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Bugra

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  1. Michael, nothing to say for your metal work. Just shocking! Thanks! Bugra.
  2. Impressive Luca! Please keep moving on this amazing work. Very sharp and clean! Thanks for sharing with us. Can't wait for new photos Cheers, Bugra.
  3. Wow, just saw this post. Welcome to the MSW Doğan. You're doing great, step by step and careful. Please, keep pictures coming. I wish you good luck during the way to the success Merhaba Doğan Abi, burada gördüğüme sevindim. Çok güzel gidiyor, ellerine sağlık. Daha fazla fotoğraf bekliyoruz Başarıya giden yolda bol şans Bugra.
  4. Tony, You've great building log. Very detailed and explanied every step well. Thanks for sharing with us. Carriages and that cannon! Fantastic work done here Bugra.
  5. Looking good Kutay. I strongly don't recommend usin CA for planking. There are several reasons for this. First of all, it may dry fast but causes lots of time loosing while sanding.. If you make any mistake, there is no time for fix it. Exteremely Unhealty etc.. White wood glue is best for planking. Anyway, keep it up. Good luck with sanding & putty process
  6. Hey Nenad, Fore deck bulkwark looks great ! Share us the test results please, excited about planking Cheers, Bugra.
  7. Amazing work done well again Ed. Really inspriational log you're doing. Thanks for sharing again! And congratulations. Bugra.
  8. Welcome back Greg. Unfortunately forum had some issues. For more information please check the link below, http://modelshipworld.com/index.php?/topic/187-all-the-content-on-the-site-was-lost-we-need-to-start-from-scratch/ And of course she look great! Please share more detailed pictures with us. Bugra.
  9. Hey Nils ; To be honest, there is nothing to say, even a word. Just, you have really incredible blacksmith skills. Wow, just a big WOW.. Bugra.
  10. Oh, I didn't notice that company in Germany.. Sure it's worth to give it a try, thanks for warn Doug!
  11. Hey there! Just found these CA glue applicators. It's hard to get for me since being in Turkey. But may be useful for someone Check the link below. http://www.uschivdr.com/products-in-detail/ca-glue-applicator/ And with this note made me smile ; " Easy cleaning with Acetone or an open Flame, like a candle for instance.:-) Please dont do this at the same time, ok? Thank you. :-) " Cheers, Bugra.
  12. Wow, Russ.. Thinking how did I miss this beauty. She looks great and that deck, amazing work done! Keep it up please. Bugra.
  13. Thank you Sinan, hope this gives a little idea about it. While waiting for couplin made some paint work. I love black! Now, the power source looks like this. Cheers, Bugra.
  14. Hey Kutay ; Good looking for a start. I wish you good luck with your build. I'll one the follow with an interest. Bugra. Başarılar.
  15. Hey Stan ; I think there is only one way to learn this. Live & Learn Anyway, new drafts may have better results. The other alternative, is bread & butter style. Guess, will have more accurate with vertical and horizontal lines. But, If I were you, I act, as the plans drawn without plankings. If it's wrong there is a chance to remove margin with a litte sanding. Bugra.
  16. Hey Grant , She is real beauty. Show us more about her, please Bugra.
  17. Hey Nenad ; I can understand what you feeling about your loss. Few years ago, I've learned that I need to protect my tools. During those days, when I need something, always found it in elsewhere. They were broken, warped, used on heavy duty work. From now, I draw a line line hard him between my tools. Kids ? Oh, no.. It's my DAD! Cheers, Bugra.
  18. Hey Jud, Up side will have some holes for air access. In to do list for tomorrow. I've used that transformer before with same motor, did not noticed any heat problem. But we will see of course If I need a cooler, a PC fan will be fine I guess. And have enough space for this upgrade. Thanks for looking in and your important advice. Bugra.
  19. Hey there ; Actually I don't like using any power tools while modelling. But I guess this is a must for future projects. Sometimes sanding is not enough I was thinking this project for a long time. So, decided to get to work on this. I didn't draw any plan or sth. Everything is in my mind. Sorry for this. PART 1 - Power Source First of all, I need a power source. After thinking, making it "universal" is the best. I mean, for all the future hand made power machines I will use this source. I have very nice 18V Johnson Motor, this will be my babe... Motor, is
  20. Nils, Really can't say a word about what you done! Amazing. Those deck rims.. Stunning! Do you have any close up photos for those beauties ? Bugra
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