The molds were thin and old. A bad combination. Had shrank and potato chipped off the lines. Ralph had a jig he installed the molds into for layup. Things move way too fast around here to tie up a bench with a mold curing in a jig. Spending some time blueprinting and reinforcement of these molds. Thought some of you guys might be interested in the process. First the keel was concave so each half spent some time at the chiropractor getting their spines straightened. When bolted together, the beam was 3/4” too narrow. Thwarted that with a thwart. Then laminated wide lips to hold the curve of the gunwhale. Then the keel is pressed to the spec depth and clamped across the gunwhales. Bottom is now flat as a pancake. Going to let this sit under pressure overnight to normalize the glass a little and let the stress stretch out the structure before adding ribs.