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    Thats some really good close ups there Scotfly.

    Well done mate
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    Thank you A bit too close with some though, you can see the flaws in my techniques
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    What kind of camera are you using?
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    Fuji S7000
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    Wowwwww, thanks Scotfly, you have solved me so many problems here you would not believe it. I have laboured long and hard trying to find a method whereby this, oft times ham fisted, tyer can get wing posts right; I gave up in disgust at my own lack of skill some months ago.

    I can't wait to get back to the vice tonight to try your methods.

    Thanks again

    Steve

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    When you tie the post, Varnish it a little to stop it from moving or changing shape
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cromie
    When you tie the post, Varnish it a little to stop it from moving or changing shape
    Or better still ..... master control of your thread and materials and you don't need to varnish.
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