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Should There Be A Woodworking Anarchy?

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I suppose those of us who equate boats to woodworking are probably diminishing but wood still shows up on some boats, even if it's composites.

I was just wondering if there is a need to create a woodworking section. 

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There are a few blokes over in the Greta thread talking about wood. Or getting some...

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You could try the Wooden boat forum. Can you take some of the refugees from there back with you?

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9 minutes ago, Editor said:

If enough of you want it, i would gladly do it. 

How about free beer? 

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Seems like woodworking and wood/epoxy construction are pretty different. Which would it be? I'd be interested by a wood/epoxy thread.

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b00b anarchy ?  

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46 minutes ago, VWAP said:

b00b anarchy ?  

Here you go poppet, been going for years. 

One day you might even get to see a pair in the flesh.

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Of course a woodworking anarchy wouldn’t be complete with varnish Nazis.

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11 hours ago, LB 15 said:

Here you go my  puppet master , been going for years. 

ne day you might even get to see a pair in the flesh.

fify

Hahaha yer back can't help yerself hahahahaha 

 

Yer almost  as funny as my great grandpaw, 

 

you'll be back again and againandagainandagain hahahayckyuck haha 

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Plenty wood-related discussion in Fix-It Anarchy. Agree wood/boat fetishists will find a ready & more active community over at Wooden Boat. 

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I vote no - there will be a bunch of highly skilled fuckers making me feel inadequate - just like the Build a Strat thread.

Or the FOP thread.

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You'll have to give equal time to Fiberglass/Composite Anarchy then.

That'll water things down even more!

(The original SA forum layout.... now that was anarchy!)

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OMG! I just had a thought, what if there was a Metalworking Anarchy? We could draw Brett Swain back into the fold!!

Origami!!!!!

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4 hours ago, Mr Moab said:

Tell me more about the row boat. That is sweet!  

Custom one off build cedar strip construction.

I made the inquiry for plans but none available.

Appeals to me as there is ample room for my dad bod and  decent sized lunch hamper.

 

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I’d be able to add to the thread but it would get absorbed into a shitfight, which is why I would post in the first place.

 

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so wouldn't this thread sorta now be Woodworking Anarchy by default?

 

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6 hours ago, Mr Moab said:

Tell me more about the row boat. That is sweet!  

 

2 hours ago, Priscilla said:

Custom one off build cedar strip construction.

I made the inquiry for plans but none available.

Appeals to me as there is ample room for my dad bod and  decent sized lunch hamper.

Couple of nice rowing  skiffs in epoxy ply. 

Ian Oughtred Acorn 17

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Gartside Flashboat 

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29 minutes ago, VWAP said:

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Sail this single handed do you.

I love it and bet the slip fees and insurance are very affordable.

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1 hour ago, Shu said:

I never get tired of showing this one off.

 

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Wow, now you need to tell us more...

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13 hours ago, VWAP said:

fify

Hahaha yer back can't help yerself hahahahaha 

 

Yer almost  as funny as my great grandpaw, 

 

you'll be back again and againandagainandagain hahahayckyuck haha 

A tad early for your first meth hit of the day I would have thought.

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They sell meth to schoolchildren in Floriduh?

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1 hour ago, SloopJonB said:

They sell meth to schoolchildren in Floriduh?

No, they cook their own. Quite a good state chemistry curriculum, within certain limits.

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Except for the trailer meth. Sometimes it sticks to the plastic bathtub they make it in and you wind up with a nasty aftertaste of soap and white trash tub piss. 
 

Or you wind up like this nice lady

 

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Teak tiller for my cutter.

The pedestal helm got in the way of a nice big cockpit

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22 hours ago, Panoramix said:

Wow, now you need to tell us more...

International 14.  Wood-epoxy with some carbon for high-load areas.

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40 minutes ago, Panoramix said:

@Shu are you the builder/designer?

