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Mau

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About Mau

  • Birthday 04/18/1965

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    São Paulo
  • Interests
    Modeling, traveling, books, movies.

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    mau123oli4@yahoo.com.br

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  1. Hi Gaetan, Fantastic job!!! It seems like a computer drawing but it made of wood. very precise. Congratulations!!
  2. Congratulations Ed !! It was an almost live course in ship modeling. I learned a lot. Thanks. Greetings. Mauricio
  3. Gaetan, you are a master! What a precise work. So many details. The photos are the icing on the cake. So sharp and clear. Very good! Congratulations !!! Mauricio
  4. Hi Mike, I'm a little late, just now I've been able to see all of your log. Great job! Congratulations!! I have a question: How did you calculate the amount of wood needed? Is there a simple rule or do you calculate by the plans? Like 3 boards of 3", 4 boards of 6", etc.? Greetings Mauricio
  5. Congratulations Karl!! Another superb model!!!
  6. Wunderbar!!! Congratulations Karl. What a model!!!
  7. Perfect Karl. I like these "how-to" pictures. Congratulations!!!! 67/5000
  8. Hi Ed, I just updated with the latest posts and, although I expected great photos, I was delighted. So much care in details. Beautiful!! I love it when you put photos of the parts being made. Inspiring work. Greetings Mauricio
  9. Wow!!!! Wunderbar Karl. Your work is an inspiration. Do you make joints with chisels or with machines? Greetings
  10. Hi Karl, Photos still not showing for me. Using also Chrome
  11. Hi Karl, What a pity. I sympathize with you. I hope only this model has been damaged. Good luck with the rebuilding. Regards Mauricio
  12. Hi Gaetan, Viewing the pieces on 1/24 is very enlightening. And I especially like when the photos are taken at the time of making. Perfect !! Greetings. Mauricio
  13. Hi Gaetan. Great Job!!!! It looks like you're going to do a lot of sanding and very soon. Let me know about the performance of your new Trend Helmet. Greetings Mauricio
  14. Superb Gaetan! You did like you were walking in the park. I suppose for the sides you just hold the wood upright. Very enlightening! I hope you make more videos of your techniques. Helps a lot. Thank you! Mauricio
  15. Gaetan, simply amazing! I've been away for a few weeks and suddenly your model already has the skeleton almost fitted. I liked your frame building optimization system. I confess I would love to see a short film of your milling machine jig in operation. Good luck with your new project. Regards Mauricio

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