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Look at the design page for info on the plywood velomobile construction.

Cooperation and Copyright

I hope you will build my plywood velomobile design. To find you I write this blog, but you have to realize that all I have published here is copyrighted material. Would you like to know more about copyright you could read Jonathan Bailey's short and handy introduction on copyright.

Please send me a mail if you are interested in building my plywood velomobile design.

6 comments:

  1. I like to know more about how you used the plywood to make the body. I've got my own design that uses no compound angles that I was going to build out of either Coroplast sheeting or Zotefoam. Your use of plywood looks interesting to say the least.
    Winston Ward Johnson

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  2. I use airplane plywood of 1.5 mm thick. It is so thin that it can be bent easily at radius 50 mm across the grain. I use thixotrope (I mean creamy like peanut butter) epoxy to glue the parts together. Please leave your email if you would like to be informed.

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  3. Hi there

    Did you ever get anyone else building your design ?

    I am interested , however I am unsure whether I can get large enough sheets of 1.5mm plywood in the UK.

    I was also interested in a cheap , easy home build suspension rather than have to buy the Quest style parts did you make any progress on this ?

    paul.2.needham@gmail.com

    regards Paul

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  5. I really like your idea of a wooden velomobile. My only concern is that wood is prone to rotting. How did you treat the wood to prevent that from happening?

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