Your Aluminum Boat: From Design through Construction

Computer assisted lofting, followed by automatic part cutting, makes a lot of sense and it makes the job easier. Designs are CAD lofted for computer controlled cutting and marking.

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Once designed, we can facilitate the cutting of your parts by referring you for a quote from a reputable cutting firm. The firm will cut your parts and have them waiting for you on a pallet ready for shipment or pickup.

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From computer lofting data, burn sheets are prepared with parts nested to minimize waste. Parts are identified along with notes on production operations. Details include notches, brake lines, item part numbers and descriptions.

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Assembly of the hull involves setting the stem/keel bar about 12 inches above the shop floor, pulling the bottom shell plate to match the marks on the stem/keel bar, and then simply placing the frames on the marks on the shell plate. It's that simple. Internal structural members are notched using an "Egg Crate" notch-to-notch technique for speed and accuracy of alignment, resulting in tasks that normally take weeks being reduced to days.