[Public-List] Teak inlay in cockpit seats and hatch cover
Mike Lehman via Public-List
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Fri Feb 3 12:08:46 PST 2017
When I did the strips, I did not do a border, just stright strips. I did
radius the corners and beveled the outer edges to the angle of the
fiberglass. I don't remember the angle, but used some scrap material until
I got the angle right.
On Feb 1, 2017 5:02 PM, "Stephen Gwyn via Public-List" <
public-list at lists.alberg30.org> wrote:
> My boat (Hull #495) has teak plywood inset into fibreglass for both
> the cockpit seats / locker lids and the sliding hatch. After only 45 years,
> the teak is starting to rot. The depression in the cockpit seats
> is 3/4" deep. The depression on the sliding hatch cover is 3/8" deep.
> This piece of teak has fore-and-aft cuts on the bottom side so
> the plywood can bend to meet the curve.
> I'd like to switch to teak battens, with black sealant in between.
> Has anybody done this?
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