in one word - paradise@ bluebeard, the problem is that the large space is in a cold garage, indoors there is less space, and not so good with too much sawdust / dust.
Another problem is that the materials change in temperature and different humidity, sometime in the future I want a workshop where everything is under one roof and an even temperature.
Many thanks, you are making good progress since the last post, and the frames looking very good! We would like to see your progress more often.Pictures of all the parts I will start with, bolts are still missing in the frames.
The disappearing frame no. 7 is also made again.
On my Bounty I re-drew the frame jig in autocad and sent a dxf file to Laser Cut USA and had it laser cut. came back spot on. heres some pics.Hello Knut
Your build jig is starting to look very good, do pay very strict attention to the depth of each notch on your jig as they will give you the out side shape of your ship, just go slow and only do a few at a time to avoid fugue, ENJOY