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Le Gros Ventre by marsalv - 1:48 - POF

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Looks terrific !  I notice a lot of Russian Modelers use Black Hornbeam instead of Ebony.  Is it easier to work with - it certainly looks great.

Thanks,

Chris

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Your work is an inspiration to someone who has completed this model by hand without the knowledge and skill to use my milling machine (Sterling). It took 12 years, having started with the original group and Gerard Delacroix’s guidance. Your wonderful results make me want to start all over again. Are you using a CNC SYSTEM? I’d love to see how you make those complex bevels on the hawse timbers and reproduce them for the opposite side!!

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Thank you guys for all your likes😉.

To hdrinker: CNC milling maschine was used mainly for cutting of frames. But the beveling had to be done manually. Beveling of hawse timbers was somewhat more complicated.

Aft, all the bulkheads are now completed.

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