Sandy Pittendrigh
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Caulk instead of glue
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jonathan Clarke Sep 15.

No-ribs all plywood no-fiberglass no-epoxy no-glue boat
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Sandy Pittendrigh Apr 13, 2016.

Free MRBoats blueprints/plans
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Sandy Pittendrigh Jul 15, 2011.

 

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Sandy Pittendrigh replied to Peter Honsberger's discussion Question - side patch
"The only boat I know of that's 49" on the bottom is a Montana Riverboats Beavertail, which was meant to be built as a stitch and glue boat.  Without any ribs. When I build those I ignore that 1/2" sliver either side of the…"
Sep 15
Jonathan Clarke replied to Sandy Pittendrigh's discussion Caulk instead of glue
"I agree that 5200 locks things together.  That was my point in mentioning alternative caulks and by "glue" I mistakenly thought you were talking about two-part epoxies or some such."
Sep 15
Sandy Pittendrigh replied to Sandy Pittendrigh's discussion Caulk instead of glue
"Interesting.   Cool.  But 5200 is famous for being so permanent you have to saw through any joint to get it apart. I bought a case of Dowsil 785.  It's a silicone caulk not based on acetic acid.  I'm not sure why…"
Sep 15
Jonathan Clarke replied to Sandy Pittendrigh's discussion Caulk instead of glue
"Sort of kind of.  My Tatman kit boat went together with SPAX screws and 3M 5200.  The 5200 isn't exactly a glue, but it's categorized as a permanent caulk.  Considering the way I use the boat, if I had it to do over again, I…"
Sep 15
Sandy Pittendrigh replied to Sandy Pittendrigh's discussion Caulk instead of glue
"I've been leaning this way for years.  The last few boats I've made (not framed) incorporated parts of this idea.  I haven't built a boat entirely that way.  But I've done enough of it to see it would indeed…"
Sep 15

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About Me:
Fly tier, boat builder, programmer, exaggerator...liar?
Ah, a fisherman.
Website:
http://montana-riverboats.com
Boats I own:
honky dory, buffalo boat, beavertail, boattail, mad river canoe

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Friends mean what in wordpress

I'm just curious what it means to "make so and so a friend" in wordpress.
For Facebook (which I don't belong to) I think it means "friends can see my
profile information, but the public cannot."

But in wordpress it seems like I can see the profile info for all members
anyway. So what does "friends" mean.......just tryna figger it all out.

Posted on January 15, 2009 at 10:15am — 2 Comments

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At 7:00pm on February 25, 2009, Robert Hawkins said…
Hey Sandy, saw you were in the Bozone, just wanted to drop a line and say hi to ya.
At 7:42pm on January 29, 2009, Randy Dersham said…
Ok, I finally found it. Bruynzeel Regina is the name and it is unfortunately sapele with okume core. That makes it about $150 a sheet for 1/4in. OOFF!
At 3:18pm on January 17, 2009, Randy Dersham said…
I think we could save some money if the order was large enough. At the very least we could split some shipping.

I'll look up the link on the Austin plywood with Okume core.
At 7:23pm on January 14, 2009, Randy Dersham said…
Welcome Sandy,
I hope you share often and and enjoy. I'm looking forward to some great photographs.

BTW, World panel has a new plywood from Austin ( the company not the city) that is Okume core and mahogany face. Interesting. I haven't seen any yet but would like to have someone check it out.
At 12:53pm on January 14, 2009, Dave Z said…
Sandy, good to see you here, I hope you have better luck fixing the server trouble at your site!
At 8:23am on January 14, 2009, Jonathan Clarke said…
Welcome! After all these years, I'm happy to have the opportunity to tell you how much I enjoyed your article on the roadkill streamer, which, if memory serves, appeared in Fly Rod & Reel. I re-read it on your web site and was taken again with your description of fishing to nightfall on the cutthroat creek.
At 8:14am on January 14, 2009, mitchell said…
welcome Sandy
 
 
 

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