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Hi diamondt,

Your dozer is coming a long great. You are one incredible woodworker you do some beautiful work I will be looking forward to see more of your work.
I am a toy making but know where near like you do. Keep up the great work. :thumbsup::thumbsup:

Cheers Graham.
 

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My goodness, when I looked at the early pictures of this build, I loved what I saw, but had NO IDEA how much more would come.

Stunning, that's all I can say,

Dale in Indy
 

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This is absolutely amazing….Pardon my ignorance, but what tools do you used to produce such delicate pieces? I assume you are using a variety of tools, but what are the main tools you use?
 

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This is absolutely amazing….Pardon my ignorance, but what tools do you used to produce such delicate pieces? I assume you are using a variety of tools, but what are the main tools you use?
I'll bet I can guess his top three tools: talent, skill and patience.
 

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Another fantastic model! The articulated track looks like it could actually move - does it?
the tracks do move while i am building them but by the time i glue the
plates on the tracks and when i give the model a few coats of cabothane clear satin they tend to jam up.
 

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This is absolutely amazing….Pardon my ignorance, but what tools do you used to produce such delicate pieces? I assume you are using a variety of tools, but what are the main tools you use?
I dont have any flash machinery there is some photos of my workshop
back a few posts in the DiamondT build post, the main tools i use are the bandsaw the lathe a dremel, stanley knife and sanding sticks and a bench saw.
 
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