Friday, November 29, 2013

‘Minnow’s’ Yuloh – Part 3 (Yuloh Links)

The epoxy cured overnight, and this morning I sanded the yuloh’s shaft in preparation for varnishing. I also started sanding the blade to give it a better finish. I’ll paint the lower part of the yuloh.

Until I receive a stainless steel pivot pin from the firm that is manufacturing it, I am reluctant to drill into the shaft to form a cavity for the pivot cup. I shall use the pin to shape a cup in an epoxy base – that is my plan. I’ll coat the rounded end of the pin with grease to prevent it from sticking to the epoxy. The reciprocal pieces should fit together perfectly.

I shall have to devise a means of suspending the pin in the epoxy so that no more than half of the ball is submerged in the epoxy. If that were to happen I would not be able to extract the pin from the cured epoxy without cutting into it.


Wooden Boat NZ Sculling

How to Scull a Boat

Bing Yuloh Images

The $10 Yuloh

Single Oar Sculling

Yuloh, Zhujiajiao, China

Stevenson Pocket Cruiser under Yuloh

AD-scull. sculling action,deck view

Easy Go Yuloh – Part One

Easy Go Yuloh - Part Two

Cranks with Planks

Yuloh – Dave’s Wiki

Collars – The Yuloh Sculling Oar

Yuloh Design Cycles

Sailing Auklet – The Yuloh


Brian said...

Lovely picture of a Paradox and nice article about sailing her. Just to spur you on!

William Serjeant said...

Thank you Brian,
Sean's blog is a favourite of mine. I am inspired by what he is doing with 'Scout'.

Unknown said...

Bill....first you are way to complimentary....thank you for that...please know the feeling is mutual. :-)

Fantastic amount of information on this post on Yuloh's...thanks for compiling all that. I am about to make some mods to my own as we got the shape of the foil on the blade reversed from the way it is supposed to be. It works and I am getting the hang of it, but I suspect I can make it much more efficient if I get that foil corrected.

Minnow is looking outstanding! Keep up the good work!!


Steve Carey said...

From one of your links Bill, I found this wonderful video. Love the way that his sculling oar dobles as his rudder!