La Belle 1/36 - Plan by Jean Boudriot / myself

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Hello Uwe,
thanks for the interest in my project. I built a lot of frames and the stern. I have a lot of problems with the rabbet. I can´t find a good solution for me.
This problem slows down the whole project. I´m waiting for a 60 degree milling cutter to continue with any tests.

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Hi Maarten,

its a mixture of components. I think there is no existing All-in-wonder-system from a manufacturer.
The mill-unit is the proxxon BFB 2000. i think it is very good.
The table is from Wabeco/Germany. The benfit here is the long x/y. But the precision is not the best. But for my skill it works.
The motor is from Kress.
The vice is from Röhm. It´s worth every penny ! A very good tool.


To put the table on the mill-unit you need a adapter. The Nut-System is different.

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Thanks @Uwek ,

The rabbet was my Iwo Jima. In German you call this solution "Mut der Verzweiflung". The dealer sent me a lot of wood for testing. But the Elsbeere is very similar with my pear. There is no difference. I am looking for a much darker pear. The big block is Weissbuche.
 

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Thanks @Uwek ,

The rabbet was my Iwo Jima. In German you call this solution "Mut der Verzweiflung". The dealer sent me a lot of wood for testing. But the Elsbeere is very similar with my pear. There is no difference. I am looking for a much darker pear. The big block is Weissbuche.
I did not see, that there is elsbeere written (blue arrow)........ I thought, that this one with red arrow is the Elsbeere
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and you are absolutely right - the blue arrow Elsbeere is much lighter in color than usual - the red touch is missing
 

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Thanks Knut,
I show what i like to find in the posts from the other modelers. I think its important to share informations. To show only the result for me doesn´t make sense.

Hi @Jimsky take a look here. Do you remember ;-)
 
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