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  • Birthday 05/12/1972

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    Minsk, Belarus

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  1. Brass is easy to twist as cooper. But can be easier blackened. If you're not sure in brass softness you may anneal brass before using. Some times I blacken straight wire, some times result eye bolts/rings. I think you may blacken cooper wire before making rings using sulfuric ointment from drug store. Here I've used it to blacken cooper stripes. http://hms-vanguard.blogspot.com.by/2009/06/blog-post_02.html
  2. I use brass wire and then blacken eye bolt/rings made from. Blackening is simple process using blackening powder
  3. Dear friends, I proud to present next version of rope making machine (video to come soon): https://shipworkshop.com/products/tools/vr-31-rope-making-machine VR 3.1 Rope making machine (HD adaptable rope making machine. Former Ropewalk "Prosak") What's new: VR = Vertical ropewalk. New version of former ropewalk "Prosak". No need to reassemble for 3- or 4-stranded ropes. Can be secured on both horizontal and vertical surfaces. HD adaptable. Can be transformed into HD (Horizontal Design) machine. Not yet available. There are notches on the machine that will help to mark screw holes for securing the machine. Here is user's manual: VR31.pdf
  4. Really sorry, I didn't get any messages from you since Dec, 12th. The last was with question about courier name. Can you please check the email address have you used? I do understand this looks like I hided from solving problem. Please believe me it's not so. I always help customers with any problems with my machines and doesn't matter what has it caused. Thanks for Doug Ross who pointed me here as I read forum rarely. Please contact me by paypal's email, email from site or my personal email from this forum or PM to discuss how to send you replacements. my apologies for the this, Alexey
  5. I can't shoot photo of this beautiful scaled rope 0.3 mm ((( But brass was blackened perfectly.
  6. So let me continue... Need to put some eyelets for gun tackles. Make small jig: Put into the port: Use needle to pin: Drill and insert eyelets: Do the same manner for deck's eyelets: And finally got it (gratings and capstain are not fixed yet ):
  7. Yes, please send it asap as I'm going to make new video about using serving machine and it's options. I'll be glad to include your suggestions in that video.
  8. It's very simple to measure rope diameter: I make 10-20 turns around pen and measure whole length then divide by number of turns. :--) How to know which threads to use to get desired diameter - download user guide in right "download" section. You may find answer at the end of the manual. http://shipworkshop.com/products/tools/ropewalk-planetary-3.0
  9. Thank you, Bob, for your kind words. Wheels are for making stay mouse http://shipworkshop.com/products/options/mouse Sorry, I still haven't made video but for the fist time pics should be enough. There is no sound in my videos, only subtitles. You Vanguard is very good! And I'm sure she will get superb rigging! cheers, Alexey
  10. Here are mine :-) Feel free to contact me about details and suggestions to build your own. http://www.shipworkshop.com/pages/tools/planetary_25.html http://www.shipworkshop.com/pages/tools/prosak_20.html

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