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Left side spoon357 viewsUsing the kit former as a template, get the top edge flat and smooth. Using a sharpie, draw around the former. Using a x-acto, cut the extra off. OB Nut
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Right side spoon tip306 viewsSide curve cut and ready for sandingOB Nut
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Side shot422 viewsTop and sides ready for sheeting.OB Nut
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Bottom shot502 viewsSanded and ready for sheeting.OB Nut
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Frame ready, what to do?455 viewsMary needs a new boat and she does not want to give up her 24" Dumas Sprint (wood frame version). However, the boat was showing it's age. As it happened to be, there was a 24" Sprint kit collecting dust. Figured I'd start building this up for her.
OB Nut
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Foam blocks cut, set in sections.455 viewsSince I've built several frame ups and WOF's, thought I might stop here and think things thru. Sent a email to JD, wondering what he might think of using the WOF process instead of the standard frame. D'oh, ask the WOF man a question with WOF in it, what ya think his answer was? WOF all the way! So, here we go.OB Nut
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Wire cut, ready to be glued.434 viewsEach section was cut individually with a hot wire cutter. Used double sided stick tape and card board cutout to use as a pattern. This way the wire wouldn't drop down into the slots.OB Nut
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Glue time445 viewsHere the cut outs are glued in with West System expoxy. The front pieces will be cut out in a later date.OB Nut
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Mary's current 24" Sprint at speed.490 viewsPic taken at the June Fun Run 03..OB Nut
 
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