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Old 13 February 2006, 14:22   #1
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how do they do that

so ive been tyring to grasp a few boat building techniques but i cant understand how they do a couple of things,

How do they make a console/jockey seat mould with an internal flange?? like pascoes consoles and scorps new jockeys?

Also looking at ballistics the otherday and the deck and transom seem to be one complete mould inclusive with the hull, there appears o be no join or visible glass on any of the visible edges of transom. How do they do that??

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i thought u lot were brainy!!
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It gets buffed off
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Seats with internal flanges are made from multi-piece moulds. The reverse (internal) lip part is bolted on to the main part of the mould, the moulding is laid up inside the mould. Once cured, the lip part of the mould is unbolted and the moulding can be withdrawn.

The Ballistic (and most other boats with a moulded deck) hull and deck are separate mouldings.

The hull moulding incorporates the hull surface and the outer part of the transom, internal stiffeners and the majority of the transom stiffening.
The deck moulding incorporates the deck surface and the inside of the transom.

The two are sandwiched together. There will be a join along the top and edges of the transom. Along the top this will be either faired and polished with gelcoat and/or mat, around the edges it will be hidden by the tube connections.
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i thought u lot were brainy!!
you obviously haven't been talking to john Fuller then!
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