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Planking Tutorial by "Jack Nastyface"

planking tutorial beginner hull

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trippwj

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As promised, here is the tutorial by Jack Nastyface (Keith Harris) from MSW 1.0.  Enjoy, and I hope it is as useful for you as it was for Sheehan1when it was created in 2012.

 

Attached File  Planking Tutorial by Jack Nastyface.pdf   1.25MB   1168 downloads

 

 


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thanks a lot for this! :D


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Heronguy

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I've only skimmed it so far but I will give it a careful read a bit later. Thanks for posting it!

Doug
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While nicely presented, there is some confusion about the bearding line aft. This line concerns framing, not planking. Usually, unless there is a skeg, the planking continues aft all the way to the rabbet of the stern post.


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