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Roter Löwe 1597 by Ondras71

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On 12/9/2019 at 10:53 PM, Peter Cane said:

I am getting out of the way of that one!

You must be having a lot of joy making the cannons.

Taper turning can be a pig when on repitition.

Excellently executed.

Pete

Thank you very much Peter Cane!!

 

Start of mass production ..:default_wallbash:O.

 

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You have even stepped the plank levels for " elevation."

I am an ex army gun fitter so I appreciate things " gunnery"

Commendable my dear friend.

I often wonder what the words of command were from the gunnery officer..

Some thing like " lower plank "" ...or " middle plank " elevation.

I am so impressed.

You have really thought this out.

They will need recoil ropes!!!

Superb!!!

Pete

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Ondras,

Very nice work on this model.  I have this on my list of possible future builds.  Your work is pushing this model higher up on my list.  Keep up the great work and keep sharing pics.

Tom

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Thank you Ccoyle!! :)

 

I continue on the waterway, I changed the width of 5 mm to 4 mm in the width of the deck boards..

 

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Waterway with pins and glued .. and cleaned drain holes ..

 

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Production of hinges for doors and gun gates ..

 

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New toy to study ..

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12 hours ago, Tigersteve said:

Everything is coming along nicely! What type of saw blade did you use for the gratings?

Steve

Thank you Tigersteve.:) I used a 1.1 mm Proxxon blade, but it is thick. Waiting for 1 mm. So far it has been a system test.⚒️ O.

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