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  1. Top shelf fot the table in progress, lower shelf in progress, sides are done. Closer to the end..
  2. Drawer is end. I finished it with tung oil.
  3. Hi. Thanks. I use the ready OcCre products. It fit good to Vasa model scale. https://www.occre.com/pins-10-mm.html For the wooden pins i use the toothpick.
  4. studding.... For now everything is going with the plan
  5. Main workbench is end. Was 2 shelf and a drawer. And the his place in the workroom.
  6. This my 1st project that type. Next can be better. But that table i made for heavier work than making models I wanted to avoid buckling the countertop... In the previous Bought tables are twisted.... By the way i glue counter top to legs. This need onlky grind, and look corrects. And after i try to make a drawer and the shelf for tools...
  7. All wood i cut manullay. there for the innacuracies. they will disapeer under the belt grinder.
  8. And my try to make glass-case for souvenirs, and in the future maybe for the ship models.... Its my 1st time to make electric circuit....
  9. Hi. Some times ago i try to make a wood casket, here are the effect...

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