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    Best Thin Kerf Miter Saw Blades – Pro Tool Reviews - June 22, 2020 by admin

    For years woodworkers relied on table saws or radial-arm saws for their most accurate machine-made miters and crosscuts. When miter saws first came along, they were crude affairs and not readily adopted by those who valued accuracy over portability. For job site carpentry, these tools were great time savers. However, it took quite a few years for woodworkers to open their shop doors to these portable saws. To get the most out of these tools, you need the best thin-kerf miter saw blades available.

    Today, a quality modern miter saw is the go-to tool for fine crosscutting, miter cuts, and compound angle (simultaneous miter and bevel) cuts. And according to industry figures, 12-inch miter saws have overtaken 10-inch saws as the tool of choice for professionals. This holds true both on the job site and in the shop.


    To achieve the smoothest miter saw cuts for furniture building, cabinetmaking, and trim work, you need a blade with a lot of teeth. A stock 12-inch blade typically has 32 teeth. A good trim blade commonly has 80. We opted for the finest-cutting 90 to 100 tooth blades available to seek out the ultimate in miter saw results.

    Blades with densely packed teeth make the smoothest cuts. Typically, these blades are limited to cutting hardwoods 1-1/2 inches thick or less. With so many teeth engaged in a cut, there is a lot of friction. In addition, the small gullets of such closely-spaced teeth eject sawdust slowly. The deeper the cut, the slower the progress and the greater the heat build-up. You can only cut as fast as the blade allows. In deep cuts that may not be fast enough to outrun burning.

    While its generally true that the thickest and most massive blades provide the most stability in a cut, heavy full-kerf blades are not best suited for the short on-and-off cutting action of a miter saw. Bringing a lighter blade up to speed and quickly stopping it with the motor brake is much easier on your saw. This lets users move a little faster while cutting. Thin blades also use less power while cutting. This is great news for underpowered saws or guys on the job sharing a 20 amp circuit with three other trades.

    Because of these benefits (and a somewhat lower cost), thin kerf miter saw blades are growing in popularity. The downside to these thinner blades is that they can deflect and wander in a cut more easily. This particularly affects bevel cuts negatively. According to my blade sharpening consultant, this effect is exacerbated as these blades begin to dull. Thats the reason many industrial users dont use them.

    To achieve the smoothest miter saw cuts for furniture building, cabinetmaking, and trim work, you need a blade with lots of teeth.

    The anatomy of a miter saw blade is fairly simple. Its the alphabet soup of abbreviations that makes it seem so technical. For extra-fine crosscutting blades intended for solid wood (like those in the test), alternate top bevel (ATB) designs are the best.

    Different ATB designs may have raker teeth, pointier high-bevel angle teeth, or angled face teeth. All remain variants of the basic ATB which cuts the outside edges of the kerf first before scooping out the middle. This action scores the wood before any chips are scraped out. It leaves the cleanest surfaces along the top edges of the cut. Hi-ATB teeth with sharper angled tops score deeper to prevent chip-out in fragile materials such as veneered plywood and MDF.


    Rakers are symmetrical, flat-topped teeth that clean out the wood between the grooves made by the right and left angled teeth. They are always set lower than the angled teeth. Rakers may be placed between every set or every other set of ATB teeth. Blades, therefore, designate them as (2+1) or (4+1) respectively.

    The final twist on ATB tooth design is the alternate face design. Also known as a shear face, the tooth is skewed with the tallest side forward. This engages the wood at a sharper angle for a shearing cut along the side of the kerf.

    The most relevant tooth angles to know are the rake (or hook) angle, the top bevel angle, and the face angle. The rake angle is the orientation of the face of the tooth in relation to a radial line drawn through the center of the blade (like the spoke of a wheel). A tooth parallel to this radial line has a 0-degree rake angle. Positive rake angle teeth take a more aggressive bite and cut faster with less feed pressure.

    Negative angle teeth make more of a scraping cut that is slower and requires more feed pressure. They reduce the likelihood of tear-out in the cut surfaces. Most extra-fine ATB crosscutting blades have very low or negative rake angles for smooth cutting.

