I have become one with my belt sander. Using a belt sander is fast and efficient and as long as I stay focused and balanced all is well.
It’s a little chilly and the epoxy is hard to get out of the pumps, so until it warms up a bit I’ll trim of the wild strips, remove screws […]
I don’t think I appreciated plywood until this build. Solid woods, particularly hardwoods were always king and they still are. But I have warmed to the beauty of this Okoume […]
Hatch is placed and sanded(“faired”). After dry fitting the hatch I had to climb in a porthole in order to screw in the temporary side jams. It was a tight […]
In order to prep for the porthole installation there is a bunch of housekeeping I need to do. The first step is cleaning up my edges and laying down the […]
Now that the boat is upright it’s time to fair/sand the crud out of the ribs. Next time I will make more registration elements as a part of the rib […]
When I am fitting lap joints that are cut by hand I often need to sand a bumpy cut down to a flat edge. I have been using a sanding […]