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Sandor Laza

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About Sandor Laza

  • Birthday 04/10/1967

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  1. Dear All, I attached a photo of one of the models of the ship in question, for your reference. As I understood, the guns on it are in "battle" position. I would much prefer to show them in "peacetime". Just want to say that I appreciate your help and enthusiasm!
  2. Dear All, I am building the model of the ship "Cannoniera olandese n.2". I have seen plenty of photos of the guns in battle position, but I want to show the guns when they are in "transport" position. Could you please let me know where can I find some materials on how the guns were tied to the deck when they were not in use. I have some drawings, but they are not clear at all. Thank you
  3. Hi Moxis, Thank you for the photos, I was thinking about making a similar jig!
  4. Thank you, I followed the link, your build is absolutely stunning! I will follow your thread it is truly educational!
  5. Thank you, I tried this yesterday and works great!
  6. Thank you, it is a good idea! I will try it!
  7. Dear All, Can anyone recommend tools or tips on how to create sharp edges on brass strips? I am creating hinges and other small brass parts for cannons. I can bend the metal but the edges are too round. I saw people are talking about special pliers etc. but I could not find them on the internet? Any advice would be really appreciated. My metal work looks kind of ugly at this moment... Thank you!
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    Billing boat Marie Jeanne from Artesania Latina

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