EPOXYWORKS 20 - Autumn 2002
In this issue ... installing a teak deck on Zatara; creating a non-skiddeck; avoiding surface contamination; plus more ...
EPOXYWORKS 19 - Spring 2002
In this issue ... boat building on a grand scale; testing large, bonded-in fasteners; replacing damaged balsa core; protective skin creams-do they affect adhesion?; plus much more ...
EPOXYWORKS 18 - Autumn 2001
In this issue ... building prams for a community sailing program; estimating epoxy amounts; using dowels to align stitch and glue panels; laminated construction gives lasting value; plus much more ...
EPOXYWORKS 17 - Spring 2001
In the last issue, we looked at small boats, focusing on sailing canoes. In this issue, we look at two of the largest wood/epoxy boats (ships) ever built, demonstrating that epoxy composite technology can be scaled up, way up. These projects also demonstrate that epoxy composite construction involves more than just a product or a method. It’s a dynamic, interesting testing ground for new ideas.
EPOXYWORKS 16 - Autumn 2000
On the cover: Meade Gougeon maneuvers his decked sailing canoe Serendipity on the Saginaw River.
In this issue, Meade and Hugh Horton, champion of the modern sailing canoe, discuss decked sailing canoes, from their 18th century origins to the latest in construction techniques and sailing rigs. We'll look at methods for bonding to plastic with epoxy, one of the most difficult materials to bond to.