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Chebece 1750 by Forlani Daniel

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On 8/2/2018 at 7:38 AM, Forlani daniel said:

Hello everyone, this is the system I adopted to paste the various pieces of the coast.

    That is an ingenious little clamping system you've got there for making your frames!  And while most people using those layout forms actually try to cut notches for the frames, you just use spacer blocks.  It appears that by leaving the smooth curve of the hull form intact makes it easier to get your frames to also remain aligned in a smooth curve.  Smart! :imNotWorthy:

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Hello Daniel, I just found your build. What a superb job you are doing, I am inspired by the way you are able to use manual control on your mill to create a curve, I know that it is not easy to do. Your assembly of the frames looks like a very good way to clamp them. The exploded view of the successively smaller frames for the bow is almost like an installation sculpture. beautifully executed wood work. I shall continue to follow along.

 

Michael 

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Impressive joinery skills Daniel; very crisp clean work with great details.

 

cheers

 

Pat

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I don't know what the equivalent colloquial phrase in Italian is, but those are some crazy mad framing skills on display there!

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