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Ilhan Gokcay

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About Ilhan Gokcay

  • Birthday 03/29/1964

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    Istanbul / Turkey
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    Ship Modelling

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  1. Hi Ferit Kutlu, thanks. That's because I'm building in a room/lounge at home. Actually I would like to have a small milling machine and a lathe but they are not an absolute must.
  2. Channels cut from brass plate.
  3. Congratulations !!!!! Much well deserved.
  4. These are bushings for the portholes 5x0.5mm brass tube. The portholes will be 4x0.25mm brass tube with glazing and will be installed after painting. These are bushings for the portholes 5x0.5mm brass tube. The portholes will be 4x0.25mm brass tube with glazing and will be installed after painting.
  5. Mix of PVA+sawdust is very stabil and hard.
  6. .. The planks are 2x5 mm limewood.

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