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    Caldercraft Northlight Clyde Puffer
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    Martin555
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    Blacknbluedog,
    No i am not it is juskiddin that is making one.
    This is his thread.
    You can look at my builds to see what i am working on.

    Martin555.
    If it looks right it probably is.
    Blacknbluedog
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    Are you building a puffer at this time?
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    Blacknbluedog
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    Hi Martin I would like to say yes, I have the model and just trying and find free time, but thought I would made a start. I don't have much spare time just now, so it is going to be slow progress I feel but I will be making a start.
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    marky
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    Me 2 also.
    Cheers MarkyπŸ‘
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    RNinMunich
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    Me 2 Martin πŸ˜‰
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    Young at heart πŸ˜‰ Slightly older in other places.;-/ Cheers Doug
    Martin555
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    Hi Blacknbluedog,
    Are you building a Puffer too?
    I would like to see some photos of your project.

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    If it looks right it probably is.
    Blacknbluedog
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    Okay! thanks for your tips/ advice
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    Ianh
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    I don't like using a dremel or gel coat fibreglass hulls as it can chip very easily keeping the speed down does work but watch out for cut temperature. Use a well ventilated space and a facemask as most materials give off dust don't want to breath.
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    Only old in years not mind or soul.
    Blacknbluedog
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    Thanks for your thoughts on this, much appreciated πŸ‘
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    ads90
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    I have used various surform tools to trim the top edge of the hull and they do not compare to doing it with a dremel.
    My dremel and I think most, have variable speed controls and with care (which most modeller practice) you can complete this task quickly and without any damage to the hull. I usually mark my line with a permanent marker and take it down to the line with my dremel and then finally finish with a smooth flat file.
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