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oxenham1

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Well Guys, you stuff is looking killer!
Here's a couple of pics of the tentacles for our octopus. Finally, the router gets to work on this!



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Awesome work everyone!! Seems I have a lot of catching up to do...thanks Dan

...and thank you Jamie for building this ship/forum. 

Just sharpening my pencils

Noella

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Is that pvc, Jamie? Very cool.
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Yes Doug it is PVC. My next favorite material to HDU. I think I love it because it's so glue friendly!

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Looks like your leg is crawling away Jamie.  Better glue it to your crawfish.

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Looks like your leg is crawling away Jamie.  Better glue it to your crawfish.

-grampa dan


Some peoples kids............

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Nice Design Dan. After reading your last post (the thirsty one) I really expected to see an Coca-Cola waved banner on your hubcap. Being a bit disappointed.

Jamie, that looks great! It will be a lot of work to paint it.

Doug, hopefully the bling will not be missed elsewhere...

Weekend is coming, stay tuned

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Sorry I'm late to the party. Here is the direction I am going.  Hopefully, I can get caught up and get started on this thing.

I just looked through everyone's projects and they are all looking great!  Can't wait to see how this unfolds. 

Good luck everyone. 

(PS... I'm not sold on my typeface choice yet.  I may be doing some work on that before proceeding.)

Thanks for letting me be a part of this!
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I'm digging the fish and bird, JD. I'm sure you'll work the "Mechanical" so it will pop...
I almost want to see that bird in a lab coat...

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Cool stuff JD - just what I would expect from you. I look forward to seeing this come to life in 3D!

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JD, that looks really fun! I like the pelican!
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Started work on the project today got the 6 pressure doors fitted into my 44gal drum using PVC for the rims and sealed them with a  1/4"  "O"ring. Used 3mm clear polycarbonate  glued in with clear sealer for the viewing windows. Rims are through fixed with M6 cupsquare bolts and nuts also lots and lots of sealer.

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That's great Alan! I love the pvc work! I wish I was closer to you guys

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Thanks Jo
Good day at the office today no calls or interruptions so got heaps done.
Crane tower and lid framework tacked together but will need a bit of work to
make it stonger and stable.

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