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About hansjohannsen

  • Birthday 07/12/1978

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    Male
  • Location
    southwest Nh
  • Interests
    Makin Stuff!
    Wood,Metal,Plastic,Cloth,Flesh,veggies,

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  1. Somewhere back in past posts is my mini press I built have had no problem running it off a pancake compressor. Gotta start somewhere and that setup saved me a lot of time.
  2. Love it. Wanting to try one myself.. chisel size.. always figured on a big bow in the quench. Did you pre compensate? Glad it worked out so well Thanks a lot, hans
  3. Was so enjoying the whip, sad to see it done, but love what I see. Thank you, hans.
  4. A few years ago I was gifted a 50's centaur that was all but destroyed. No knocks,finish, to heavy of draw and out of tune. Had a blast. Walnut& mahogany tips and a zippy 45 pounds. Even with a qwickee quiver on it is awesome how light weight a long range instrument of death can be! Caleb. Best thing I aver did learning to shoot was to spend the cash on a few well tuned arrows to learn on! Great post rob, thanks Hans
  5. A few years ago I was gifted a 50's centaur that was all but destroyed. No knocks,finish, to heavy of draw and out of tune. Had a blast. Walnut& mahogany tips and a zippy 45 pounds. Even with a qwickee quiver on it is awesome how light weight a long range instrument of death can be! Caleb. Best thing I aver did learning to shoot was to spend the cash on a few well tuned arrows to learn on! Great post rob, thanks Hans
  6. A few years ago I was gifted a 50's centaur that was all but destroyed. No knocks,finish, to heavy of draw and out of tune. Had a blast. Walnut& mahogany tips and a zippy 45 pounds. Even with a qwickee quiver on it is awesome how light weight a long range instrument of death can be! Caleb. Best thing I aver did learning to shoot was to spend the cash on a few well tuned arrows to learn on! Great post rob, thanks Hans
  7. I switched my o.s. to Linux based "Ubuntu"and have never been happier! Seen the new Linux also.. looks just as user awesome. No viruses, no lockup,no creepy sluggish spyware. Really excellent at pop up riddled sites like free TV and such!
  8. R.I. is a little bit of a haul for me but I wish I knew... woosta is much better though. Anything else like this e hiding up here? Would love to bore the missus for a day. Manchester nh had a traveling Japanese exhibit a while ago that was amazing (to me). She couldn'tunderstand how I could look at a knife so long.
  9. Mostly listen to experimental/industrial.So, no need for a stereo. Could just record what I'm doing and sell it to the label. To bad "men at work" is taken. Hans.
  10. I suggest a 20 ton. Its what I use and would hate to have less. Specially with the sale! That compressor will be fine. All it needs to do is power the hydro compressor. I use a standard pancake and loose heat more thani loose air. Check out my pic in a previous post. I suggest my design mods! Have fun good luck. Absolutely love mine
  11. My tablet is sketchey, but your site worked and looks great. Well done,again. Thanks.
  12. Like Stephen said, clay works great for mock ups. My soon and I sit down with play dough a lot. He makes trains and I start with " stock" and flowchart the process to Finnish to figure out " how to" scenarios,and proportions.Makes me feel like superman being able to move metal with my hands!
  13. Not sure what amazes and thrills me the most, your ability to create such a captivating form, or your ability to captureit so well for us to see. Thanks so much. Hans
  14. I really like the look of your rendering.Have to agree with miles on the pommelas well, can't see in on paper though. Lots of forward progress on that sword. Good luck!
  15. you ,made sure those are not destined to sit in the back of a closet for decades great gift.
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