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David Cansler <dcans-at-verizon.net>
Re: tank kits [TANKS]
Sat, 22 Jul 2006 01:14:16 -0400
How could a choice of kits not work to most everyones advantage?
The only thing would be that they shouldn't be the same tank.
Brian Kraack wrote:
> My tank is further along than it was, but still with a ways to go. I
> moved and changed jobs last year and havnen't really had much time or
> space (with a garage full of stuff to be unpacked) to devote to it
> since. I'm hoping that this winter I will be able to really charge
> back into the hobby!
> Well, it seems great minds think alike! Your router looks great, and
> looks like it solves the sheet size issue mentioned earlier. I
> really would hate to step on your toes at this point, but maybe two
> kits are better than one ... what are your (and everyone elses)
> thoughts on that?
> I don't know, perhaps I will just pursue a tank kit to build for
> myself then, just to see how it would turn out. If you find some bits
> that might be better done with a laser system (gears, detail work,
> etc), drop me a line - maybe we can team up without competing.
> have you played with sketchup at all? I really love it so far ...