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Wow that is awesome !! and a fantastic idea too !! A lot  of extra work but it pays off !! 

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When I had my contracting business I told my employees they weren't allowed to bleed on the work in progress.  Go outside to bleed.

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I like your style.

 

I would have moved along but it was hot and I had epoxy going off and a cluster fork going on with my clamping blocks.  Rushing, it'll get me every time.  Just glad I didn't have a saw in my hand.

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You are doing a great job with the hatches and waterproofing. Do you have an ideas how to glass the edges of the exposed bulkheads?

I though about vac bagging any sharp edges to avoid the need to round them off, then build them up again (e.g. chine edges).

 

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I've knocked them off then put them back on.  When I looked at the cost and time to bag everything vs. radiusing, I just couldn't justify it.  I have, on the other hand, glassed internal, non-structural, low wear edges with a strip of glass.  I don't have any problem with running the glass up the sides of a piece and then applying another piece on the edge/face.  I am just careful when I sand to avoid going through the sharp edge.  I wouldn't do this with hull bottom/chine areas, but bulkhead edges I wouldn't hesitate.

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