Panga 20 Build

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Panga 20 Build

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So I have purchased my plans, wood, and some of the epoxy/fiberglass to start my Panga 20. I'll be documenting every step of the way. I have started with the jig and have placed Frame A and the Bow mold. I decided to use MDF for the frames. This will allow me to start now as it will take awhile to receive the plywood. I decided to use all Okoume. The caribeanna in the second pic is the look I'm going for.
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Great boat!
Looking forward to following your build. 8)
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I'll be placing Frame B tomorrow evening. I decided to use a self leveling cross beam laser level. So far it seems to be working. I'm also verifying the measurements to make sure the laser is correct.
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Re: Panga 20 Build

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Any idea how to turn my pics?

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I’m viewing your photos on an I-Pad pro.
The pictures are oriented correctly for me. All are correct.
If you are uploading your photos to the BBC site, there is a rotate photo function.
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Excellent selection FluidDynamic!!! Welcome to the Builders Forum & we look forward to watching your build of Panga 20!! Jeff

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Very nice!

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At least on my iPhone I find it useful to have the phone oriented correctly when taking photos. Home button underneath or on the right.

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Use the forum gallery and all those problems go away.
My already completed 'Lil Bit'. A Martens Goosen V12 set up to sail me to the fishing holes.
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Re: Panga 20 Build

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I placed Station B and quickly learned the cross beam laser moves when I'm pushing on the strongbacks. To solve this, I anchored the strongbacks in each end of the jig with concrete anchor bolts. It's not moving now. I've also made some marks that line up with the vertical laser so I can verify that everything is straight.
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