- Dec 1, 2016
There is so much time involved in creating a set of working plans and thousands of entries your adding to a drawing mistakes and errors are bound to happen. This is why at every step I go back and check and then check the checks to other sources or plans.Excellent information! I found out about double checking lines the hard way when I just scaled up some Dutch Boeier lines from the interwebs. The bulkheads did not work out that well and I had to shift a few around and do some reshaping. When those crazy Russian Doctor Bob(?) videos showed up a while ago, he made a big point of checking the damn plans too. Measure twice, cut once is is always good advice. And your explanation is clear and concise. Plus, I have always had a soft spot for paddlewheel warships.