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  1. Good luck with the build and remember to check a few posts above by seahorse where one of my mistakes in the build has been addressed. Regards, Aydin
  2. According to the manufacturer's specs max keel length is 100cm but there may be a degree of tolerance, though I doubt it will work with keels significantly longer than that. Specs: http://www.hobbyzone.pl/en/boat-building-tools/26-professional-building-slip.html
  3. Hello Dear Model Ship World Forum fellas, I am new to this forum, joining from Helsinki (Finland) and this will be my first post. In the past years I built Bluenose (Billing Boats), San Juan Nepomuceno (Artesania Latina), Titanic (Mantua), Endeavour (Caldercraft - This one I quit half way indeed, for varoius reasons ) and after a few years of idling around with other hobbies, recently I decided to start a new model, which will be Amati Riva Aquarama. There are some excellent build logs of this model especially in various forums focusing on Radio control models, inspiring me to take a new challenge including radio control, water proofing etc. Anyway, I am hoping to post a build log of it here once I start doing it, but before that I wanted to build a great looking building slip for model ships by a Polish company called Hobbyzone (www.hobbyzone.pl). I saw this tool in one of those forums which I mentioned and thought I have to have one. So this topic is a build log of this tool. Regards.

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