After butting together the plywood and epoxying both sides with 4" wide 10oz cloth, lofting and cutting out the panels and bulkheads we where ready to assemble....
We simply added legs to the bulkheads at the height we wanted to work (when flipped) temporarily screwed the three stations to the bottom panels along with the laminated plywood stem (not shown) and flipped over.
When it came time to assemble my boat Rick was out of town so I made a stand to hold the transom roughly in place as this was a two person job...
This shows the boat "stitched" and siting on the temp legs... the legs also double as "molds" so its best to add them right when you loft the "bulkheads" or stations...at this time you need to figure what height you want to work at.
If you cut the panels out accurate there is no fuss stitching! Dynamite Paysons numbers are spot on!
Thats it for now we'll post something new when it happens.