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Subtitled "Working with Epoxy Cleanly & Efficiently"
If you thought you could do a better job with your epoxy work, you'll no doubt find more than enough info within these 46 pages to help out. The focus is on gluing, filleting, as well as glassing and coating, and the tips and techniques are from a person with experience at doing this type of thing in a very tidy fashion.
We're pleased to offer this publication, which was initially produced to go with Russel and Ashyln Brown's Port Townsend Watercraft boat kits. There's a whole lot of good information there.
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by Russel Brown
46 pp, softcover
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As I thumbed through Russell Brown's new booklet, Epoxy Basics (published in both traditional paper and digital format), it was clear from the numerous photographs that he does very nice work with epoxy and knows what he is talking about. His main focus is on stitch-and glue and similar designs that require fillets, sheathing in fiberglass cloth, and clear-coating. Reading through the book, I found many tips and techniques that are helpful and useful, some even for seasoned pros.
--John Brooks, reviewed in WoodenBoat #236
Great book, glad I purchased it. Learned a lot.
I’m going to fix my first kayak after years of storage
Very useful publication