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About Moab

  • Birthday 06/08/1943

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    Chicago, IL
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    Music, reading, model building (ships, planes, furniture.

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  1. Clark; thanx for posting. Keep us posted as you work with the saw...Moab
  2. Chris; the Byrnes saw is by far the best small table saw available...Moab
  3. Thank you for posting your this project. A true work of outstanding craftsmanship. Where can I get more information on miniature scale building...Moab
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    Kondzik; I saw a model of a COG at the San Diego, California maritime museum and decided to build one if I found a kit. I found a Dusek kit and I'm about half finished. Your model is fantastic!!! I will learn a lot from your great photos. Thank you for posting them...Moab
  5. As a tool nut I'm always checking out various sites. In my other life I built guitars and the best online site for luthier tools is Stewart-MacDonald (stewmac.com). I've been using sewing needles glued in a dowel rod to apply ca glue. On the Stewmac site I found "Glue Loppers". I've used only one of the smaller size for about a month cleaning it with a lit match when needed. In my opinion they're great. They may be better than needles because they are very thin. They cost about $14 for 12. A bit pricey but I'm hooked...Moab
  6. Thomas; the perseverance payed off in spades. Great model!! Thanx for all the great photos...Moab
  7. Tony; WOW! Really beautiful. If you're looking for some reference on masting and rigging you might want to check out the Panart Armed Launch. I think there's a build on this forum or go to Google Images and input "Panart Armed Launch...Moab
  8. Beautiful craftsmanship! Your "step by step" of the planking is very helpful to this rookie...Moab
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    Looks great. It was one of my first projects and yours Is about 100 times nicer. Don't worry about the timeline. Life has a way of changing priorities. Any idea what your next project will be?...Moab
  10. Thanks SpyGlass. Yup! Across the grain or perpendicular to the grain. I'm going to try the microwave first. Thanx again...Moab
  11. Can someone point in the direction of how to bend planks across the grain. ...Moab

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