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Credit to Damien and Dave H, a very nice yacht made even better because she is a six metre, sailed well in a good range of conditions at Fleetwood yesterday, from outward appearance I couldn't tell she was printed, roll up and get your piggy banks out this is it appears the way to go for small numbers of yachts, Damien is happy to build them for you
Any pictures of the build process and printed components.
It does look more and more likely that 3D printed boats and components will be a standard build method at some time in the not to distant future.
I know a lot of the current ones are printed in small sections and fitted together but with printers already around that can print full size boats its only a matter of time.