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  1. I've just made my first rope on my new Syren Rope Rocket and thought I'd share my experiences. First thing to say is that I was delighted with the result. I'd had a little previous experience with the more basic 'handraulic' version from Model Expo so I had some idea how to make rope, but even so I was surprised just how well my first efforts turned out. The line on the left was my first effort - three single strands of the t
  2. Dear All, I proud to present my new PL4 series rope making machines. How to operate on YouTube Full details on ShipWorkshop.com Basic features 2-, 3- or 4-stranded; With/without the core; Plain laid or cable laid; Left or right lay. Series members PL4-3: 2, 3 strands, no core; PL4-4: 2-4 strands, with core. PL3.2 successor; Choosing the right machine Please consider followings choosing the machine: PL4-3 makes 3-strand ropes and cables little bit better and easier than PL4-4.
  3. I acquired two old pencil sharpeners and while looking them over I suddenly saw a ropewalk conversion project in my future. Seems all it needs is an addition to the hub end to connect the three lines. This will not be for some time but thought I'd share the idea and would appreciate any comments. pencil_sharpener_1.mp4
  4. 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.
  5. 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 th
  6. The Syren Rope Rocket is now in stock.... Make your own rope!!! This is the very same machine we make all of our rope with at Syren Ship Model Company. This ropewalk makes rope virtually any length. You can make 3 strand and 4 strand rope. Make left or right hand rope. The Syren Rope Rocket can quickly make tightly laid up rope. Each ropewalk kit comes with one ball of thread you can use while following our online video lessons. Made of sturdy laser cut Cherry wood and steel and stainless steel parts. The rope rocket comes with Delrin gears for a long life.
  7. 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 kno
  8. My daughter shared my love of boats and ships, and to make models for her was the driving force behind why I began building. She was murdered more than a year ago, and with her senseless death, I lost my reason and purpose and passion for modeling. Therefore, I’m letting my Sherline Mill and remainder of desirable books from my book collection go. These are my last few items, and I would like to see them go to members of this great community; therefore, I’ve set prices to help make these last few items more accessible. If you’re serious and interested in the items I
  9. This is a mini review of Alexey Domanoff's Planetary Ropewalk. First, let me say I'm very pleased with the ropewalk and how well it works. I've made a few changes that suite my needs, more on them later. Mine took about a month to arrive from Belarus. Alexey said that normal shipping is seven to ten days, I think the X-mas holidays slowed it down. The machine comes in a flat pack and is to be assembled. I spent about an hour on the assembly of the machine, wanted to be sure not to mess it up. The machine consists of a base plate that is 15 1/2" long, 5" wide, and 5/16" thick, mad
  10. I'm really new to the hobby and just in the first stages or my model (Syren) and I have been getting the specialized tools needed for the hobby. I have noticed that several people on the site say that they have and use a ropewalk; but what's the point? The kit I have looks like it has nice "rope" (string) so why would I need a ropewalk?
  11. Hi, I'm confused by the talk of Z or S twist. I understand the differences, direction. What I don't understand is why? Especially after looking at some pictures of the Victory which I'm about to start. As there are clearly several ropes of each kind same size and same sorts of use. So when would which be used? Or was it a question of which way they ran the machine that day? Or would it normally be one for ropes under a certain diameter and the other for cables? Any help would be gladly received. Izzy
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