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Rather than hijack the mk2 thread I will start a new one.   Chick asked that I post some pictures of the mk3.   I started on a cabin version of the CS17 at least 5 years ago.  I got involved in th

I have just about finished making the first CS17 mk3 kit, I made the centerboard today. I am working on final tweaking and finishing up the plans and should have them available soon. There is a lot of

We waved farewell to Doug today as he drove off with his new Mk3. We were happy to get her out of the shop to get a good look at her rather than being too close all of the time. I feel that she more t

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Taped seam boats can be done without encapsulation, but it's generally not recommended on plywood. The idea is to seal all surfaces and you don't need peelply for this, though it can help with coats, subsequent to the initial sealing coat. If the sealing coat is applied without any pooling epoxy, left on the surface, you'll eliminate the outgas potential and peelply isn't helpful. Additional coats will leave pools of epoxy on the surface, so peelply is helpful.

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