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Discussion in 'Internet Finds' started by thewoodengraver, Oct 21, 2006.

  1. thewoodengraver

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    Love the 32 Ford photo, I had to look twice!
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    Love the 32 Ford photo, I had to look twice!
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    great stuff phil!
    Chris
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    great stuff phil!
    Chris
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    Wonderful models, Phil. I guess you don't have problems with storage space :) I don't know how you build so small without really fine forceps. Even with them I struggle with parts far larger than the ones you work with.

    Cheers --- Larry
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    Wonderful models, Phil. I guess you don't have problems with storage space :) I don't know how you build so small without really fine forceps. Even with them I struggle with parts far larger than the ones you work with.

    Cheers --- Larry
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    Thanx guys! I actually do use forceps...sort of...they are Micro-point tweezers. See the pic that shows my cardmodeling tools. The only new addition to my toolkit that wasn't shown is a magnifying-light. And no, storage space is not a problem.
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    Thanx guys! I actually do use forceps...sort of...they are Micro-point tweezers. See the pic that shows my cardmodeling tools. The only new addition to my toolkit that wasn't shown is a magnifying-light. And no, storage space is not a problem.