Modeling timber and wooden strips - by supplier BIBIGON (Sergey Trubchaninov)

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based on an information in one other Topic, I contacted the company BIBIGON, Sergey Trubchaninov, to send me some wooden strips and plate samples.
And I am very pleased what I got......

BTW: Sergey is very well known as a very good modeler, so he knows very well, what and in which quality the modelers need.
See here some posts by Jim, showing the work / tutorials of Sergeys work


BTW2: you can contact Sergey via PM here in SOS, his nickname is @bibigon or directly via mail msservice@list.ru to get an offer
- do not hesitate to contact him and ask any question, he speaks a very good english

He mainly produces strips and plates. The main breeds are pear, hornbeam, walnut, linden, maple.
The length of the strips for pear, maple, linden, walnut is usual 500 mm, for the hornbeam 400 mm.
Width and thickness are variable and can be defined by customer. Usually they order strips, which are necessary.
He is also making cutting custom-made slats / plates, so if you need, for example, 500x6.3x1.2 mm, he can offer

But before you enjoy the photos and take a look at the quality - I want to give one more info:
I checked the given dimensions carefully with my digital caliper - definitely from the start to the end of the strips the same thickness, and a differences only in promille - so very very accurate cut - until now I never got timber which was so exactly cut to the dimensions - In my opinion a highly recommended supplier.
As I know from Sergey, our friend Andrey Kudin is using his teimber of his Le Fleuron, a model which is the best advertidement for the timbers from Sergey (maybe I am also getting a better modeler using his timber ;) )

Now the photos:
from top down stripes of white hornbeam, black hornbeam, yellow hornbeam, blue hornbeam, american walnut, pear, and two small plates of pear and paduk

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Different types of hornbeam
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Black Hornbeam - a very good alternative to the often used ebony
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White hornbeam
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Blue Hornbeam
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Yellow Hornbeam
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American Walnut
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Pear
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plates of pear and paduk
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All I can say is very professional packaging and very professional clean cut lumber that anyone would be proud to have to work with their project. Many thumbs up on this one. Thank you for sharing Uwe. I will keep this in mind on my next build.
 

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Thanks Uwek, how do I buy from Bibigon? Does he have a sales website?
He has no website , but you can contact him via PM or the mail address mentioned in my first post.
 
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