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  1. Here in Catalonia I arrived a few days ago. Although there are only slightly more than 300 serious cases (out of a population of 7 million), today the decision has been made to suspend any school or university activity in order to control the expansion, although more than 80% of the population will experience COVID-19 like another flu, the risk is in the ancients and people with serious illnesses. Most public events where more than 1000 people can gather have been suspended, although I think that as long as 1000 to 100 meet, the contagion is the same. Teleworking has been advised whenever possible and staggered entry to companies to avoid crowds on public transport. The toilet paper is a mystery to most of the people who have not panicked. Fernando
  2. I am sorry to read this, although we do not know each other and from a distance receives my support. Your publications have been a source of inspiration for me. Fernando
  3. Hi You can find a lot of information searching in Google Turtle Ship in Korean: 거북선 You need to use google translate. Regards Belco
  4. Last Valentine's Day, it was my 34th anniversary in XEROX, as a service engineer, although some times me handle other functions within the company. Today repairing machines for high-volume printing. I started my steps in Barcelona (with all my hair and no glasses) continue to Valencia (11 years), Palma of Majorca (7 years) and back to Barcelona (Bald and wearing glasses). Earlier, at a young age, working in the maintenance and installation of radio transmitters for taxis, police, etc. And much further back as an errand boy in a neighborhood store. Regards Belco
  5. Planes of Santa Maria, there are as many as authors. At that time in Spain no plans were made, and were built according to the intuition of the "master of ax." I put two images, one from the Museu Maritim de Barcelona a plan prepared at the beginning of the last century and a plan of an Italian author. I hope you will be helpful. Regards Belco
  6. A distributor of Seville (Spain), sells strips edged in darker wood, for example, ayous edged in black lime. Or strips slotted to insert a dark thread simulating caulking. This can provide new ideas for caulking. The web address is: http://www.modelwood.net/tienda/cubiertas-calafateadas/ Belco
  7. Hello: I do not buy it, because I have no place to put it, but you can see some pictures and size on the official website of Occre, are only in Castilian (Spanish) but you can translate it with Google. http://www.occre.com/herramientas/mueble-taller-portatil.html#!prettyPhoto With pictures, you can get an idea of the size and if practical. regards Belco
  8. You can use tin as shown in the link below: http://gabierschimeriques.free.fr/modelisme/canon.htm In the articles section, there is a process of construction in resin: http://modelshipworldforum.com/ship-model-casting-and-resin-techniques.php In fimo or sculpey is very difficult to finish all equals. Belco
  9. If you search in google for the name of the files, you casually find in Russian and Turkish forums. 1022_sheet_1_model.pdf 1022_sheet_2_model.pdf 1056_sheet_1_model.pdf 1056_sheet_2_model.pdf Sadly, without citing the source of files Belco
  10. FANS Parts of a cheap fan, bought in a Chinese bazaar, can simulate ornamentation. Belco

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