unfortunately it is only possible to give "one" like - but your post about treenailing deserves much more !
Many thanks for the detailed personal experience, which I can fully underline.
It is very good and detailed tutorial and should be saved in an general area.
Therefore I kindly ask you to copy your post in this area within a new topic:
Absolutely right Uwe. All the deck beams and carlings are composed of three laminations. The only difference is that all the parts are milled out, rather than laseredVery accurate work - great work of a very good kit.
Did I see it correctly: are every beam and carling made out of 3 parts, so the notches for the carlings and the ledges are not cut out, but prepared by the laser of the outside two parts?
I have the same system with my La Salamandre .....
Mike,Ted - I am curious... do you have any idea of the total number of hours you put into this build??
I am not sure if I am the correct Jim, (lately, we get more Jim's, the more the better! YAY ) But I like the idea of Jig's party. We should get a mini competition on our forum for the best, useful jig. We will encourage mates to submit their jigs and whoever's gets most votes (likes, loves) will be the winner and like the price, gets logo or tag: Master of Jig!!Mike, Dave, Uwe, Jim, and others
Thanks for your replies - maybe we should form a jig party at the next election - would probably be of more interest than what we're going to get!