molding boat deck stringers

composite stringers & floor rebuild all the chairs with composite material new vinyl through out the whole boat with a black and white theme new cup holders cut in to the side of the cap for newer updated look "stole idea from another member" build new captain chair with cut out in the lower back like new boats have new black carpet new stereo ... 【Get Price】

With fiberglass boat building however the major components of the boat – the hull deck liner and large parts like consoles—are molded from fiberglass. Usually this means starting with a female mold. The mold is first sprayed with gelcoat then fiberglass cloth is applied and then resin is used to saturate or “wet out” the fiberglass. 【Get Price】

I did a lot of research before redoing the stringers in my boat and what it came down to was 1.cost 2.longevity 3. cost 4.workability 5.cost. etc. I ended up doing mine out of plywood and as mentioned before the main culprits of stringer/floor failure are poor foam poor drainage poor previous owners and some shotty factory fiberglass work. 【Get Price】

This video shows me making Stringers and knees from XPS (Extruded Polystyrene) for my boat. This is the second segment of the stringer build. Im still learning this editing software. 【Get Price】

Am just about ready to lay my deck back in place after redoing the stringers and am wondering what the best structural adhesive putty is to use. I'd love to use plexus but it's crazy expensive and I don't even know where to buy it. The boat is just a small 15' tunnel hull skiff. 【Get Price】