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Good day,

this is the first of 2 Latice Crane I've produce from T&J plan. It is made of Blood Wood, Yellow Heart and other species. It took me about 35 houres to complete. Verry chalanging project, lot of smalll parts and details.

You have to have a good knoledge of woodworking to realise this projects.

Not my first and not my last model.

Alain!

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I would request about 40 more pictures on the build.I want one for me! The use of those colors seems to be just right. That is just super!!
 

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I do have more pictures if you want more!

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Way cool… just way cool…
 

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Very, very cool. that is a lot of work!
 

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Good job.
Chuck
 

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Simply awesome
 

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Very well done.
You're attention to detail is amazing.
In fact, the detail is so well done, if I didn't know any better, I'd say that is a 50t Linkbelt 108.
Similar to the one I'm running right now.

 

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I have the plans and just going to finish up a project and then the build will start.
 

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This is a wonderful crane
 

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You guys that make these replicas just amaze me with your attention to detail. EXCELLENT work !!!
 

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Wowza great detail maybe one of these days I'll build something like that
 

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Just amazing and the detail realy sets this piece above many I have seen
 

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WOW is all I can say….man, that is impressive. And I thought I'd done good with my grader! But it sure gives you a feeling of satisfaction when you're done, right?
 

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Fantastic wood combination and craftsmanship very well done.
 

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This is very impresive, what a great job, I know how much work and fussy detail went into this project.
 

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Top build…well done indeed…Beautiful workmanship
I'd love to see a WIP set of photos and build notes along the way.
Cheers, crowie
 
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