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Hi, the study plan for Tiki 38 specifies plywood thickness of 9mm for the hulls. Is this (+cloth+epoxy) the final hull thickness? Or is one supposed to glue two layers of plywood? If not, is this enough for a relevant puncture resistance?
Yes that was my intention, but the question is how many layers are there in a hull. I would expect that at least below the WL there are more than 1.
Chuck Valley said:
Buy 9mm plywood,
stringers+9mm ply+fiber glass coating...this is what gives the final good resistance
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