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aviaamator

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About aviaamator

  • Birthday 07/13/1967

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    Russia, Petrozavodsk.
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    I'm interested in everything interesting!

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  1. Home Made Mini Mill

    Keith! You have a great machine!
  2. Hello from South Korea

    JW Yoon! Welcome! This is a very interesting place! (I had in view this Forum)
  3. I'm made of ordinary steel wire.
  4. Building blocks part 1

    Well done!
  5. I very love this ship!
  6. Will it help you?
  7. Home Made Mini Mill

    Something I was missing to complete happiness?! Two slots to install snap!!! I want to add my idea of strength is never too much! Cast iron rules!
  8. Fokker Dr 1 by Mike Dowling

    Beautiful!
  9. Home Made Mini Mill

    A great situation when it is possible to use donor machines! I have such an opportunity, and I use it.
  10. Fokker Dr 1 by Mike Dowling

    Only very brave people could fly these planes! Class work!
  11. Home Made Mini Mill

    Keith! I'm using The Altivar 312 speed controller. 1f220-3f220.
  12. Home Made Mini Mill

    And then what????!!!!! ( to make a milling machine-need a milling machine!) In the photo my homemade milling machine.
  13. Fokker Dr 1 by Mike Dowling

    Russian proverb: seven times measure - cut once...

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