shihawk Posted June 30, 2014 Share #1 Posted June 30, 2014 Im sure this topic has been discussed before but i can,t find where . I recently second planked with 0.5 mm cherry being paticular and glueing both hull and plank and thought i had managed a reasonably good job but have noticed quite a number of springy planks developing over time . Not a big problem to fix but there seem to be new ones appearing every now and then and im beginning to wonder if my bad work is entirely to blame ??. My workshop is in a roofspace which in winter is very cold (not freezing) and in summer extremely warm ,our resent hot weather has meant i need to run a fan so im wondering if the extremes of tempature especialy heat could be having an effect on my planking ,also my build often sits under a roof lite ,could the direct sunlite have a damaging effect ? Im quite happy to accept that i didn,t do as good a job on the planking as i thought but wondered if anyone else had a similiar experience with heat or sunlite?? Quote HMS Victory by Shihawk. Billing 1-75 wood finish Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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