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Kevin Kenny

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About Kevin Kenny

  • Birthday 05/06/1950

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    Trinidad & Tobago
  • Interests
    Building wooden model ships, yacht racing, radio control planes, tourism, Vimeo series on building the HMS Granado

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  1. Modification to the height gauge. I installed the new screws but still found i had to put a pliers to tighten enough so that the pointed would not move. To solve this problem i made up two plastic extensions which made it easy to tighten with my fingers.
  2. Thanks Greg i am Just so annoyed to make such a basic mistake which in hindsight is so clearly illustrated in the books planking layout. What led me astray was the various photographs of different builds that show the end of strakes 1&2 in different locations. I am just going to stick to the book going forward. I have almost completed on the correction exercise after which i am off to Germany Holland and England for a few weeks holiday. When i return i will be refreshed and ready to go again. I am in 5he process of recording my error. I will make it private access in the first instance and would appreciated if you and David could look at it and comment. Since these videos may be used as a guide in future builds i need to show the errors and the corrections so that i do not mislead future modelers. Best regards kevin
  3. I have had a lot of trouble with regard to the finished height of strake 15. After conversations with both Greg and David i have developed a chart with the finished heights off the plan. Clearly i made a number of mistakes with the installation of the strakes (see Davids correction photograph. I am going to only correct the finished height of strake 15 and move on since i am closing all this inside.

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