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Bristol Shipwrights - S01E07 - How To Build A Curved, Raked Transom Frame
 

Bristol Shipwrights season 1 episode 7

How To Build A Curved, Raked Transom Frame

 
Depending on the type, the transom may be the most difficult and complex job in lofting and building a wooden boat. Evelyn's transom is curved, raked and oval. Making it one of the more difficult types to build. In this video, we'll show you how we picked up patterns to make the upper transom frame pieces. In the next video we'll show how to use the patterns to fashion the timbers. As the transom does not show correctly in any of the three views provided in the lines plans, it was lofted and expanded. Then we built a mold to the radius of the transom and used 6 layers of approx. 1/8" marine plywood to form the inner layer of the transom. Then the transom was cut to shape and fastened to the horn timber. Because the transom bevels were so radical, we planed them after the transom was in place. Then we built a transom frame to fit the forward face of the transom inner layer. The outer layer of the transom will be planked with two layers of solid mahogany.
 
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Bristol Shipwrights / S01E07 : How To Build A Curved, Raked Transom Frame
Season 1, Episode 7 | Aired on October 16, 2020 | 7 min.
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EPISODES
Season 1
Season 1
Season 1
Season 1
Specials
 
 
  • Bristol Shipwrights - Episode 1 - A New Alden Schooner
    Episode 1
    A New Alden Schooner
  • Bristol Shipwrights - Episode 2 - A Classic Alden Schooner
    Episode 2
    A Classic Alden Schooner
  • Bristol Shipwrights - Episode 3 - Selecting And Milling Lumber For Strip Planking
    Episode 3
    Selecting And Milling Lumber For Strip Planking
  • Bristol Shipwrights - Episode 4 - Resawing And Planing Lumber For Strip Planking
    Episode 4
    Resawing And Planing Lumber For Strip Planking
  • Bristol Shipwrights - Episode 5 - Picking Up And Cutting Progressive Bevels
    Episode 5
    Picking Up And Cutting Progressive Bevels
  • Bristol Shipwrights - Episode 6 - Hanging A Strip Plank
    Episode 6
    Hanging A Strip Plank
  • Bristol Shipwrights - Episode 7 - How To Build A Curved, Raked Transom Frame
    Episode 7
    How To Build A Curved, Raked Transom Frame
  • Bristol Shipwrights - Episode 8 - Making The Upper Transom Frame
    Episode 8
    Making The Upper Transom Frame
  • Bristol Shipwrights - Episode 9 - Putting The Pieces Together For A Transom Frame
    Episode 9
    Putting The Pieces Together For A Transom Frame
  • Bristol Shipwrights - Episode 10 - Fairing - Take Your Pick Of Planes
    Episode 10
    Fairing - Take Your Pick Of Planes
 
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