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AVOS 1806 Tender by greenstone - Master Korabel - 1/72 - TEST

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1 hour ago, greenstone said:

Thanks for the feedback!

We are trying for you, colleagues.

The laser nails deep are half of material - 0.25-0.3mm

That sounds perfect, thanks.

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On 2/4/2019 at 8:42 AM, SpyGlass said:

The Phoenix would benefit from a translation - because everything happens sooo fast - but its such a useful guide with the pictures

The first 13 Phoenix videos now have English subtitles (actually, first 3 don't have any, because there is no voiceover in them). The rest of them are coming soon.

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That is fantastic stuff. Thank you very much. His videos are top and in EN...... UNBEATABLE. 

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17 minutes ago, Peta_V said:

That is fantastic stuff. Thank you very much. His videos are top and in EN...... UNBEATABLE. 

For sure, he is a talented presenter and his videos are very educational and inspiring. I'm happy to help him extend his audience

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