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Old 10-12-2011, 12:55 PM
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UPDATE:
I'm having trouble finishing the replica movie in time , 12hours of film (in total 56Gb) and I don't want it to be longer than 5min.
Also I'm working on the soundtrack with a friend, and this will take a few more days. But this will be big surprise so I won't say more about it.

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Old 10-12-2011, 01:54 PM
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Well, this should be fun!

Welcome to the forum, Pieter. I'd love to learn more about you. Like, why do you make replicas of tools?
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Old 10-17-2011, 07:11 PM
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Well, this should be fun!

Welcome to the forum, Pieter. I'd love to learn more about you. Like, why do you make replicas of tools?
Well, I'm a DIY kinda guy who loves to work with good tools. Before 3 years I only had the regalur crap tools who are not that exact and cheap. I noticed a friend using Festool and after working with it for a half hour I was sold! Only bying Festool now.
Why the replica? Festool Belgium organises a contest where you can win a nice price and so I thought of the idea to make a replica of my favourite tool, the TS55.
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Pieter!!! Are you going to make your replica so it will plunge?
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Old 10-18-2011, 11:34 AM
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Pieter!!! Are you going to make your replica so it will plunge?
That was the idea, but there is a problem that it's made out of wood instead of metal and I can't make it strong enough to make it plunge on an axe.

There will be a wooden saw blade and it will spin

I'm about to finish the last compartment, the motor block and than I start assembling and finalize the movieclip.

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