    The top bevel angle is the angle across the top of a tooth when viewed straight on from the front. Bevel angles of 30 degrees and higher usually constitute high ATB teeth. The steeper the teeth, the better the scoring action on either side of the cut. This also results in the tip of the tooth dulling sooner. Also, the amount of unsupported carbide on a steep tip may require a manufacturer to make it out of softer, more impact resistant carbide that will dull even faster.

    The face angle is the angle of the tooth when viewed from above. Standard teeth are perpendicular to the blade plate while shear face teeth are skewed alternately to the left and right.

    The story of a blade is pretty simple: its mostly about the teeth. But there are a few other features to consider. Blade coatings such as Teflon (PTFE), powder coating, or even chrome serve two functions. Besides warding off corrosion, the slick surfaces dont allow pitch to adhere as easily and are quick to wipe clean.

    Noise suppression slots are the laser-cut zigzags apparent in the plates of many blades. They are designed to capture vibration and absorb the sound of a blade screaming through wood. Slots filled with polymer dampen blades more effectively than those left open. We could at least sample this when rung manuallyI wasnt keen on listening for differences in use!

    As far as Im concerned, all of the blades are capable of contributing to progressive hearing loss. To combat this, I wore ear protection while cutting. A downside of slotted blades is that perforated material that gets bent out cant be bent back in without cracking (and thus ruining) the blade. One other complaint is that slotted blades can never again be flattened or tensioned during their serviceable life as solid plate blades can.

    I used a brand new 12-inch Hitachi C12FDH miter saw as my testing rig. This saw earned high marks in a past tool test I was involved in. I deliberately chose a non-sliding miter saw to eliminate any extra play in the saws mechanism. That would make it harder for me to analyze the cutting results of the blades independent of the tool. Since I was testing on average trim-sized materials, the chop-action-only saw was the right tool for the job anyway.

    To evaluate cut quality, I ran each blade through a circuit of crosscuts and miter cuts. We used a variety of materials of different dimensions and thicknesses. With cuts made in the same order and carefully labeled, I ended up with over 20 individual sample pieces for each blade. I later scrutinized those under a raking light.

    Hard maple and cherry provided me the finest view of scratch patterns and the best check of a blades propensity for burning. The ring-porous structure of white oak allowed the best evaluation of a blades sharpness along the end of a cut. Veneer-covered plywood and MDF strips accentuated clean cuts along a kerfs top edge. Lacquered beech, maple, and Baltic birch plywood made it easy to look for chipping along a brittle finished edge.

    I also ran the saws through materials without regard to the resulting cutoffs just to rate the feed pressure and smoothness of cut. It also helped me better characterize the overall experience of cutting with each blade. After the sawdust settled, I had the owner of a respected professional sharpening business come over to lend his expertise. I also brought in a friend of mine who is a furniture builder and cabinetmaker of some acclaim. Adding these guys opinions to mine made for a well-rounded take on these blades. I could write a book

    Before and after testing I took microscopic photos of the sides, faces, and top edges of a few chosen teeth on each blade using a high-resolution USB microscope. I was trying to detect any early wear to use as a predictor of edge longevity. Unfortunately, I didnt make enough cuts to see any difference. My blade sharpening consultant estimated that each blade could likely crosscut 2,000 feet of hardwood trim before needing sharpening. Thats a considerable amount of mileagefar more than I managed to put on each.

    However, the microscope gave me a great close up look at individual carbide teeth and their brazes while teaching me a lot about cutting tooth geometry.

    In general, it is safe to say that you can achieve an acceptably fine cut with any of these blades. This especially holds true with new blades. The quality of their construction and components will become more evident as each blade ages. Nearly every blade comes with a dozen sharpenings worth of carbide. Some may not be worth the $250 investment that represents over their lifetime.

    The apparent quality, advanced features, and exceptional cutting performance of the Forrest, Freud, and Tenryu blades impressed us the most. They seemed to represent the best investments of lasting value a serious craftsman could make. If you want the best thin kerf miter saw blade, start there.

    Thanks to Tim Lancaster of Precision Knife and Tool in Fort Collins, CO. for sharing his expertise on the finer points of saw blades.