Yes. The photo of skins on stringers is actually of a newer version which has been on hold for a few years due to a move and getting a shop set up at the new house.

 

8 hours ago, Sail4beer said:

Teak tiller for my cutter.

The pedestal helm got in the way of a nice big cockpit

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Nice. Do you have a photo of the finished/installed tiller?

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38 minutes ago, Shu said:

Yes. The photo of skins on stringers is actually of a newer version which has been on hold for a few years due to a move and getting a shop set up at the new house.

That's so cool, how do you get about the design bit? Do you edge design it or do you just loft it? How do you make sure that the shape is developable?

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58 minutes ago, Panoramix said:

That's so cool, how do you get about the design bit? Do you edge design it or do you just loft it? How do you make sure that the shape is developable?

Pano,

I designed it in Rhino.  There's a way to design it as a solid, but I designed it using splined lines in a brute-force manner, and faired up the shape alternating between waterlines, buttocks, and sections same as one would by hand.  I used the stringer lines as a substitute for diagonals to help with the fairing.  The topsides are developable; the bottom is not and is made with two layers of short panels.  You can see the outer layer of panels in the photo of the bottom. Rather than loft it full size, I created a file of the bulkheads/frames and sent it off to a CNC shop to cut very precisely, including the lightening holes and stringer slots.  It saved a lot of time and was a better job than I could have cut by hand. I set the bulkheads/frames on their correct stations on a strongback frame and presto - a fair hull (well, after a lot of sanding).

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On second thought, I used the stringers and sections to start the fairing and used waterlines and buttocks to complete the process. A little weird, but I figured laying out fair stringers would translate better to construction.

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2 hours ago, Shu said:

Yes. The photo of skins on stringers is actually of a newer version which has been on hold for a few years due to a move and getting a shop set up at the new house.

 

Nice. Do you have a photo of the finished/installed tiller?

 

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19 hours ago, LB 15 said:

A tad early for your first meth hit of the day I would have thought.

Thast notte even funney, meth ist 24/7, no regularre bizenesse houres.                                    :)

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26 minutes ago, Sail4beer said:

 

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The swooping design goes nicely with the character of the cockpit, taff-rail and boom crutch.

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1 minute ago, Shu said:

The swooping design goes nicely with the character of the cockpit, taff-rail and boom crutch.

I thiouht it looked overte wrouht, butte thet justes me.............                   :)

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Here’s how it stores out of the way of the cockpit.

 

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It’s like Roger Daltry’s  front yard sculpture:mellow:

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3 hours ago, Sail4beer said:

 

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One of the twins said that guy got a pretty big tiller!

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I was right - a bunch of highly skilled fuckers whose mission is to make me feel inadequate. :(

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4 minutes ago, SloopJonB said:

I was right - a bunch of highly skilled fuckers whose mission is to make me feel inadequate. :(

Isn’t that what each subject area here is? 

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On 10/23/2019 at 12:36 PM, toad said:

get over to the wbf you wanna be old farts

They'd ban you for calling us Old Farts...

Great forum, but a bit sticky on the civility factor.

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Well fuck that then.

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On 10/28/2019 at 4:51 AM, Remodel said:

They'd ban you for calling us Old Farts...

Great forum, but a bit sticky on the civility factor.

You have to like Phil Bolger, wear socks with your sandals and make a pilgrimage to Port Townsend at least once in your life but if you dont want to do that then watch this guy https://www.youtube.com/user/TipsfromaShipWright

 

heres a classic 

 

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He was a bar bouncer for 30 years  before he got back into boat repair. He can do it all with a calm sweep of the 9 1/2” grinder with a circular saw blade  scarphing a thick plank for repair.

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The Marshall Sanderling with the new sole and then a nicely matched gelcoat finish before installing the recycled quarter sawn mahogany benches from a donor Ensign. 
My cutter with the new deadwoods and aperture for the partial skeg hung rudder. 

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