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    Yes it need some work, but I wil do try it out, my next build is the 1/4 cheerful so it Mayby good for this model, so wen I get the tool home I wil see if I can get the pin off maby make it small or have different sizes ๐Ÿ˜Š Svein.erik
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    Thanks for all the good way's for making pins๐Ÿ˜Š but first I wil try the Beadsmith-one step looper tool (1,5mm) you can get 2,25 and 3mm also. Svein.erik
  3. Yes I did also feel so, here is a photo of the corronades with 2.5mm Canon ball , it fitts๐Ÿ˜
  4. Working my way in to .... dekk fittings weel from syrenscompany. The pumpe is nerly finish etc, but I did drill the hull for the Canon ball ,eeee it sems to look to small so I try with bigger 2.5mm and tested it in to the 18 punds corronades from cadlecraft (it fitts ) Maby I use this insted ๐Ÿ˜Š
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    Hanks chazz Do you have a photo? Svein.erik
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    I have to do some mor test so I did find some pins from artesania kit I had and tested with to sorts of blackening liquid, I did also try it on a tube from K&S (the result speek from it self) The pins I have from ME (syren kit) has to be made from ....... it is crapy ๐Ÿ˜ฒ
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    Hi chris no I havent, but t think I wil do so, but I think I need a nose pilers thats nerow to make them small to match the 1/64 scale ๐Ÿ˜Š Svein.erik
  8. Hi Dos anyone know's were the kit eyepins from ME is made? the brass eyepins thats comes with the syren kit Seems to be different or crapy one, I have dunn the blackenig befor with good result, but this time it Seems to not stikk I did try acid dip first and so on... but its turn out the same ๐Ÿ˜ฒ( I used carr's) Svein.erik
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    rigging yards

    Thanks๐Ÿ˜Š thats wat I was looking fore, am waiting for the book , lennarth petersson about rigging. but I like the photo,now I can see how it looks๐Ÿ˜Š Svein.erik
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    rigging yards

    Hi Jim I think I did find it out , a sling on the yard , this wil be atatch to a bigger sling from the tristletree then a rope is run true the blocks opp around the tree true som mor blocks something like that.... Se photo Svein.erik
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    rigging yards

    Hi a questions about the rigging of the main/fore lower course yards (brig syren ) There is a block where the sling is ( sling cleats) Is this rigged be side the sling or is this one of all? Svein.erik
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    Mast Steps

    Some info of the ship Svein.erik
  13. Hi, and thanks again for the liks, am trying out my New tool, so I started making some mast the main and fore lower course yards I thing it looks nice when rigg๐Ÿ˜Š Svein.erik
  14. Hi folks๐Ÿ˜Š The syren is coming a long now, the hull /copper plates are now looking old and used may needs some repers soon on the slip, LOL I did also finish the conpanionway construction left the dor out for now so I dont damige it. Everything is not glue to the dekk yet. Svein.erik
  15. Thanks for the likes am now ready to mill my own planks an other stuff, and also the lathe for the mast ๐Ÿ˜Š the tool is proxxon! Svein.erik

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