    And thanks to my friend and furniture artisan Peter Glass for sharing his perspective on evaluating cut quality in a variety of woods.

    Sure the saw and the blade do most of the work, but being a conscientious saw operator is important if you want to achieve the smoothest and safest cuts. Here are a few essential tips.

    It all starts with the fence. With a reliable straightedge, check that the left and right fence sections are coplanara lack of support on either side of your workpiece will lead to vibration and dangerous cuts. Next, check every few inches along the fence with a precise square to make sure the fence surfaces are perpendicular to the saws table. With the fence tightened in position, square the blade to the fence and calibrate the 0-degree marker on your miter scale to this position. Then do the same with the bevel setting while squaring the blade with the saws table. If the plastic insert at the center of the table is not flush with the surrounding metal surface, you must shim up the insert. If left uneven, short or flexible stock will tilt down during a cut, binding the blade and burning the cut.

    I have made zero clearance table inserts out of hardboard in the past, but it is fussy work to cut them to shape, and even harder to shim them flush. Plus it still left the side of the work toward the fence unsupported and prone to splintery blowout. Now if I need the smoothest possible cuts, I attach strips of hardboard to the fence and to the table with double sided tape, covering just enough area to fully support the stock I am cutting. The downside is that you need to replace the strips when you change the miter angle, but I find that I am usually making either straight or mitered cuts for a project, rarely switching between both.

    Careless cutting technique is the cause of the two biggest problems associated with miter saws: ragged edges at the top of a cut and small cutoff pieces sent airborne by the blade. Follow this simple advice to avoid both. When you complete a cut, hold the saw head down until the blade comes to a full stop. Since the teeth are wider than the blade plate, no part of the saw blade should touch the work as the saw winds down.

    It is only when the spinning teeth are brought back up into contact with the wood that the top edge is raked upward and small cutoffs leaning against the blade are caught by the teeth and violently catapulted. If you have a substantial cutoff piece remaining you can raise the saw head with the blade in motion. Just slide the finished cut piece away from the blade first.

    Model: 255.096.12The I.T.K. (Industrial Thin Kerf) Fine Finish blade is part of the mid-grade line from this Italian blade company.

    Summary: A decent, true Hi-ATB blade that can be found for a very good price online perhaps the least expensive blade tested.

    Model: D12100XThe Ultimate Flawless Finish blade from Diablo-Freuds value-oriented construction product line.

    Summary: With the most aggressive rake angle in the test, this blade tended to grab at work pieces more readily than other blades. The shear face design is a nice feature for a blade in this low price range.

    Model: DW7650From DeWalts top end Woodworking blade line.

    Summary: This classic styled uncoated blade has the largest carbide teeth by far both thicker and taller than any others in the test. For the average overall results it posted, however, it is on the expensive side.

    Model: CM12905115A premium product from the brand to be sure, but not their most expensive thin kerf miter saw blade.

    Summary: A quality heavy-duty blade with old school sensibilities. Built to be serviced like a classic car, the non-perforated blade plate can be re-flattened if it ever goes out of true. And though the plate thickness is listed as .095, skin grinding done to flatten the plate sides mean that individual blades may vary. Ours measured .088. The blade is notably loud in use, but the cutting results are among the very best. The highest-priced blade in the test.

    Model: LU74R012Named the Thin Kerf Ultimate Cutoff blade.

    Summary: Good features and construction, but didnt wow us like its Hi-ATB brandmate. This blade features a special side grind with a tiny bumper along the edge of the tooth designed to rub against the edge of the cut and burnish the wood smooth.

    Model: LU79R012Named the Thin Kerf Ultimate Plywood & Melamine blade due to its Hi-ATB tooth grind.

    Summary: A real standout blade in the test and the favorite pick of my furniture builder friend. This Hi-ATB shear face design combines high-performance, quality features, and a modest price its everything you need.

    Model: 1807385The Marples branding was recently dusted off by Irwin and put on their premium blade line.

    Summary: Kind of a hit or miss proposition, this blade does some things well, but not enough to be as competitive as it could be.

