Laminating part 2
After 24 hour harding time of teh first hull I unscrewed the mould and drove a wig between the two mould parts. Once a small opening occured I poored some water between the hull and the mould to solve the film release agent. This helps a lot in releasing the hull, the water gets between the parts and press then free of each other.
The first hull was not that bad, just a few spots were I needed to repair so I was satisfied.
Even the weight of the hull was okay: just 388 grams with 4 layers of fiber and a thick buffer on the side.
Time to make the other two hulls, one for me and one for a college in the club.
As this was the first time I used this method for making a hull it certainly won't be the last time. But then there will be more details on the mould.
The lessons learned are take your time to build a good positive hull, get the right fiber material and resin with a long curing time and let it cure for the maximum time. This will save you some extra work of repair