Here is the first of what will, I expect, be a long series of questions as I build my first Pygmy kayak. An Arctic Tern 14. I’ve looked through some of the building posts but since we have a snail-link (dialup) it will take a while to read all relevant posting, hence my questions. Question one – The part A and B epoxy pumps supplied by Pygmy are to deliver measured amounts, assuming the limiter is installed on part B. How much can I trust them or should I use the two measuring cups supplied by Pygmy and then transfer the epoxy to a mixing cup? This will be the first time I have attempted to use epoxy so want to do it right. Pygmy suggests a warm “bath” for the epoxy jugs before first use. They are in the sink as I write. I have had them in the house which is in the low to mid 70’s during the day, for two days. Probably cooler at night. I have a temperature gauge in the garage, ah, boat shop, and this morning around 9 it said 62. We have often 40 degree plus temp swings but the garage is insulated so outside temps are more extreme. As soon as I have anything to show I will start taking pics. So far I have not even started day 1. Oh yeah, I have 3/4 plywood on sawhorses which is 2 feet wide and 16 feet long. I read in another post a suggestion to use hollow core doors. I think that is a good idea since 2 feet width is not much to work with and limits how much can be worked at a time, at least when doing the initial panel joining.