    Model: MP-305100ABThe Miter-Pro line is the brands more substantial thin kerf offering, designed for better bevel cuts in trim work.Coating: dull chromed

    Summary: High tech and high performance sums up this premium shear face blade. The vibration suppression slots are filled all the way through with a polymer to make the blade almost vibration-free. Tapping the blade with a scrap of wood sounds like tapping on a countertopthe dampening effect is really amazing. On the pricy side though.

    Model: SL-305100One of the brand new coated blades in the brands less-expensive Silencer line.Coating: PTFE

    Summary: Like the pricier Miter-Pro, this blade shares the great cutting results and highly-effective vibration dampening technology. One downside the tiny carbide teeth are only 2/3 the size of the average tooth in the test. That will force this blade into early retirement after a lot fewer sharpenings. However, this blade boasts amazing cut quality for the price.

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    STS Group AG: Changes in Supervisory Board and Management Board – Yahoo Finance UK - June 22, 2020 by admin

    DGAP-News: STS Group AG / Key word(s): Personnel 22.06.2020 / 09:00 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

    STS Group AG: Changes in Supervisory Board and Management Board

    Hallbergmoos/Munich, 22 June 2020. STS Group AG (ISIN: DE000A1TNU68), a global system supplier for the automotive and commercial vehicle industry, listed in the Prime Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, announces changes to the company's Supervisory Board and Management Board.

    Mr. Robin Laik, the previous Chairman of the Supervisory Board, and Dr. Kristian Schleede, the previous Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board, resigned their Supervisory Board mandates with effect from the end of 20 June 2020. Dr. Bernd Maierhofer will remain a member of the Supervisory Board of STS Group. Robin Laik and Dr. Kristian Schleede had been members of the Supervisory Board of STS Group since 2018. Robin Laik, as Chief Executive Officer, and Dr. Kristian Schleede, as Chief Restructuring Officer, wish to focus on their activities on the Management Board of Mutares SE & CO. KGaA in the future.

    Andreas Becker, CEO of STS Group AG, thanks the previous members of the Supervisory Board for their extraordinary commitment: "I would like to express my sincere thanks for the consistently good and constructive cooperation over the past two years with Robin Laik and Dr. Kristian Schleede. In particular, their dedication and expertise have helped shape the development of STS Group in a challenging environment following its IPO in 2018. As a major shareholder of Mutares SE & Co. KGaA, we remain closely associated with Robin Laik and Dr. Kristian Schleede."

    In order to ensure that the Supervisory Board has a quorum until the election of the new Supervisory Board members at the Annual General Meeting on July 14, 2020, the Executive Board of STS Group AG has applied for the court appointment of Dr. Wolf Cornelius and Dr. Wolfgang Lichtenwalder, LL.M.

    There are also changes in the Management Board. Mr. Patrick Oschust left the Management Board on 31 May 2020. Dr. Ulrich Hauck (CFO) also resigned from his position as a member of the Management Board of STS Group AG on 20 June 2020.

    Mr. Patrick Oschust was appointed as Chief Production Officer in 2017. Under his leadership, the STS plants were merged, converted to uniform standards, synergies increased and productivity successfully enhanced.

    Dr. Ulrich Hauck took over as Chief Financial Officer in 2019 in a difficult phase and led the Group professionally through the very challenging Corona environment. Dr. Hauck played a key role in the reorganization of the STS Group.

    The outgoing Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Robin Laik, thanks Dr. Hauck: "I would like to thank Dr. Hauck most sincerely for his great dedication and his achievements in an extremely challenging environment, especially for his valuable contributions to the far-reaching reorganization of the STS Group. Dr. Hauck will continue to be associated with Mutares Group as Senior Advisor and in the context of supervisory board activities."

    Due to the reduced volume of business in 2020, the associated cost-cutting requirements and the new, more decentralised orientation, no successor will initially be appointed to the two departing members of the Management Board. Until further notice, STS Group AG will be managed by CEO Andreas Becker as sole member of the Management Board.

