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  1. Dear Fellows, I have difficulty to interpret the "fish hook-number" written by hand in many numbers of the inventory attached. I 'd appreciate your help to proceed my build of the af Chapman cutter. best regards cotrecerf
  2. Dear all, I proud to present new series of serving machines - SM4. Full details on Shipworkshop.com Video to come. What's new: Fully redesigned and improved. New "rail" design allows you to move cheeks to any desired position along the length of the machine. Special design allows you to serve extra long ropes with or without "endless" option. Optional "endless" rope option for those who do not want to wind ropes up on handles. Motor option is easy mounting and helps you to automate serving process. Symmetrical design for right- and left-hand operators. Out-of-box ready for using. All operations are similar to my previous serving machines: serving ropes, making beckets, stropping blocks, making eye-splices, laying seizings, making stay mouse (diamond knot), other jobs where one rope is to be wound round the other.
  3. Dear friends, I proud to present next version of endless rope making machine (video to come soon): https://shipworkshop.com/products/tools/pl-3.2-endless-rope-making-machine PL 3.2 Endless rope making machine with traverse Fully automated ropewalk with traverse (rope making machine). Minimal control is needed. Basic features PL Endless rope making machine with traverse ("PL machine") is intended for making professional model ropes: 2-, 3- or 4-stranded; With/without the core; Plain laid or cable laid; Left or right lay. What's new: PL = Planetary ropewalk. New version of former ropewalk "Planetary". New traverse unit. New Smart Control Unit v3.0 Endless means extra long result ropes. User manuals: PL Endless rope making machine Smart Control Unit v.3.0
  4. Dear friends, I proud to present next version of rope making machine (video to come soon): https://shipworkshop.com/products/tools/vr-31-rope-making-machine VR 3.1 Rope making machine (HD adaptable rope making machine. Former Ropewalk "Prosak") What's new: VR = Vertical ropewalk. New version of former ropewalk "Prosak". No need to reassemble for 3- or 4-stranded ropes. Can be secured on both horizontal and vertical surfaces. HD adaptable. Can be transformed into HD (Horizontal Design) machine. Not yet available. There are notches on the machine that will help to mark screw holes for securing the machine. Here is user's manual: VR31.pdf
  5. Dear friends, would like to present Ultimate Rigging Tool kit which includes my rigging tools but for the special price. This kit includes (click the links for more details): Ropewalk Planetary 3.1 Serving Machine 2.6 + "endless" option ropewalk Prosak 3.0 - free bonus What you could do with this kit: -make different authentic rigging lines for you models: 2-, 3- or 4-stranded, with/without the core, plain laid or cable laid, left or right lay. -serve ropes, make beckets, strop blocks, make eye-splices, lay seizings, make stay mouse (diamond knot) and do other jobs where one rope is to be wound round the other. Why there are two ropewalks? -Planetary and Prosak complement each other. Planetrary is very useful for making long 0.2-1.2mm regular ropes which are many on a model. Prosak is super tool for making special ropes like thick cables. Free shipping. For more details on pricing - please contact me directly I have also special offer for returned customers. regards, Alexey
  6. Hi !!! Can Any one please teach me on how to make Modern Yachts ropes ,like the attached picture...??? Thanks for the trouble...!!! Best Regards Carlos da Costa
  7. I am at the stage of my build of starting to rig my San Francisco II. I started with the forward mast stay. It went better than I thought it would but in the end, after waxing and even flaming over a candle to fry off the frizz, they still have frizz... less but more than i wanted or expected. Lets just say from 10 feet away it looks great... upon close inspection it needs a shave I'm using AL supplied threads. I bought some needle point thread from Hobby Lobby and it has less frizz mostly since it's a cotton blend but some fuzz still exists. Is there something better? Is one company the go-to for thread/ropes? On websites pictures they all look good... So, what am I doing wrong or what am I not buying?
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