Anyhow I'm deviating from the scantlings the designer specified for the fiberglass on the hull. I did this because I'm cheap. There, ok, I said it. I found a product (Quadaxial) fiberglass that would replace two layers of the specified (Biaxial) fabric. Although it's harder to work with it should ultimately save a bit of money. (If we don't screw it up)
Here's what I have on hand and what I see they'll cover on the hull.
1708 Biaxial 50" x 125 yds (sides/inside/outside)
1808 Biaxial x 55" x 25 yds (sides inside if required)
1208 Double Bias 0/90 x 50" 40 yds (sides outside)
8 oz Satin Finish 50" x 50 yds (bottom/keel/sides outside)
33 oz Quadaxial 50" x 50 yds (bottom/keel inside and out)
We've already used some of these fabrics on the interior bulkheads. That's where we learned a lot about the heavier fabrics and what it takes to work with them properly.
Some of you might remember these jobs.
Some of our attempts weren't always successful. I've got some quality time with my grinder in store down the road to fix this mess.
Anywho, that's about it. The main part of this exercise was to take stock of my fiberglass supplies. I know I've got more than 'nuff to do the hull. The next big purchase will be the epoxy (30 gallons) (which has gone up $20/gallon)!