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  1. #31
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    Default Re: Announcing the exciting new NANO class

    Great idea! Now we just need an AC NANO CAT class.

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    Default Re: Announcing the exciting new NANO class

    Pics front end.....
    First test on my new printer frame.
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    Petg, 6grams. Water tight

    I'll tell you what, I'm keen to print a plug and use that for a traditional RG layup.

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    Default Re: Announcing the exciting new NANO class

    Andrew, looks like your printing is coming along nicely...so why not just print your RG65? Selwyn just won a regional regatta in AUS with Glass Lady...I put a few pics in the RG65 forum. I think our successes racing our Footy, RG65, and IOM have sort of debunked peoples' concerns about strength, hull finish, rigidity, etc. A printed boat isn't just a novelty...it can be a winner, too.

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    Default Re: Announcing the exciting new NANO class

    There is a simple, very stupid reason I'd like to do a layup......
    Even if it's a mess, I'd like to die being able to say I made something out of carbon Fibre. Bit of a bucket list I suppose.

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