One Really Big SCRIMP Job

Horizon Yachts of Taiwan announced they broke the world record for a single-shot resin infusion to create a 140-foot hull.
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Using SCRIMP (Seemann Composites Resin Infusion Molding Process) technology to build boats is nothing new. But Taiwan-based Horizon Yachts recently used the method to infuse a 140-foot hull in a single shot.

This may or may not be listed in the Guinness Book of World Records, but it's impressive nonetheless.

The builder released photos of the project and they speak volumes about the scope of the job.

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