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Hello,

Before starting reading this, sorry about my poor English skill.

 

I'm a wooden ship modeller which is considered most rare hobbiest in South Korea. Because of super thin community in SK, I had a lot of help from this forum when I built my ships. Thank you.

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I began with the Artesania endeavour longboat, and the most recent ship I completed was the Artesania King of the Mississippi. Currently I'm building a 'la recouvrance' from the Soclaine.

 

The reason I decided to join this foreign community is that I want to share my technic regarding unventable tungsten reinforced mast to everyone. I searched several times related with my technic, but there were no topics related with it. I want to open the technic to everyone and receive feedbacks from worldwide modellers to improve it.

 

I'm a newbie modeller, so my most activities will be reading or searching topics, but I hope you people enjoy my pictures when I finish each ships.

 

Thank you for reading, and happy new lunar year. 

masa

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Masa, welcome to MSW. You are not alone now!

Your comments about mast methods sound interesting and the stern-wheeler looks good.

Regards,

Bruce

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15 minutes ago, bruce d said:

Masa, welcome to MSW. You are not alone now!

Your comments about mast methods sound interesting and the stern-wheeler looks good.

Regards,

Bruce

Thanks Bruce.

 

I purchased the kit on the eBay under $100, but the parts were missing! 

I had to buy CNC machine from china which costs $80, studied how to use it, and made the wheels from plastic panels. :)

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