And as we cannot see ane difference between the underwater part and the hull side so there is highly hardly a difference in the coulurs - so this massive ship das really a whight surface not a light greyish one.
Thanks a lot, due to your precise information I managed to caught the 95 pages at eBayHi Iterum
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Service Historique de la Marine - Jean-Pierre Beauvois et Christophe Beyeler eds. - Andrée Corvol - Stéphanie Wicha - Martine Acerra - Jean Boudriot - Magali Theron Kind Regards
In my opinion, a disk-sander is a must have - better -> I could not be without mine!!! It is the power tool directly close to my normal working deskMy workshop gets a disc sander 250mm is hopefully enough for three Deckers scaled down to 1/64...
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...I foold my colleauges with the thermos in orange saying it is the original one of my "class mate Otto von Bismarck"and noone figured out the lapsus in the "signature"
Yes it is the 250 diameter I thought the small would be to smallI have got the land parts as the keel ect.In my opinion, a disk-sander is a must have - better -> I could not be without mine!!! It is the power tool directly close to my normal working desk
Is it the bigger Proxxon? (this one I also use usually)
One suggestion, due to the fact, that I know the sanding work with my drum-sander.Yes it is the 250 diameter I thought the small would be to smallI have got the land parts as the keel ect.
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I was really happy to get the unopened but old UHZ today, too.
So I can build a drum drill for the concave parts (of the bulkheads in particular) .
Are here any plans for a table with on opening for the drum sander?
My 1st sketch of an "idea":
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A box with the hole for the sanding drum and pressed on the work bench.
I think this is the best question I do really do think so. That would be great to vanish this kind of discussions. And we will kow if this set of given points by a 89,1° bodyplan meeting the deckslines are stringently used throughout the hole plan.