Hi Brian. I have those same plans, and books, but at the moment not sure where they are out, the plans that is. I keep most of my plans on a rack next to the ceiling, which keeps them safe and out of the way. I add a photo showing this against the ceiling for you, which might give you a ideal to help store your plans some place. Most of the time I just used the plans of Alfred that I got from the NMM. I do know that Hahn had his on style which is what was probably the biggest help I got in my years of building them. I even wrote to him when I had question. Don't believe we had a computer at that time, and snail mail was the way to go. The internet has really brought us together and has made us a close community that has no distant between us. I for one am happy we have it. Those plans are they in 1/8 or 1/4 scale? If you want to make the warrior bigger just have the plans enlarged for your self. Am not worth a hoot on building them smaller then 1/4 scale. I built the Hancock in that scale and, and lets just say she never got finish. I do keep her because it shows me how much I have grown in studies of them. GaryHi Gary,
I have reverend Romero's full practicum of Warrior the sister ship to Alfred, along with 17 sheets of plans.
Its on my list to build one day. Great work.
Hi Dave. No sir its not a cnc. . What it is, is a DRO, a digital readout, letting me know how deep and how far I move the x y and Z. Very accurate and really helps on the mill. I had one for the lathe but sold the DRO to some one, but not sure who it was at this moment. Garyin post #23 the photo there is a little box off to the left with a XYZ is that a CNC mill?
i know your are thinking of getting a CNC carving machine