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  1. Thank you He'll be on the market as soon as possible
  2. Thank you, Kerry I bought a lot of books related to military uniforms. Many military uniforms are very beautiful Tom
  3. 5-axis CNC 2000$ This price is very cheap, but mainly depends on its parts and processing accuracy. The industrial level is basically more than $10000
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  5. If there were sailors, the warship would be more vivid. .I'll finish some new sailors by the end of May
  6. 3D seaman takes a lot of time from drawing to production, and it's a huge project, which I will continue to increase, including officers, combat status, British, French... These themes are very many, but very fun 1: 64 or 72 percent will be gradually produced, which is very convenient, I haven't started WW1 and WW2 themes yet, which should take a little time. Now the general themes are 1:350 1/64 scale warships, super huge👍
  7. Thank you very much, I have a good time these days. These sailors will bring more fun to the model, make the model more vivid and energetic Tom
  8. Hello I agree with you. If you use pear wood or yellow poplar wood, it is the best. But there is also a major problem is the cost. The price of pear wood and boxwood will be much more expensive than that of cherry wood, especially boxwood. The material utilization rate is very low The second is processing. The density of pear wood and boxwood is much more expensive than cherry, so they can only be processed by CNC So that's what I'm thinking about. I hope the price won't be too expensive,
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