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mij

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About mij

  • Birthday 10/13/1946

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  • Location
    Hampshire UK
  • Interests
    Scratch building period ships.

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  1. mij

    Song Title Game

    Your my world - Cilla Black 1985
  2. mij

    Song Title Game

    Strong hand - Chvrches 2013
  3. Hi Lee I`ve just picked up on your very fine and beautiful build log. Full credits to you. Kind Regards mij
  4. I`ve had my Proxxon lathe for about 3 years, its a nice little lathe for what we do. Regards mij
  5. Nice one Snowmans, I like it. mij
  6. The Admiral bought me Volume 1 in an old book shop in Greenwich U.K. for £75.00 about 16 years ago. The other 3 Volumes, I was lucky to buy from Amazon at a very good price over the years. Regards mij
  7. mij

    Lime vs Maple

    I used Maple for the deck planking on my Xebec build. It`s a very nice wood to work. Regards mij
  8. This the way I made my hinges on my Xebec. I cut a piece of tube to length. I used soft solder to solder the tube to the strap. One hinge ready for the fixing holes
  9. This is what I always use. A feather board and a push stick. An on/off foot pedal. Regards mij
  10. mij

    UK Timber Suppliers

    Two weeks ago, I was looking for a company in the UK who could supply me with a length of Boxwood, and I found a company in Kent called Timberline, 01732 355626. I spoke to a guy called Alan who was very helpful, he supplied me with a straigth piece of Castello Boxwood 1200 x 100 x 52 mm for £60 with delivery and it came the next day. I have no connection to the company. mij

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