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Old 19 August 2012, 07:13   #1
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Great video; the floating docks and laser cutters are amazing.
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Great video; the floating docks and laser cutters are amazing.
I spent a few months in Daewoo (Okpo) shipyard last year, and the speed they can knock a ship together is impressive.

They start by building transverse sections (blocks) on the dock side, and then when they are ready, lift them into the water, float/lift them into sequence in the floating dock, and weld them together.

The time taken to assemble the blocks to a finished 300Meter+ supertanker can be as low as 3 months, although when I was there, 4 months was normal.

A truly amazing experience.
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I spent a few months in Daewoo (Okpo) shipyard last year, and the speed they can knock a ship together is impressive.

They start by building transverse sections (blocks) on the dock side, and then when they are ready, lift them into the water, float/lift them into sequence in the floating dock, and weld them together.They dont -u-k abt them missin links numbers son thats the game, bye the time we think abt it they av bin at it 5 yrs

The time taken to assemble the blocks to a finished 300Meter+ supertanker can be as low as 3 months, although when I was there, 4 months was normal.

A truly amazing experience.
They dnt -u-k abt them misin links numbers son thats the game,bye the time wev thought abt it they bin doin it 5 yrs an sum
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They dnt -u-k abt them misin links numbers son thats the game,bye the time wev thought abt it they bin doin it 5 yrs an sum
What he say ????
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What he say ????
He says there better then us don't you understand black country folk
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