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Captain Poison

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  • Birthday 09/14/1965

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    Fort Lauderdale,Florida

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  1. I found this site in USA with a selection of domestic and exotic wood (one store located in florida). https://www.rockler.com/wood/domestic-lumber
  2. I went to Fedex Office and I had the same problem printing the plans, I did not return after the second time they printed wrong ... now I build this frigate that is 44 inches long, I think I am in 1:35 scale.(on the right,another frigate,1:48-36 inches)
  3. Price and more information is in the link above
  4. I think this is something you want to check .. https://sanyhome.shop/products/metal-remote-control-tank50-off-freeshipping?fbclid=IwAR1HApQOjQpuH0qrJW_WtCLMKO1DHX7n-W4RROvFZzkKwKS0EbxgSyiBIK4
  5. As always an excellent job, the detail in every corner where you look is incredible...
  6. I had the same problem with blue screens when I ran W7, when I switched to W10, the problems were solved and having a new OS I had many updates and repairs .. Also,I don't know if you guys know but by January 20, 2020 Windows 7 stops receiving support and updates.
  7. if the rotation of the fan blades is reversed, you may not have the desired air ejected forward at 100%.. Most fans have reverse polarity protection. If you hook it up the wrong way it simply does nothing. (we're talking about cooling PC fans?)
  8. Good winds in this project! it's a great frigate with plenty of option for details due the scale.
  9. Excellent work in a beautiful model, the details are perfectly executed highlighting the work even more...very well done KORTES!

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