    About STS Group:STS Group AG, (ISIN: DE000A1TNU68), is a leading system supplier to the automotive industry with a focus on solutions in the acoustics, thermal and structural engineering sectors. It employs more than 2,500 people worldwide and generated revenues of 362.8 mEUR in the financial year 2019. The STS Group ("STS") produces and develops plastic and acoustic components such as solid and flexible vehicle and aerodynamic trim, noise and vibration-damping materials, entire interior and exterior trim systems, as well as lightweight construction and battery components for electric vehicles at its 17 plants and four development centres in France, Italy, Germany, Poland, Mexico, Brazil, China and, in the future, also in the USA. STS is considered as a technology leader in the manufacture of special acoustic products, plastic injection moulding and components made of composite materials (Sheet Molding Compound - SMC). STS has a large global footprint with plants in four continents. The customer portfolio comprises leading international manufacturer of commercial vehicles, passenger cars and electric vehicles.

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    Shoe Molding 101: Get to Know This Part of Baseboard – Bob Vila - June 22, 2020 by admin

    Paired with baseboard and stained or painted to match your trim, shoe molding (also known as base shoe) is a small, thin strip ofmolding that gives your room a finished look. Shoe molding adds a decorative touch while covering any gaps that might lie between the bottom of baseboard and the floor. Not all types of baseboard are suitable for installing shoe molding, however, so keep reading to find out if this slim trim is right for youplus how to install it flawlessly.

    Tall baseboards were popular during the Greek Revival period in the early-to-mid 1800s, but the idea of adding shoe molding to baseboards began in Europe and the United States during the Victorian era of the late 1800s. Thats when mass production of wood trim made the molding readily available. Shoe molding, so called because its located at shoe level, caught on because it looked good and also helped seal out insectsand dirt.

    Today, the main goal of both baseboard and shoe molding is to conceal the less-than-appealing transition between the bottom of the wall and the floor. Baseboard alone covers most of the gap, but because its larger than shoe molding, its relatively stiff and doesnt conform well to an uneven floor. Even after baseboard has been installed, you will often see small gaps here and there between the baseboard and the floor. Thats where shoe molding comes in. Its small size makes it slightly flexible, allowing it to be installed flat against the floor to give baseboard a professional finished look.

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    The only caveat to installing shoe molding is that the bottom of the baseboard must be flat to accept the molding. For example, if you want to install standard -inch-high shoe molding, the lower -inch of the baseboard should be flat to allow the shoe molding fits snugly. Some more ornate baseboards feature grooves, slants, and curves within the lower -inch, which would prevent shoe molding from fitting flush against the baseboard.

    If youve been looking at baseboard finishing trim, youve probably discovered quarter-round, too. As the name implies, this type of molding is one-quarter of a round dowel (split a dowel down the middle, then further split the halves, and youll have quarter-round). While quarter-round can be installed along the bottom of baseboard, trim carpenters and homeowners tend to prefer the sleeker look of shoe molding, which is taller and narrower than its curved counterpart.

    Standard shoe molding, available athome improvement centersand lumberyards, comes in widths of 7/16-inch to -inch and ranges from -inch to 1-inch in height. Its also made in a variety of material options to match the different types of baseboard.

    Installing shoe molding is a fairly straightforwarddo-it-yourself project, but you will need to create a coping joint (discussed below). The following tips will help you achieve a professional look.

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    Polypropylene Market to Reach USD 205.61 Billion by 2027 | Reports And Data – PRNewswire - June 7, 2020 by admin

    NEW YORK, June 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a new report by Reports and Data, the global polypropylene market is forecasted to reach USD 205.61 Billion by 2027. Increasing adoption of PP in the 3D Printing industry owing to its superior chemical resistance is a significant factor influencing market demand. Polypropylene has the lowest density out of all commonly used in manufacturing plastics, which makes it very light. Other benefits associated with the material, including flexibility, durability, and electrical resistance, make it highly practical for the industry. Currently, the product is being used in the healthcare sector to manufacture medical vials, diagnostic devices, specimen bottles, and pill containers.

    The increasing global installation of propane dehydrogenation (PDH) facilities is anticipated to influence demand. In the U.S. and Canada, the ethane steam crackers have reduced the production of propylene. Thus, companies have been shifting to propane dehydrogenation for the production of propylene. Based on statistics, since 2010, more than 2 million metric tons/year of new PDH capacity have been developed in both the U.S. and Canada, and around 1.6 MMTPA capacity is currently under development.

