Foils and Materials

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30 Jan 2006 19:03 #18916 by miniman
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What materials can you use to make foils in a mirror?

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31 Jan 2006 18:09 #11413 by ASW
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2. CENTREBOARD
2.1 The centreboard shall be of solid or laminated wood. The material of finishes is optional, and it may
be sheathed with GRP, but shall not be otherwise reinforced. When a centreboard is sheathed it
must still be capable of floating unaided in fresh water.
2.2 The centreboard shall conform with the diagram. The centreboard shall be not more than 14mm
thick and the thickness shall not vary by more than 1mm to within 50mm of its edges with the
exception of hollows or cavities of not more than 2mm in dimension. The leading, trailing and
bottom edges of the centreboard shall be within 5mm of a straight line and the leading and trailing
edges shall be parallel within a tolerance of 10mm.

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31 Jan 2006 18:09 #11414 by ASW
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2. CENTREBOARD
2.1 The centreboard shall be of solid or laminated wood. The material of finishes is optional, and it may
be sheathed with GRP, but shall not be otherwise reinforced. When a centreboard is sheathed it
must still be capable of floating unaided in fresh water.
2.2 The centreboard shall conform with the diagram. The centreboard shall be not more than 14mm
thick and the thickness shall not vary by more than 1mm to within 50mm of its edges with the
exception of hollows or cavities of not more than 2mm in dimension. The leading, trailing and
bottom edges of the centreboard shall be within 5mm of a straight line and the leading and trailing
edges shall be parallel within a tolerance of 10mm.

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31 Jan 2006 18:11 #11415 by ASW
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3. RUDDER
3.1 The rudder blade and stock shall be of solid or laminated wood. The material of the finishes is
optional, but they shall not be reinforced.
3.2 The shape of the rudder shall conform with the diagram. The rudder shall be not more than 14mm
thick and the thickness shall not vary by more than 1mm to within 25mm of its edges with the
exception of hollows or cavities of not more than 2mm in dimension and holes for fixing.
3.3 The material of the tiller and method of fixing to the rudder are optional.
3.4 The rudder blade shall be able to rotate around the pivot, but the leading edge shall not be able to be
moved forward of a line parallel to the transom centreline.
3.5 The fitting of washers between the rudder blade and the rudder stock is permitted.

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