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  1. Wood sticks with square section 12” long
  2. The prow looks as fox’s snout from this perspective. I wonder if anyone noticed this and was it ever an original HMS Victory designer intention.
  3. I bought something similar. It was garbage. Blades are too weak to work on wood.
  4. Mamoli designers did not consider my crewmen going to toilet room but I had to.
  5. It must be at least two dimensions as long as it is spoken of a long profile: 2 mm x 5 mm or 2 mm x 2 mm. This profile is as long as they can sell - 500 mm or 750 mm or 1000 mm
  6. I see. Thanks. I am only familiar with 3D modelling software as Solid Works, Inventor and Catia. For solid works I have a hands on knowledge of. Use it constantly at work.
  7. Hi, I am confused with some terms as " walk-thru 3-D model " and "blender". Could you explain what you mean?
  8. No problem. I hope this will be easier than cutting rounds from square sheets.
  9. Sorry. Here you go: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07Q1YGGR6/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  10. I found nothing wrong with going much easier way: https://www.amazon.ca/your-orders/pop/ref=ppx_yo_mob_b_pop?_encoding=UTF8&gen=canonical&lineItemId=klsgqtjntmnqqny&orderId=701-5342581-0490629&packageId=1&returnSummaryId=&returnUnitIndices=&shipmentId=DB92LbN71
  11. Thanks Gregory. Scale should not matter. Just different tools.
  12. Working on those prow beautifying brackets I had to have engineered and made as kit idea of doing this is depressing.

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