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robertmro

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About robertmro

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  • Birthday 01/06/1951

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    Paso Robles, CA

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  1. Finally have a first test casting of the trimmer pedestal. The seat is still in the works.
  2. I use a 6ft computer table that’s adjustable. There’s a crank on the side. Sometimes I work standing sometimes I work sitting and sometimes I work in between.
  3. For anyone who wants the correct size for the trim wheel this is a pretty close approximation.
  4. Hi Don, Unfortunately it’s not that simple. On on top of that the pilot’s seat is on display under all that perspex. It bothers me and I get enjoyment from making the corrections. Robert
  5. Hi Lances, Here's were I'm at. It's still, pretty crude but will be very accurate. Robert
  6. What a great idea. I will definitely be giving it a try. Thanks for sharing. Ronert
  7. Hi Folks, It looks to me like the pilots platform is too high, that's the distance between the red and green outlines. If anyone has better drawings please pass them to me. Cheers Robertt
  8. This is what modeling is about. Great work.
  9. Hi Lanc Lovers, I can confidently say that this shows how off the kit seat is. The front edge of the seat is probably in the right place however the elongation of the bucket pushes it too far back. The cg seat seat is tilted too far forward because my main reference is in that position but will be corrected. This is going to be a tricky one to cast. Robert
  10. Thanks. I definitely will be getting one.
  11. Update It looks like camera matching to reference photos is going to work. Robert
  12. Hi Graham, I'm working on one now but I really need some technical drawings and measurements. Robert Mrozowski
  13. WATCH OUT! This link is infected with a virus!
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