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    Default Re: "1290" Class M Hard Multi Chine Hull

    Unfortunately I'm "momentarily" stopping work victim of an allergy to the left fingers caused by a New band aid used to cover small skin scratches. It never happen before in my life, went to the pharmacy and they told me that I'm not the first complaining about .... Actually taking care with antiallergic pills every hour and ointment 3 x day. Here a screenshot, sorry for the unusual image
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    Default Re: "1290" Class M Hard Multi Chine Hull

    Hope it heals up quickly.

    My kids have got an allergy to the glue on those things.
    We now use the stuff that's on a roll that you cut.

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    Default Re: "1290" Class M Hard Multi Chine Hull

    Hope you will be fine soon.Gilles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naptalene View Post
    Hope it heals up quickly.

    My kids have got an allergy to the glue on those things.
    We now use the stuff that's on a roll that you cut.

    Hi Andrew,
    this is what I used !
    Today is a bit better. Thanks
    Claudio

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    Quote Originally Posted by giligan View Post
    Hope you will be fine soon.Gilles

    Bonjour Gilles,
    quel plaisir de te lire. Comment ça va ?
    Ici un peu mieux, merci.
    J’espère dans deux ou trois jours de pouvoir revenir sur le bateau et continuer, en attendant, je travail au clavier pour développer les supports internes pour faire le plus léger possible pour l' Esterel 45".
    Sur l'actuel "1290" je suis encore dans les clous pour le poids, mais sans marges. La bôme de foc radial, m'a pris pas mal de grammes, les parois aussi et le pont pour ne pas avoir voulu faire un moule. La leçon est apprise encore une fois, mais le vieux oublie vite !! heheh !!!! Salutations au Québec
    A+
    Claudio

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    Finger affair is now fortunately an old story ! Since received the carbon tissue yesterday I started this morning the sheet lamination to be used eventually to make a fin. I suspect that probably I do have exaggerated with the tissues... will see tomorrow !
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    Default Re: "1290" Class M Hard Multi Chine Hull

    The finger's affair gave me the time to think all about this model design.
    Unfortunately the Jib Radial boom setting up is to heavy, this include the supports.
    Fearing to go overweight !
    The main reason for this project was to test a Multi Chine Hull after reading the Alex Quartenmont paper.

    The Radial Boom was an additional option that came in my head afterward.
    A new development (see previous pages) is ongoing for the ESTEREL 45".
    Conclusion :
    The time is passing too fast and I want to put this model in the water as soon as I can.
    This morning I decided to remove all unnecessary parts and go for a Swing Rig already available from my previous Class M.
    Probably the sail panels need revision.
    Deck will be flat, no peaked deck needed.
    In view of the decision taken, some re-arrangements at hull level are necessary, see new layout below and the empty bin.
    Margin after weight measurements is of 210g.

    BTW : The laminated Carbon-Glass sheet is 0.9mm thick and the Fin would weight 160g while my intention is to stay below 120g. New lamination needed !
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    Default Re: "1290" Class M Hard Multi Chine Hull

    This is time where patience is needed !
    I'm talking about the Mast and Keel alignment.
    In between there the positioning of the Mast trunk.
    Apparently, is spite of limited space around me, I think that an acceptable alignment is achieved.
    Trunk full bonding required including lateral struts
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    Default Re: "1290" Class M Hard Multi Chine Hull

    102.2 °F average, max 104°F on the terrace, impossible to work, my heart will not appreciate !!

    Carried out some work in the last mornings average 80°F.

    Servo Winch installed and sheeting adjusted with swing rig simulation.
    Deck reinforcements as deck laminated supports. Next time should be a monolithic hull and supports and trunks assembled outside hull and inserted after.
    Deck laminates ready for bonding and adjusting. Perhaps tomorrow.
    Weight inside the budget 4377g against 4483g and this is a good new in spite of all arrangements. Still missing Rudder Trunk and painting
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    Default Re: "1290" Class M Hard Multi Chine Hull

    This morning 'painted' the hull interior with slightly diluted epoxy with acetone in particular the areas where some leakages were detected.

    Now 107.42°F on the terrace, non question to continue !!!

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