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Old 05-11-2013, 07:16 PM   #1
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Nitra Boats

My friend Marcus Friberg have a new project that I want to share. A new boat is comming together. Its calles Nitra and it´s built in Sweden. The moulds are fabricated by MacroMould. CNC cut moulds.

The boat is 24 feet long. Have some Solid Works drawings and some pics of it comming together in the CNC

Will keep this thread up to date on whats going on and how the boat is comming together!
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Old 06-11-2013, 03:19 PM   #2
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Cool! I like the deck/hull combination.
Is there a particular reason why it isnt stepped?
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Old 06-11-2013, 03:47 PM   #3
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Cool! I like the deck/hull combination.
Is there a particular reason why it isnt stepped?
It is designed for the National Offshore classes V-150, V-300 and V-115. In V-150 and V-115 you are not allowed to have stepped hulls or wings
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That's a hansom looking boat and thank you for sharing this build thread with us. CNC routed foam seems to be common place now to form prototype tooling for composites.

I am currently working on a non boat related composite project and it would be very interesting to see the various plug/mold processes at each stage.

Look forward to your future posts

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That's a hansom looking boat and thank you for sharing this build thread with us. CNC routed foam seems to be common place now to form prototype tooling for composites.

I am currently working on a non boat related composite project and it would be very interesting to see the various plug/mold processes at each stage.

Look forward to your future posts

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Thank you!

Some progress made this day on the moulds, pics will come next week, off to a cruise this weekend.
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Is that a one off mould? Why not go straight to making a plug?
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Is that a one off mould? Why not go straight to making a plug?
This mould can be used for 5-10 Boats according to our boatbuilder.
We make a plug on Nitra nr ? Later on, when we have sold some Boats

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Hi Zander,
Looks like a very interesting project Keep the build pictures coming.
How much would the tooling cost for a project like this?
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Hi Zander,
Looks like a very interesting project Keep the build pictures coming.
How much would the tooling cost for a project like this?
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Hi Petter!

Think Its around 120-150k SEK.
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Hi Zander,

Any more build pics?

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Any more build pics?

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Old 25-11-2013, 01:28 PM   #12
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Progress

The mould is comming together quite nice!

Here are some pics!

First they put on some gel that hardens for a day. After that the cut it in the shape of the boat. This is quite strong and up to 10 boats can be made in the mould!
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Old 25-11-2013, 01:29 PM   #13
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Then "home" to Åkersberga
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The designers are taking a close look to their creation

And a quick design of how this seasons Camoflage are going to look like!

Im off to Stockholm tomorrow to help out and wax the mould and stuff like that.

Gonna take more pics if you guys want?

/Zander
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Interesting process, more pics would be good.
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Like you camo skeme Zander…
Also like the morning wood camo
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Very cool! Kind of an old school shape on the bare hull and transom. Cant wait to see the finished rig.
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Also like the morning wood camo
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Very cool! Kind of an old school shape on the bare hull and transom. Cant wait to see the finished rig.
Thank you! Will post more pics!

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Hi Petter!

Think Its around 120-150k SEK.

That's 11,000 to 14,000 GBP, that's quite cheep for tooling.
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