Peter K-G

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About Peter K-G

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  • Birthday 06/13/1971

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    Finland
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    Violin Making
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  1. I realize that my post was from memory, learned from Davide Sora online violin making school That's what I have done, but recently having had Finnish high density wood with hard winter wood, there is a better solution. There is sandpaper and new tech "sandpaper", which is not actually sandpaper. I make files and blocks for these types, super effective and takes care of the problem: ABRANET https://www.mirka.com/abrasives/abrasives-by-name/
  2. It's understandable that everybody wants to help and give advice. But the fact is that it's all speculative without having seen/tried the violins. Can't say anything about what to do, but I think the most prominent factor is the shape of arching.
  3. 1. Good files 2. Sandpaper blocks of different shapes 3. Glue sizing and fine Sandpaper blocks
  4. At the risk of poking the bear. STL in that context was referring to Straight Tangent Lines - a concept in Zuger's publications, discussed recently and in many other threads.
  5. It's not a problem and it is wishful thinking that an open forum would be otherwise. It would be nice to also have a more professional forum though.
  6. Let's do that sometime, have a serious discussion about an interesting subject.
  7. I'm with the "imposter" David B on that it's impossible to have any meaningful conversation on MN. But have to admit your ingenuity it's actually funny.
  8. I realized something. It's like in school. If I would take all the questions and set them up as a numbered test and look up the answers on Robert's site I would get full score. Did this many times in school, just figure out what answers the teacher want (preferably as exact as possibly from his black board notes)
  9. I actually understand Robert's model. What I can't figure out is his response to all attempts of communication, which is repeating the same model over and over again. The rest was to mess a little bit with David B. There were two of them online (bad joke I admit)
  10. There is always a first time, for everything..... I never thought I would ask David B (from A-A) I give up and I can nor figure this out - i loose ....
  11. Well, what is there to consider? It is the same model repeated. I have no problem understanding it and it's quite elegant. What I don't understand is what you are getting at. It is confusing
  12. This might be a good opening! Maybe you could overlook all the bad critisism you have got from this and previous threads/post? I truelly think that your model is outstanding as a model of thinking. I really do understand it and have read your site/docs/posts many times. I have a link from my site to yours. We even have a history 5-6 years ago with e-mail exchange and your insight is admirable. I loose hope, when you post personal e-mail exchange public. Hope you don't get to that level and post ours? I can't remember right now if I shared some private information. Never th
  13. The above quoting post is ??????? What are you really after. Are you angry??? Do you want to trap us into a discussion where you can tell us we don't understand??? Really Robert, you confuse and it looks like you want to distort other peoples research. It's a good practice to be polite and have respectful communication among researchers
  14. Seen this figure many years ago and many times after. It takes about 5 sec. to understand it. It's a model of one in a million of possibilities.