All this shows that you are a true artisan in what you make, and I am sure everyone on here agrees with me.
It can take many years to make a model boat to the standards you are working to, but even after all the hard work is covered up with paint, you will still know in your own mind that you have produced a masterpiece in miniature, and because you have shown us all on here, we will know as well. Keep up the good work.
So that is two specialities you have under your belt, model boat making, and modifying a machine to CNC. Is there anything else you are going to surprise us with?
Maybe a bit of that Scouse humour should be thrown in as well, but please, if you do, keep it family friendly, not like the rough stuff you force me to laugh and groan at.
I also know Peter has a knack of finding the cheapest bits for projects on the internet, maybe you would like to share a few links on what you have found so far, and pop them into the resources topic, so that we can all benefit from your experiences. Peter reduced my ball raced bearings costs by half, by showing me a link to a far eastern bearing supplier.
That now makes four skills. Any more?, or is that enough for now.