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Frame #24 Options
Carl Jon
#1 Posted : 25 April 2018 23:21:29

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Hi All
I am new here.. Just starting build.
I take that frame #24 should be installed at an angle. Does anyone know were i will find the template or dimensions for cutting the planks at an angle at the stern transome (Item #49) end plate with windows
magpie1832
#2 Posted : 26 April 2018 07:26:33

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Hi Carl, Welcome to modelspace. Also glad to here your building the Surprise.

Hi You are correct in frame 24 is slightly angled towards the stern. but the angle or template for 49 you have to guess with that one. I will try and do some measurements for you.

Cheers Chris
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#3 Posted : 26 April 2018 09:37:18

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Welcome to the forum Carl, hope you enjoy your time with us. Lots of help available should you need it, you just need to ask....

Would be great to see some of your work in the form of a diary, would also make it easier for us should you require assistance.....Cool Cool Good luck with your build....

Regards

Alan
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