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Looks like you all set with Holy wood for upcoming builds! I think you can use some for a desk in your Blandford build cross-section. BTW. how is that build going?
 

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I have holy materials from before that I will use to main / lower deck, Blandford.
The materials that are for drying I dream of building an entire model of, EX Ratlesnake.
It will be a model that is mostly completely white, with elements of black blocks, fittings, bolts ASO.
Blandford, frames finished cut, keel and false keel are ready for bonding, has made a temporary keel
which I will use when adapting the frames in the jig, has also made some materials,
dekksbjelker ASO.
 

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Big table saw.
Height of saw blade, 5 cm, before and after splitting
Big table saw (1).jpgBig table saw (2).jpgBig table saw (3).jpg

Results 3 variants three:
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Again very much waste.
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Finally Proxxon tools.
Now all wood types are adjusted to be used in my Proxxon tool.
sampel`s (4).jpgsampel`s (2).jpgsampel`s (3).jpg

Now I've have cut off branches.
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Here I make samples of 3 types of wood.
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Finished samples I will show in the next post.
I just have to say that this work was very time-consuming and that was extremely mutch waste, maybe 50%.sampel`s (8).jpg
 

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I just have to say that this work was very time-consuming and that was extremely mutch waste, maybe 50%
Is it still worth doing it, Knut? It is your own wood, you don't have to pay a penny...and you can make any size you like! What do you think?
 

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Thanks for your interest Jim, I will probably just finish the split
wood with the latest woods that are now drying.
Now I know at least how much work is required to obtain free materials.
I now have a whole lot of materials at my disposal.
Most of the materials I've made and are going to make are very bright,
More delicate woods I will probably buy on my local sawmill
 
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