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    Europe is projected to witness a CAGR of 4.4% in the forecast period. Increasing adoption of PP in the construction sector is likely to foster demand. PP is used in construction applications such as air and moisture barrier membranes, films, and sheets used in insulating building wraps, carpet textiles, and in plastic parts such as pipes. The growing demand for light-weight automobiles has also driven the demand for plastics particularly, PP in the region. Manufacturers in the region have been shifting to polymers and plastic composites to achieve better fuel efficiency levels.

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    The spread of Covid-19 poses a threat to the global oil and gas industry due to various factors. The drastic action taken to curb the spread of the virus has had a significant impact on the working of different sectors. For instance, offshore workers have to balance maintaining social distancing while living and working in confined spaces. Similarly, travel bans and quarantines inhibit companies' ability to facilitate travel and conduct meetings. The uncertainty that runs through the pandemic further affects the historically volatile industry. This uncertainty is further supported by the lack of an apparent historical instance for the phenomenon in the oil and gas sector. The oil industry is being affected by dual frontiers, including the demand destruction caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and the price war amongst key global producers that have brought about a record plunge in prices.

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    How Coronavirus is Impacting Fibre Cement Market 2019-2025: Industry Analysis By Top Players, Types, Key Regions And Applications – Cole of Duty - May 30, 2020 by admin

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    COVID-19 Economic Impact Report on the Global Fiber Cement Industry – – Business Wire - May 24, 2020 by admin

    DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "COVID-19 Economic Impact Report: Global Fiber Cement" report has been added to's offering.

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    Automotive Interior Materials Market Driven By increased demand for interior styling, cabin comfort and other convenient features in an… - May 24, 2020 by admin

    Some of the major players operating in this market areTOYOTA BOSHOKU CORPORATION, Adient plc, Lear Corporation, Celanese Corporation, APM Automotive Holdings Berhad, Robert Bosch GmbH, BASF SE, SABIC, Continental Corporation, Faurecia and others.

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    Classic powerboat back in the game – Isle of Wight County Press - April 24, 2020 by admin

    A PEDIGREE British classic racing powerboat is currently being restored to its former glory at Isle of Wight-based Whittle Marine, with this years CowesTorquayCowes race very much still in focus, despite the Covid-19 lockdown.

    On the eve of the August bank holiday last year, the team at Whittle Marine in Thorley launched a landmark, classic powerboat in Yarmouth Harbour.

    It was a unique boat which had slumbered for ten years in dry storage, before it was test-launched by her new owners in time for the Cowes Classic Powerboat Rally an event that celebrated the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Round Britain Race.

    The precise timing of the launch was deliberate.

    Following a brief stay at Whittle Marines yard to undergo essential structural and mechanical work, Fordsport 707 took centre stage at the anniversary of an event in which this heavily race-prepared, Fairey Marine Huntsman 31, performed far beyond expectations.

    The Fordsport 707 being test launched from Yarmouth Harbour.

    Still carrying her original 1969 race number and bearing flaking and chipped paint, 707 was launched with caution.

    Nick Whittle and his team checked 707 for water ingress around the recent repairs to the transom, the boats through-hull fittings, twin exhaust outlets and around the two propeller shafts, as the boat rested securely on its launching trailer feeling water lap around it for the first time since 2009.

    Satisfied 707 would not sink, the two ignition keys were turned and the boats original, twin 180hp Ford Sabre engines coughed, barked, belched soot and rumbled into life.

    Built in 1969 as a collaboration between Fairey Marine and Ford to promote the American companys entry into the European marine engine market, Fords powerboat fleet for the 1969 Round Britain Race fielded three Fairey Hunstman 28s, with 707 the largest of the Ford boats at 31 feet.

    Fords 1969 racing fleet was specially designed to withstand the slamming and punishment the boats would experience during the 1,700-mile circumnavigation of Great Britain, with 707 fitted with forward water ballast tanks, extra internal bracing and additional ring frames through-bolted in the hull features absent in the leisure versions of Fairey Marine boats.

