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Old 03-03-2019, 08:34 PM
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I had a similar reaction to mahogany. I built a large wall unit for a fellow during August in south florida and ran my shop ac without the doors open and I had respiratory problem for a few months. BTW, the transom and toe rail look amazing. Great work

Is anyone else allergic to teak dust? If I'm exposed I will have flu like symptoms for a couple of days. I realized I had become sensitized a couple of years ago so I moved outside whenever I was milling it. Even then I had problems during a big project. Now I use a dust mask even outside.
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Old 03-04-2019, 04:49 AM
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good idea to use a respirator mask. i believe some woods are treated now days .
i have a reaction to MBF when i sand it .

your build is looking amazing " what more can i say" except that i am still enjoying this thread .
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Old 03-27-2019, 11:09 AM
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Default Breathing teak dust can give you silicosis.



“Is anyone else allergic to teak dust? If I'm exposed I will have flu like symptoms for a couple of days. I realized I had become sensitized a couple of years ago so I moved outside whenever I was milling it. Even then I had problems during a big project. Now I use a dust mask even outside.”
Teak contains silica. It’s one reason it’s so hard. Never breathe teak dust. Beautiful boat though.

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Old 03-27-2019, 04:31 PM
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Are you spraying or brushing the awlwood? Last time I brushed but I may try spraying next. Not sure if that will be better or not
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Old 03-27-2019, 08:19 PM
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Originally Posted by rblochli View Post
Are you spraying or brushing the awlwood? Last time I brushed but I may try spraying next. Not sure if that will be better or not
I'm brushing the build coats and plan to spray the last coat when it's covered for paint.
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It is absolutely georgeus. How many nitrile gloves? I would guess 2000+
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It is absolutely georgeus. How many nitrile gloves? I would guess 2000+
I think I'm about to reach 1400.
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Thanks, beautiful work! Thanks again for sharing your progress, gorgeous boat!
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I'm glad I stumbled upon this thread ! I am going to start a 28 footer from B&B this winter ! Keep it coming.....
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Originally Posted by Captajr1 View Post
I'm glad I stumbled upon this thread ! I am going to start a 28 footer from B&B this winter ! Keep it coming.....
When you do, please open a new thread and document your progress with pics.
Remember you need at least 10 post to start posting pictures.
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Originally Posted by combi_40 View Post
When you do, please open a new thread and document your progress with pics.
Remember you need at least 10 post to start posting pictures.
Seconded!!
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When I pull the trigger I will start a thread. I'm sure I will need plenty of advice.
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Old 06-21-2019, 05:50 AM
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I came looking for some console picture and found your build!! Wow is all I can say ive never been a fan of wood on a boat but your boats cap and transom is wow man so nice you really have something to be proud of. Killer
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Outstanding work Sir.
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Old 06-23-2019, 12:13 AM
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Originally Posted by smccormick View Post
After all the frames were cut and detailed to match the drawings, it was time to setup the jig foundation and fabricate the keel.

Stem parts cut and fine tuned setting up to glue
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Stem glued
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Fitting up keel with assembled stem
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Setting the jig foundation
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And the keel/stem assembly glued up and curing
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What is the stem/keel laminated out of? 2x4?
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Old 07-10-2019, 09:07 AM
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Originally Posted by NCBrewWater View Post
What is the stem/keel laminated out of? 2x4?
1.5 X 8 clear doug fir. N.A. specified southern yellow pine but I could find it anywhere out here.

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Old 07-10-2019, 09:11 AM
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Shot this paint as a show coat to check my fairing. Not perfect, but I'm happy with it for the most part.




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that's beautiful, some of us understand how many hours that represents... I think you need to go boating .
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