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Composite Boat Building: Welcome
This Landing School guide supports students in the Composite Boat Building program.
1: of, relating to, or characterized by addition 2 : produced by addition 3 : characterized by, being, or producing effects (as drug responses or gene products) that when the causative factors act together are the sum of their individual effects (Merriam Webster Online)
: a flexible usually thermosetting resin made by copolymerization of an epoxide with another compound having two hydroxyl groups and used chiefly in coatings and adhesives —called also epoxy (Merriam-Webster Online)
1a : any of various solid or semisolid amorphous fusible flammable natural organic substances that are usually transparent or translucent and yellowish to brown, are formed especially in plant secretions, are soluble in organic solvents (as ether) but not in water, are electrical nonconductors, and are used chiefly in varnishes, printing inks, plastics, and sizes and in medicine 2a : any of a large class of synthetic products that have some of the physical properties of natural resins but are different chemically and are used chiefly in plastics b : any of various products made from a natural resin or a natural polymer (Merriam-Webster Online)