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NIce work on the brass, Cabrapente.  It looks like where the play is coming from on the right side of the nut (last photo of lathe).  Is there a locking screw on the tailpiece that you can loosen and push it in further? 

 

The red line I drew shows that the whole assembly is loose.  To the right of that line appears to be a set or lock screw. The white arrow is a mistake, I meant to point to the screw.

 

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NIce work on the brass, Cabrapente.  It looks like where the play is coming from on the right side of the nut (last photo of lathe).  Is there a locking screw on the tailpiece that you can loosen and push it in further? 

 

The red line I drew shows that the whole assembly is loose.  To the right of that line appears to be a set or lock screw. The white arrow is a mistake, I meant to point to the screw.

 

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I removed the chuck and glad to see that people are more clumsy than me. hehe.
chuck, was placed on half-nut, unthreaded, and gripped by a rivet.
the other half of the nut, which has a different pitch, was threaded, with a kind of glue.
I want to look for a new chuck between. I do not know is if I have to bring the piece to pass him a tap.

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well today I finally reached the booklet fleuron him in Spanish. instead of changing them has been better send me a new one.

planes, are far more detailed than the belle.

but the monograph, are very brief.

what I have seen, are basically, explanations of the plans, and measures of each piece.

is not the expected step of mounting the rigging.

I think because this model is not for novices.

assumes that one knows riding gear.

Nor any photos or bound in the booklet as the belle.

frames, drawn whole were coming. I've saved from calcarlas.

I photocopying 4 times each.

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I have doubts.

measures of the planes, not interpret the law.

in the picture where you see the hawse from above, has drawn where it begins and ends each bond.

I do not get it pass to the plane.

vertically, much more open.

specifying. not that thick to give each bond.

how easy it would be, do wedges corresponding grades, forming a block of 90 degrees, cuaderana solaparlo the one hand and by the keel on the other, and desbastarlo.

but I want to do it properly.

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October 14: good ship will be in dry dock time.

last Friday, the way to work, I fell off my bike, breaking four ribs, a collarbone and a beautiful pneumothorax. oh and some bruises.

Well I'm back home and I'll settle for more photos and purchase information through internet.

greetings to all.
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I have a question. I think the sleepers are what I outlined in yellow.

and I also think that the bath is drawn singing, with the stripped portion in the center line, which is the most I've drawn alta.y orange, bao serious tip, where support for the sleeper .

Do I have reason? appreciate any explanation. thanks

cabrapente

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I got two tables, with the profile of the central frames.

there I put the copy of the frame to mount.

powerful rapier, I placing and pasting each piece, starting from the center and respecting the silhouette.

hit while the second frame, dried first.

as the frames are smaller, cut them tables, so you can always put the clamps.

a greeting

cabrapente.

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According to the drawing plane, on the edge of the frame, is the union between ligations, floors and genoles.

the cuaderna28, is marked as a teacher.

but it is between 29 and 30, which changes the meaning and what are the genoles face.

or at least that's what I did.

between frame 52 and 53, does the same, but face the floors.

I realized that later but just to see if I misread the plans.

a greeting

cabrapente

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