The epoxy of the glued parts has hardened finally. Only after a day. It must have been the temperature in the attic and the temperature of the wood which came out of the cold shed just before the epoxy job. Making every edge of the wood parts smooth is costing more effort than expected, especially the holes in the aft and bow transoms and in the daggerboard. I have made a simple sanding tool on the drill, which will save time. Next thing is to glue the trusses. It is made of 2 x 2 planks, holded together by six bolts. I need to find appropriate bolts with nice butterfly nuts.