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On my last 2 scratch build ships I have guessed the thickness of the different types of rope used. Now that I am working on the Fluit, the Zeehaen, I think that guesstimating the thickness of rope is out of the question. Is there a formula one uses to figure out how the thickness of rope is calculated? For example : x = scale of the ship y = real size of the ship z = thickness of rope Taking in account the year and nationality of the ship (1639, Dutch), or this does not matter? I know the scale is important which for the Zeehaen is 1:3
Hi. I found this while looking into designs and methods of thickness sanding. http://www.micromark.com/microlux-drum-thickness-sander,8599.html I know it's not up to Jim's standards but... Has anyone used one ? The design look's good. Bolted down to a bench for sure. Any comments... Regards Antony.