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  1. Hello, everyone. I was looking at the drawing of Le fleuron recently and found a place I didn't understand Most of the port lining is the structure of picture 2, But I found that fleuron's port lining has a groove. Does anyone know what the groove is for?
  2. Yes. Just remove the chamfer and burr, CNC has processed more than 90% of materials
  3. Sorry for the late reply. Vasa will not be a kit. I have no plan to make a kit at present
  4. Yes, the advantage of CNC is to make such complicated parts. He'll take Kits to a new level
  5. OK. I'll contact you as soon as I have any information
  6. Hi Yves Thank you very much for your attention Now most young people are playing video games. There are fewer people making wooden sailboats. Part of the reason is that it's difficult to make. (of most model toys, wooden sailboats are the most difficult to make.) So I think how to reduce the difficulty of making the model so that more people can make a beautiful sailing boat, so that the industry can develop. Hope to have more excellent works Tom
  7. Thank you very much for your attention Hello, my email is: 450449987@qq.com As Mr. chuck said, I'm waiting for Ancre's authorization Once authorized, the product will resume sales Tom
  8. We can get more people involved. After all, most young people are playing video games

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