The Lumberyard Sponsorship Program

donfarr

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#22
Epicdoom, YOUR help is greatly apprciated, this is what a forum is all about, MEMBERS HELPING MEMBERS to advance and contribute to this WONDERFULL HOBBY, more members especially international members PLEASE JOIN IN, it seems like every new idea gets a big boost at then dies out, we need to keep our eys on the ball and FINISH WHAT WE START, my THOUGHTS, I HAVE SOMETHING TO DISCUSS WITH YOU IN A PM, will send out in a little while. Don
 

dbdriskell

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#23
Joe,
I sent you a PM (private message - conversation). please respond when you can.
 

ramonolivenza

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I'm a little confused about the program. I expose my case: I am going to start a quite ambitious project, it is a Spanish galleon, at 1:50 and in "arsenal", that is to say with all its pieces of internal carpentry, frames, curves etc ... Interestingly, there are very few models of Spanish galleons with a correct internal architecture. I already have unpublished plans resulting from the research in the Naval Museum of Madrid and Archivo de Simancas, I have enough documentation to deal with the design of the pieces and I have already collected some wood. I do not use cnc or 3D. It will take me about two years. In these conditions. Lumberyard program Would it be right for me? Would that give me something?
 

zoly99sask

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I'm a little confused about the program. I expose my case: I am going to start a quite ambitious project, it is a Spanish galleon, at 1:50 and in "arsenal", that is to say with all its pieces of internal carpentry, frames, curves etc ... Interestingly, there are very few models of Spanish galleons with a correct internal architecture. I already have unpublished plans resulting from the research in the Naval Museum of Madrid and Archivo de Simancas, I have enough documentation to deal with the design of the pieces and I have already collected some wood. I do not use cnc or 3D. It will take me about two years. In these conditions. Lumberyard program Would it be right for me? Would that give me something?
Thats up to Lumberyard I guess that your wood will be covered 100% or just part of it maybe 60%,you need to write a pm and ask @didit Dave Steven from Lumberyard
 
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