Cove and bead cedar strips
As kits and plans for cedar-strip boat construction grow more accessible to aspiring boatbuilders, we have installed elaborate automated machinery in our Annapolis factory to produce first-rate bead-and-cove cedar strips at reasonable prices. Our strips are made to very tight tolerances, always of uniform thicknesses and with precisely cut beads and coves for smooth hulls. These are the same strips we use for our display boats. Boatbuilders assembling Guillemot kayaks from plans will use these strips. Not sure how many strips you'll need? Click here for a handy formula for canoes and kayaks.
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Boatbuilding Supplies » Plywood & Cedar Strips
Bead and Cove Strips | Western Red Cedar | Alaskan Yellow Cedar | Nogal
Proper router bit height and depth are obviously key points but the real secret is how you mill you lumber. The tools pictured in this tutorial are way overkill for what is required. If you have a portable table saw I recommend trying this set-up for all your sawing needs as it is a cheap way to effectively increase your horse power. This is one place on the board where it is important to use clear straight-grained lumber. We all know that the grain of wood runs along the length of the tree trunk, or branch. When a cylindrical log is cut into rectangular dimension pieces green below , the grain may or may not run straight through the length of the piece. The split will always follow the grain.
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Making Bead Cove Strips
A strip built boat is made of small strips of wood so if you were wondering where the name came from, now you know. The method is often called cedar strip, because the wood used is typically cedar. It does not have to be.
Quantity :. We offer strips of both western red cedar and Alaskan yellow cedar. You can use a mixture of both and develop your own unique strip design as you build your boat. We recommend a mix of roughly one third light strips yellow cedar or paulownia and two thirds dark red cedar strips, or one third dark and two thirds light. The colour of western red cedar varies from dark to medium, not just from tree to tree but often along the length of the strips.
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