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Comparative Weights of Plywood, Aluminum and Steel

On September 14, 2017, in Aluminum Construction, Designer Articles, Plywood Construction, Steel Construction, by Glen L. Witt
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We are frequently asked if a design can be built in some other material than that noted. Any of our plans intended for planking with sheet material are designed to be a segment of a cylinder or a cone called “conendric” development. This usually means sections of the hull will be straight lines or convex. […]

Aluminum Design & Construction Using CNC with Steve Pollard Webinar

On December 8, 2015, in Aluminum Construction, Webinars, by Gayle Brantuk
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Enjoy the replay of our live Webinar titled, “Aluminum Design & Construction Using CNC” featuring Stephen Pollard. This is a very informative discussion. In this Webinar you’ll discover: The benefit of building a boat in aluminum The approximate cost savings of building your own aluminum boat What a Delta Pad is What level of expertise is […]

Metal Boatbuilding Notes

On December 4, 2015, in Aluminum Construction, by Kevin Morin
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Since the topic of building in welded aluminum has seen a few recent posts, a little awakening from this category’s sleepy past, I thought I’d write a series of articles on some of the aspects of metal boat building that seem to be challenging to new builders. I’m not sure these topics ‘scare’ everyone but […]

Wearl’s Aluminum Scrambler

On July 31, 2012, in Glen-L Styles, by Wearl
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A lot of hours spent on this fun build and a lot more to go.  I look forward to running my boat in the river’s of the NW.  Smiles Wayne   Related Images:

True-Grit Builder Interview

On June 10, 2011, in News From Gayle, Videos, by Gayle Brantuk
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  The True Grit is the second Glen-L boat that Ray Macke has built and wow–what a beautiful job he did on this one too! If you’ll remember from our previous interview, Ray built the Cabin Skiff which he aptly named “Therapy” and travelled over 27,000 miles of inter-coastal waterways with her. The True-Grit is […]

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