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Kudin, thanks for that lesson. I have used ordinary nuts to convert square to round in the past but that does not work if you want leave part of it square, only if to turn down the entire length. With your die method I see you can do the ends and finish with a tidy square face. Good stuff.

 

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Hi Kudin,

you are doing a fantastic job.
I think your instructions are excellent. For that I would like to thank and hope that you continue to show us your work.

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On 8/24/2019 at 6:04 PM, dvm27 said:

Your use of dies to reduce round stock is new me. Very useful.

 

On 8/24/2019 at 7:25 PM, bruce d said:

Kudin, thanks for that lesson...

 

On 8/25/2019 at 2:56 PM, archjofo said:

Hi Kudin,

you are doing a fantastic job.
I think your instructions are excellent. For that I would like to thank and hope that you continue to show us your work.

 

On 8/25/2019 at 6:59 PM, firedog5213 said:

That is one sexy ship

 

Thanks for the kind words! :cheers:

 

On 8/24/2019 at 7:25 PM, bruce d said:

...I have used ordinary nuts to convert square to round in the past but that does not work if you want leave part of it square, only if to turn down the entire length. With your die method I see you can do the ends and finish with a tidy square face. Good stuff.

 

I would try with a regular nut if I didn’t have such a set ...

 

The nut lays on the plane, and is fixed. An electric screwdriver rotates a slightly prepared part (counterclockwise!) Until the part abuts against the plane on which the nut lies ...

 

I think it would have turned out, albeit not so smoothly and beautifully. The nut does not have empty spaces for collecting chips.

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Hello! ;) The ends of the axles are reinforced with rings ...
So that the wheels do not fly off, wedges are set.

 

 

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20 hours ago, Reg said:

Another brilliant video!  Thank you so much.

 

Greg

 

19 hours ago, paulsutcliffe said:

Hi Kudin

Beautiful work, i have just watched all your videos and love the work/Jigs/Proksson drill

Regards

Paul

 

17 hours ago, noel_colledge said:

I love your videos Kudin. Thank you for sharing your build tips. I look forward to learning more from you. Glad to see your little furry friend keeps you in line and focused on the job.

 

Noel.

Greg. Paul. Noel...

Thanks so much for your words! :cheers:

17 hours ago, dvm27 said:

Perhaps I missed it in the videos but where did your cannon come from? I assume they were cast.

Greg. The guns were cast long ago ... I just didn’t advertise them. ;)

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22 hours ago, stuglo said:

Amazingly good, truly professional work and so kind to share with us. An Inspiration

I am glad when my work is in demand ... :) Thank you! :cheers:

 

 

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Hey Andrey,
I've been watching your vidoes for some time now. You are a fantastically good model maker. You build extremely precise and with ingenious tricks you make the greatest details.
I have already learned a lot from you, and I would like to thank you for allowing us to participate in your model making.

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thank you for sharing these.

Apart from the obvious quality of your work, I particularly like the use of the tools. You might have a very sophisticated workshop, but I see you work with tools any modeler might have.

The skill makes the difference.

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On 11/9/2019 at 8:54 PM, archjofo said:

Hey Andrey,
I've been watching your vidoes for some time now. You are a fantastically good model maker. You build extremely precise and with ingenious tricks you make the greatest details.
I have already learned a lot from you, and I would like to thank you for allowing us to participate in your model making.

 

On 11/9/2019 at 10:01 PM, Ponto said:

Great techniques and workmanship!!! Thanks for sharing.

 

On 11/10/2019 at 12:25 AM, Reg said:

Best video yet!  Very entertaining.

 

On 11/12/2019 at 5:09 AM, Jorge Diaz O said:

 Is perfect!!!!

 

On 11/12/2019 at 1:00 PM, DavidG said:

thank you for sharing these.

Apart from the obvious quality of your work, I particularly like the use of the tools. You might have a very sophisticated workshop, but I see you work with tools any modeler might have.

The skill makes the difference.

 

On 11/12/2019 at 3:16 PM, Tim Moore said:

Cool! Perfection. It is such a pleasure to see your craftsmanship, and how you execute every detail.

I am grateful to all of you, Dear Friends, for your words and support! :cheers:

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