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No Staples Cedar Strip Kayak: Drawing, Lofting and Building a Cedar Strip Wooden Fishing Kayak


  


 : No Staples Cedar Strip Kayak: Drawing, Lofting and Building a Cedar Strip Wooden Fishing Kayak








Binding: Kindle Edition
Format: Kindle eBook
Languages: EnglishPublished
Number Of Pages: 54
Publication Date: November 10, 2014
Release Date: November 10, 2014




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Product Description:
I have always wanted to build a cedar strip kayak; from scratch, not from plans, and definitely NOT riddled with staple holes. In this book I take the reader from sketches on paper, through final drawings, lofting to find the dimensions of the kayak, building the frame, finding cedar lumber and cutting and assembling cedar strips, stripping the hull and the deck, fiber-glassing and finishing the kayak. I then add foot braces and a seat and take it for a test float. Many pictures of techniques for holding the strips in place are discussed as well as methods for making tight joints, building the cockpit coaming and seat. Detailed descriptions of jigs and clamping methods are included. Follow the process from concept to sketch to fishing on a placid lake.





 



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