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About Ondras71

  • Birthday 03/30/1971

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  1. Thank you Tigersteve. I used a 1.1 mm Proxxon blade, but it is thick. Waiting for 1 mm. So far it has been a system test.⚒️ O.
  2. Thank you Ccoyle!! I continue on the waterway, I changed the width of 5 mm to 4 mm in the width of the deck boards.. Waterway with pins and glued .. and cleaned drain holes .. Production of hinges for doors and gun gates .. New toy to study ..
  3. Glued deck base.. Drain in waterway.. Tack block.. The exact lower diameters of the masts were measured according to the book History Ship Model - WzM..
  4. After closing the main deck I found out that some equipment could be seen through the cannon openings. Made pumps and chimney. Capstan will be made later.. Furthermore, holes have been created for the Halyard knighthead.. Rowking on waterway ..
  5. Thank you all, I am grateful for your feedback.. Ondras Already glued lower cannons.. Next will be the main deck, preparing frames gratings.. Mainly cannons stored, blackened and placed at the end of construction ..
  6. continue waxing .. First exam work on gratings ..
  7. Thank you very much for "Like"!!😀 Further work on Gunport lids.. Added visible forging of cannon carts.. First gun port with lids ..
  8. Test of brass nails 0,4 mm .. Each cannon has 67 nails ..O.
  9. Another big step for me, waxing the hull around the guns ..O.
  10. Gun hatches.. still nails.. Cannon trucks waxed ..
  11. Cannon barrel finished, placed on the carriages under the deck .. Below deck measurements..
  12. Thank you very much Peter Cane!! These cannon barrels will be stored under the deck, the rear will not be visible.. Gun barrels ready .. O.
  13. Thank you very much Backer!! Final work on large cannon barrels.. O.

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