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Old 03-04-2020, 07:51 AM
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Default 22' Compmillennia Catamaran Production Molds

22 Catamaran Molds.

Hull, Console, Leaning Post- Bait-well Combination, Patterns and Templates for Production.
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An infused epoxy center console that was manufactured form the molds could be for sale also.
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You don’t have to be a composite Guru to build this boat. The first boats were a technology demonstrator for my shop but the cat can readily be built with standard hand lamination techniques.
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I hope you don't mind me playing with this idea a bit further...

* Are the molds production-ready or will they require working to produce viable parts?

* Is there a cap mold?

* How much additional part fabrication? I assume stringers and bulkheads would be required... how about the sole/floor, would it be created from a pattern?

* How much would you estimate in materials to produce the hull given traditional hand layup methods with midline/non-epoxy resigns

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* Are the molds production-ready or will they require working to produce viable parts?

In storage 10 years. Mold maintenance (clean buff wax) prior to making parts is required.

* Is there a cap mold?

No

* How much additional part fabrication? I assume stringers and bulkheads would be required... how about the sole/floor, would it be created from a pattern?

A complete set of core patterns included. We could build you a sole with gutters and hatches that you could pull a mold from or sell you parts a needed.

* How much would you estimate in materials to produce the hull given traditional hand layup methods with midline/non-epoxy resigns[/QUOTE]

All of the materials came from inventory for the ones we made but If I recall the unrigged boat was around 2200lbs.
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