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In this video I unpack some tools and epoxy materials. I cleaned the workplace floor, because after several days it is needed, you can't really see it on the video, but there is some sand, dust, twigs and parts of leaves on the floor. After that I continued drawing the backbone lines. For me it's a very slow process, because it's all new for me and I want to get it right. In the process of drawing I discovered that one of my station lines was off 10mm. I have redrawn this station line and checked and measured everything again. All the lines are drawn except for the curved lines for which I need to nail down a batten. I will do this next time and then proceed with drawing the lines again on sheets of hardboard.

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Comment by Ricardo Aráoz on October 1, 2017 at 11:18am

Nice Marcel. May I suggest you buy a pair of knee pads? They will save you a lot of knee pain and you'll work comfortably on the floor. Pretty unexpensive too. Buy the ones with a rigid plastic protection on the outside, those are my favorite. Hope it helps.


Comment by Building Wharrams on October 1, 2017 at 11:21am

Hello Ricardo. Thank you for your nice comment and very good suggestion. I am going to follow your advice, because I am actually at the moment sitting at my computer with a little knee pain. Tomorrow I am going to get the knee pads.  :)

Comment by Building Wharrams on October 2, 2017 at 2:05pm

Hello Ricardo, today I bought a good quality working pair of trousers and these have special pockets for knee pads. I also bought the knee pads and today I did a lot of drawing on the lofting floor with the knee pads and it felt so much better.   :)

Comment by Ricardo Aráoz on October 3, 2017 at 7:53am

Good!!! :)


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