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Altima211

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  • Birthday 09/04/1963

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  1. You can check this in Canada : AL Bounty This is a safe supplier, one of my two preferred in Canada. Michel
  2. The workmate will be used for my next build : Belem. I retained your idea for sure. Thanks to bring it to us
  3. Hi mispeltyoof. I am happy to see your built. Love the idea for your hull stand. I have one of this and do not thinked about using it. Michel
  4. Thank you so much. It is a great project to me to learn the basic skill. I forgot to verify the symetry of the frame at the beginning, what a pain after that to correct it. The hull is a bit more profiled than required. A problem in the height proportion arise because of this and a non-squared issue appeared in the stem (see picture). Very difficult to install the bulwarks on the side of the upper deck too.
  5. Hi Ragove, Thanks for your comment. My work shop was made with 2 x 6 stud and a kind of plastic stuff purchased at Amazon :  Roll over image to zoom in Hopkins 90164 2x4basics Work Bench and Shelving Storage System. Then I used and old office desk table top and some MDF. I also put a Vallejo paint container stand and made some shelves. I recuperated my old thing.
  6. I purchased some small tools (yeah, it is suppose to take only few basic tools… this is hat I tell to my wife. I had to sell my gaming computer for that - flight simulation stuff) : Dremel (micro and 3000 version) Proxxon scroll saw Proxxon micro coupound table Proxxon mini lathe (the kit miss some dowel, to be confirmed later) Proxxon bench vise Gütermann polyester thread of various size and color I forget to tell you that my build is a XVIs Galeon, the San Juan (AL - classic version 18022).
  7. Hi, This is my first build that I want to humbly present to you. My English is not so good, but I am able to understand all your comments. I will post a series of pictures of my work in progress. The ship has been tint with Saman waterbased tint and watersoluble varnish (Saman too) was used for protection and for clear coat. I tinted over varnish in multiple layers given more depth and opaque tints. I used CA glue (Bob Smith) and yellow wood glue (Lepage). I tried to put some pictures, but the server gives me -200 error. So, I will do it gradually. Sorry if I previously put this site on his knee before dinner. Thanks a lot for all the infos delivered by users on this forum. I Baldy had the idea to begin my project before read enough ! So, I had to corrected some mistakes from the beginning. So let me begin my my small workplace in my basement house.
  8. Wow. 270 $ canadian box at amazon.ca. And 24 $ on the web site cited. I knowed one things with this thread : verify the price elswhere before purchasing at Amazon.ca. https://www.amazon.ca/Displays2go-ARTSNH8B-3-Drawer-Charcoal-Drawing/dp/B00KM2C8OM/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=organizer+beechwood+3+drawers&qid=1576116402&sr=8-3
  9. This is a very helpful thread. Thanks for all of you. Now I have a complete set of different difficulty wood boat (San Juan Galeon, Belem and Boutny all from A.L.) and a plastic Trumpeter Douglas A-1j AD7 skyraider that require painting. So thanks again. Michel

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