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A Perfectly Centered Hole
07-APR-2009

A Perfectly Centered Hole

By using the pilot hole you made the original circle with you will automatically have a perfectly centered hole in the backing plate.


Be sure to use a hole saw as close to the OD size of the thru-hull as is humanly possible. There should be very little room between the threads and the fiberglass.


Please be aware that working with G-10 or even GPO-3 board is like working with steel. It eats tools for lunch.

Nikon D200
1/60s f/4.8 at 34.0mm iso200 hide exif
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Date/Time07-Apr-2009 15:33:47
MakeNikon
ModelNIKON D200
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length34 mm
Exposure Time1/60 sec
Aperturef/4.8
ISO Equivalent200
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Metering Modematrix (5)
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Exposure Programprogram (2)
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