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    Veron Huntsman 28 riding the white horses!
    Difficult to see but look at the pic attached. Those vents, synonymous on the huntsman boats where vac formed in clear plastic card. Then painted from the inside using an American brand called alclad chrome, pretty much Impossible to get in the UK now but the finish looks just like mirror chrome. All the car stuff from halfords etc is just bright silver and has no mirror reflection, over the top really but it's what I wanted. Pretty much all
    model boat parts
    available are white metal or plastic, my first version had aluminium frames and too be honest looked better. The build log is on here somewhere from years ago!
    11 months ago by pmdevlin
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    Model Boat crew....
    I think I understood that - it looks as if using computers is getting very close to being a general option for people instead of being an approach that only specialists would consider. I have successfully made up a CNC cutter and am starting to use it to cut
    model boat parts
    . I had no prior skill in that field and it cost me about the same as a Billing Boats Absalon kit. If people will put their work up on the web for free download then we can create a very useful resource for the modelling community. All someone who wanted a 1:8 scale winch would need to do would be to download the file and take it to the local library or MakerSpace for a cheap replica. I think that this is the way things are going, although the model parts companies are going to be very unhappy about it...
    1 year ago by DodgyGeezer


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