Making Mouldings #2: The mouldings fitted up.

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Blog entry by robscastle posted 03-28-2013 02:16 AM 1658 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
« Part 1: Boat bench Moulding Part 2 of Making Mouldings series Part 3: Making dowel and half dowel on the Router/Shaper »

A couple of LJs asked about the moulding I made for a boat fit out and if the customer was happy.

The answer was yes they were, and I had the opportunity to see the actual boat as well.
Its a Millcraft Bay cruiser with a huon pine hull.

The fit out is being done in Tassie Oak and is progressing well.

Here is the sink/galley where the timber is used.

The pictures are a little dark but that’s all I have.

I was impressed with the carpenters ability to fit it and maintain the close accuracy of the moulding, as boats are a bit average when it comes to 90 deg angles, however he has done a great job.


Robert Brennan

-- Regards Rob

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