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  1. Saludos cordiales Mark… así lo haré, disculpa mi descuido. Liberto Greetings colleagues ... thanks for seeing my work. I am already preparing to make the chains of the beams, normally these rings are not welded, I have had the opportunity to check it ... there are many and extraordinary modellers who simply match the connection of the wire once it is bent, with the socket for its accommodation in the table, it is very strong and cannot be seen ... they can pass as a soldier. I wanted to complicate it a little more and I have soldered them. Then I pass some images where you can see the process that I have carried out, First I form a spring with cooked brass wire, in this case 1m / m and with a rotaflex and a small disk ... and in this way I remove the rings. Once soldered I review only the solder, and immerse them in white vinegar for cleaning ... two minutes is enough to soften the dirt, then you pass them through a wire brush and very quickly they look like gold. I have prepared a small tool and it has been very helpful. Later I will present the rest of the hardware. As always, health and well-being for all ... Take care of yourself! Liberto
  2. Saludos compañeros…gracias por ver mi trabajo. Ya estoy preparando para hacer los cadenotes de las vigotas, normalmente estas argollas no van soldadas, he tenido ocasión de comprobarlo… son muchos y extraordinarios los modelistas que simplemente hacen coincidir el empalme del alambre una vez doblado, con el encastre para su alojamiento en la mesa, queda muy fuerte y no se ve… pueden pasar como soldado. Yo he querido complicarlo un poco más y las he soldado. Ha continuación paso unas imágenes donde podéis ir viendo el proceso que he llevado, Primeramente formo un muelle con alambre de latón cocido, en este caso 1m/m y con un rotaflex y un pequeño disco… y de esta manera voy sacando los aros. Una vez soldados repaso solo la soldadura, y los sumerjo en vinagre blanco para limpieza… dos minutos es suficiente para que ablande la suciedad, a continuación los pasáis por un cepillo de alambre y muy rápidamente se quedan que parecen de oro. He preparado un pequeño útil y me ha sido de gran ayuda. Más adelante os presentare el resto de los herrajes. Como siempre salud y bienestar para todos…Cuidaros¡¡¡ Liberto
  3. Saludos compañeros... os paso imágenes de la preparación y colocación de los imbornales. Liberto.
  4. Saludos compañeros ... sigo con la construcción y montaje del "mascarón", representando a Miguel que junto con Rafael y Gabriel, eran los tres arcángeles de la "Santísima Trinidad" (Paso imágenes) Liberto
  5. Saludos compañeros ... paso imágenes de la construcción del tajamar. Liberto.
  6. Un saludo Michael... eres muy generoso. Gracias Liberto
  7. Mi participacion en el 1º Encuentro Internacional de Modelismo Naval "Rochefort 2018" (Francia)
  8. We continue with new images ... Seguimos con nuevas imágenes...
  9. Dear colleagues, thank you for your generous comments ... I am here again, and I hope to be more constant in sending images of the advances that are taking place. We are trying at all times to get as close as possible to the image that this emblematic ship could offer in the period of time between the last reform carried out in Carraca (Cádiz 1797 and its sad end in the Battle of Trafalgar 1805. I pass you some images ... Health and well-being for all ... take care of yourself. Estimados compañeros, gracias por vuestros generosos comentarios... estoy aquí de nuevo, y espero ser más constante a la hora de enviar imágenes de los adelantos que se van produciendo. Estamos tratando en todo momento de aproximar al máximo a la imagen que pudo ofrecer este emblemático navío en el período de tiempo comprendido entre la última reforma llevada a cabo en la Carraca (Cádiz 1797 y su triste final en la batalla de Trafalgar 1805. Os paso unas imágenes ... Salud y bienestar para todos ... cuidaros.
  10. Best regards Alex ... it is a great joy to see this extraordinary work. Health, happiness and long life so that you continue doing these wonders, and that we can be happy admiring them. A hug Liberto Saludos cordiales Alex… es una gran alegría poder ver este extraordinario trabajo. Salud, felicidad y larga vida para que continúes haciendo estas maravillas, y que nosotros podamos ser felices admirándolas. Un abrazo Liberto
  11. Hello Ferarr thank you always so generous friend, greetings companions of modelshipworld. I have prepared the double wheel of rudder, this time I used ivory red wood, I had not used it and it is very similar to the box of the Pyrenees, in the lathe it works very well, in the circular saw it is somewhat harder and it is convenient to have Cut sharply cutting discs or use a new one. I pass some images, greetings Liberto Un abrazo amigo Fernado
  12. Hi mate ... extraordinary work I congratulate you. A hug Liberto Hola compañero… extraordinario trabajo te felicito. Un abrazo Liberto
  13. Hello albert, I see your work and I dream of doing something like that when I grow up, it is extraordinarily beautiful what you are getting. With all my respect and admiration, a hug Liberto
  14. Hello colleagues, I continue to pass new images, as you can see I am preparing the deck of the forecastle, and also preparing the distribution in the fortress of the cabins, chapel, and main chamber. Soon I will pass new images, greetings Liberto

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