    The Fordsport 707 being given a pontoon test launch.

    Fords development produced a stunning, powerboat racing debut for the company, with 707 taking fourth place overall from 42 entries, just ahead of her smaller, sister boats.

    It is worth noting, 707s success is also due to her highly-talented driver in the Round Britain Race the late Lt Cmdr Peter Twiss, a former fighter pilot, test pilot and 1956 world speed record holder as the first man to fly a jet aircraft over 1,000mph.

    In 1963, Twiss also featured at the helm of a Fairey Marine speedboat in the Bond movie, From Russia with Love.

    Lt Cdr Peter Twiss piloted the 707 in the Round Britain Race.

    However, 707s spot in the limelight was very brief.

    She raced in the Cowes-Torquay-Cowes in 1969 and again the following year under new ownership, but with race boats reaching 60, 70 and 100mph, 707 was dramatically outpaced and, generally, enthusiasm for racing in the cruiser class declined.

    Very swiftly, 707 became a pleasure boat.

    Unusually, though, over the past 50 years there has been no attempt to convert 707 from a purpose-built race boat to a comfortable cruiser.

    She is still in her original racing trim, with the full cockpit padding remaining.

    The original trim of the Fordsport 707.

    The standing-only racing seats and extra, strategically positioned hand grabs are also still in place.

    Without doubt, 707 is irreplaceable and, of Fords Fairey racing fleet, only the Huntsman 28 606 still survives, based in the Channel Islands.

    Following her test launch in Yarmouth, 707s new owners, Sean Siddons and Rob Bingham, took the boat to Cowes for the Round Britain Race 50th anniversary, hitting 32 knots en route with ease a staggering speed, considering the boats original engines had not run for a decade and had only an oil change and new belts fitted at Whittle Marine.

    This unexpected level of power also confirms the 180hp engine blocks were considerably uprated by Ford for racing.

    Fordsport 707 was brought into Whittle Marine on the Island for restoration.

    Following this successful outing, 707 returned to Whittle Marine and is currently undergoing a thorough restoration.

    The Whittle Marine team are working top-downwards throughout the boat.

    The cabin roof underwent rudimentary repairs and will be removed and replaced with mahogany lamination in cold moulding formation, while the cabins sides will be epoxy sheaved before it is painted in its exciting, original 1960s colours, with perhaps the most complicated repair being the interior area of the boats bow.

    Its not a job for the fainthearted, Nick conceded.

    Nick Whittle, of Whittle Marine, Thorley, who has spearheaded the boats restoration.

    The boats cosmetic restoration is equally extensive, for a top spec finish and her racing number will be carefully traced, alongside the original Ford transfers producing a sympathetic restoration to show her off in all her glory, with the exact historical detailing and accuracy required for such a famous boat.

    707 will certainly look spectacular, but with the firm intention of entering the boat in this years Cowes-Torquay-Cowes Race, to mark the events 60th anniversary, the boats twin Ford Sabre engines will be stripped back to the block with turbos, superchargers and coolers, rebuilt for maximum performance.

    On Sunday, August 20, Fordsport 707 will be back on the race course where she belongs.

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    38 of the Most Expensive Homes for Sale in the St. Louis Area – - March 29, 2020 by admin

    Beautifully appointed 2 story on a lovely lot. Wood floors on the main and upper levels. The 2 story entry foyer leads to the dining room and study/living room, both with custom shutters, crown and dental molding. The spectacular great room features a wood-burning fireplace, built-in bookcases, bay window, walk-behind wet bar and French doors to patio., The kitchen is the heart of the home with 42-inch cabinets, center island, stainless appliances and adjoining breakfast room with a bay window. The master suite boasts a walk-in closet and luxury bath with double vanities, shower, and soaking tub. Also on the UL are 3 additional bedrooms and a full bath. The lower level is perfect for gatherings with a rec room, game room, walk-behind wet bar, fireplace, full bath, exercise room, and sauna. Additional features include a patio, 3 car rear-entry garage, level lot, sprinkler and security system, and more. Impeccable throughout!

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