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whaynes

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About whaynes

  • Birthday 10/30/1949

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    Walterboro, South Carolina

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  1. I have the opportunity to purchase the Microlux 7 X 16 mini-lathe with several accessories at a good price. How does this compare? Walt
  2. Guys, I am a newcomer to the use of table saws, though I do have the Byrnes saw. How is the saw sled used? What does it add to the basic saw? I have seen many references to using a table saw to cut mortices, tenons, and even rabbets. Is there a reference to or tutorial of these uses? Walt Haynes
  3. What is the best spindle sander for ship modelling? I'm talking bout a dedicate sander, not a set-up for a driil press or mototool. Thanks, Walt Haynes
  4. Thanks for the replies. If a scroll saw is used for cutting frames from 1/4 in. stock, what would be the preferred blade?
  5. I have limited space to work in, so a full-sized scroll saw on a stand is not going to work. Is there a good quality small scroll saw that is suitable, mostly for cutting out frames and other small parts? Proxxon, MicroLux? Thanks, Walt Haynes
  6. Chuck, is there a rigging plan or diagram showing how the anchor and buoy are rigged? I'm somewhat confused by the pictures. Walt Haynes
  7. Chuck, your rigging, particularly the way you secure blocks to spars and rigging, is so neat and without the messy knots one sees on other models. Could you produce a brief tutorial for those of us who are "out in the boondocks" with no local modelers' club to share techniques? Any help would be much appreciated. Walt Haynes Walterboro, SC
  8. Chuck, how did you make those perfect square holes in the bowsprit? It looks fantastic!! Walt
  9. I'm making Cheerful, 1/48th scale. Walt

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