a shoe string as not to sure how work will be after the end of the month Cool, I just finished my Steve Clarke seat, and will be starting on the carriage this weekend. I didn't buy any tape, we just picked off the rolls of bi and uni carbon we have for building the rest of the boat. Before I cut the carbon, I give it a very light spray with 3M craft glue which reduces edge fraying considerably and appears to have no adverse effects to the two resins we've used so far (AMPREG 21 and Boat Cote). Have you got all your pieces cut up yet? Geoff H does an excellent job with this, and though he's in Australia with our dollar being where it is it might pay to see what his pre fab stuff will be landed in the UK. Good luck Yes all the parts cut out and ready to go think it would be the Carbon needed on the exchange rate but then thats the price you pay for the technoligy keep up the good work on your builds
  6. kirbyrutt

    DC Designs

    Are you getting an Asbo? Or your own design? Looks great fun, can't wait to see a few of these sailing in the UK building a seat to the SteveC design, at the moment I have a Nethercott which I am rebuilding on a shoe string as not to sure how work will be after the end of the month
  7. kirbyrutt

    DC Designs

    So now its time to buy some Carbon ….. would it be wiser to buy the tape required or just take from the cloth that I buy and forget the tape ??
  8. kirbyrutt

    DC Designs

    Hi Dave try sending a pm to wee mcp and he should be able to assist i think but yes agree on the temptation at hand also check out the new style UK site as there is an artical in the news letter
  9. kirbyrutt

    DC Designs

    Had a quote here in the uk to have the seat cut by CNC Laser and it was very close to £300 GBP and I would have to supply the ply on top of the price + VAT so looking for someone i the Trade now AdrianM IC166