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Two takes on capstans . . You have designed the hull, placed the guns and so on. Your eyes make their way to the plans of the ship you intend to build and there is this thingy that has to be rounded and has to have eight sticks pointing out in all directions. There is a whole bunch of takes on how to meet this challenge. I have limited this posting to two of my own. The small capstan This was initially designed for the Brig-of-war HDMS Lougen-class Parts Steps I start of with a core This is covered with plates and disc in the appropiate colors. And then I only need to add the sticks. The large capstan This was initially designed for the HMS Lively class 5th rater Parts Steps The structure is based on the lightsaber stick and round plates. The lower half is covered The sticks are attached with upright holders. Part of the -Capstans, pumps etc. comments In the -Pre-steam topic of the group -Ship builders guide.


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