Madison, from my understanding the hull and chine are constructed using HDPE. When you ask about the use of Resins, I am not exactly sure what the process is. The hull appears to be made of three pieces. From front to back is a solid sheet of plastic. The bow is then reinforced and welded, instead of being tacked or fastened. The stern is another sheet that is cut and welded. The chine appears to be one solid piece and nearly an inch thick, which is then welded outside and in to the hull of the boat. The benches and rear seat support, along with the raised floors are all made of the same plastic. It just appears the use different thickness's of the plastic. Most everything in the boat appears to be screwed or weld in place.
On their website they offer a do it yourself building kit which might answer some of your questions.
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