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  1. Thanks Tom. I will look into this product.
  2. Hi Everyone, I would like to know if there is any advantage or disadvantage in using plastic wood or wood filler. I was at the store and they were out of Elmer Wood Filler so I picked up DAP plastics wood. My Elmer is almost out so but I do anything I could regret i am looking for advice.
  3. Issue resolved!! I emailed Corel on Friday and received a response this morning. Excellent customer service and response time. Here are the direction in case someone needs them in the future. 201602151046.pdf
  4. Hi All, Not sure if this is the right location, so I apologize in advance if it is not. I own a kit for the Corel Cross Section HMS Victory SM9. It is the older version and the direction are only in Italian. I can do French or English but Italian... I am looking to get some help or maybe a copy of them if anyone as them. I would really appreciate any help. Thank you. JP
  5. Augie Bruno

    Deepest condolences to Augie's family and friends. Farwell Augie, you will be missed.
  6. There is some awesome workspace on this thread . It is great to see that great ships can be produced in so many location .It is not just about the workshops but also talents. Here is my spot. Love it. I used to work off the Kitchen table.
  7. Pretty cool and ingenious. How long do they last with the sawdust?
  8. The movie also portraits a second ship, Acheron. What was the ship used to film ?
  9. Small Lathe

    Thank you for your reply Mark. I am looking to get a machine as versatile as possible. Maybe a lathe bigger like yours could be an option. is there a location on this site where I could find some documentation on 'some of the other ways to turn masts and yards' you mentioned? -JP
  10. Small Lathe

    Hi. I am in the market for a lathe. I have to admit that I am a little bit confused with information I am reading . ideally I would like to get one machine to do wood and metal. My understanding if it is correct, is that the lathe must turn faster for wood than metal.most of the micro lathe go up to 5000 rpm and I thought that the smaller the piece of wood (diameter) the faster the speed must be . Based of the calculation method I found , the speed should be much higher for items like a mast, pins,... What models are you actually using? I found these. Any recommendation? https://www.grizzly.com/products/4-x-6-Micro-Metal-Lathe/G0745 http://www.sherline.com/4000pg.htm http://www.taigtools.com/mlathe.html The first one is more in my price range. If you have any other suggestions, please do not hesitate to let me know. Jp
  11. Can you share the instructions? Do you need translation?
  12. Thank you Mark ! I will take a look at their logs and see what I can decipher on the technique to follow.
  13. Hi fellow Shipwrights, I am looking for documentation on how to build a new Knee of the head, Stem and Gripe from scratch for a future project, the Fair American. In looking at a lot of different build logs it seem like the idea is to create some kind of "puzzle" - excuse my expression - to rebuild these 3 sections. Of course, I am sure there is a method or plans to do that. Are these plans standard per period? Ship type? Is there any reference book I should be looking into it? Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. JP
  14. HI Larry, I would love to come and visit. Which date is the auction in November? - JP
  15. Thanks for the great suggestion Grimbler ! I checked out your build logs and it is looking great this far.
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