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Inhaltsangabe: "The modern wooden boatbuilder now has available to him a set of techniques that allows him to do things with wood that were never before possible. this new engineering with wood exploits its many superb qualities yet avoids its pitfalls and results in a superior wooden structure that is durable, leakproof, and extremely strong for its weight. The techniques described in this book should enable the keen amateur or young professional to follow each of the steps required to build a modern wooden yacht and to take advantage of the superior qualities offered by many new materials, which were not available when most of the standard texts on boatbuilding were published." So says John Guzzwell in the introductory chapter of this volume. He then explains to the reader in great detail the procedures necessary to build a top-quality vessel by the cold-molded method of construction - a method that utilizes layers of thin strips of wood laminated together with waterproof glue. The book is broken into two sections: Part 1: Building the Hull and Part 2: Finishing the Hull. Liberally illustrated with line drawings, diagrams, and black and white halftone photographs of all stages of work. Complete index.
Titel: Modern Wooden Yacht Construction
Verlag: The Bodley Head Ltd
Zustand: very good
Buchbeschreibung Hollis and Carter, London, 1979. Buchzustand: Good. Naam en datum met pen op titelblad. Rug stofomslag verkleurd. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 142989