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Friday, December 9, 2011

Rosie: Deckbeams, frames, chines done! Now for the stringers!

Rosie's deckbeams, frames and chines are done. Now we're moving on to the stringers.
Completed Deck Beams

Completed Frames

Completed Chine

Notches for aft stringers

Notches in old chine

Aft stingers in chine

Stringers entering backbone

Stringers and the tools we use.

Four Aft Chines

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