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Copenhagen Ship Curves

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Andrew Mirsky, Aug 3, 2017.

  1. Andrew Mirsky
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    Andrew Mirsky New Member

    After a two-year long research and prototyping project, there is now a Kickstarter project where you can purchase nautical drafting curves:

    - Ship Curves One: a single-piece that contains more than a dozen ship curves.

    - Dixon Kemp Curves: a five-piece set of pear-shaped ship curves attributed to a mid-1800s maritime architect.

    - Copenhagen Ship Curves: both the standard 56-piece set as well as an extended 120-piece set.

    You can find out more about the project and research from my blog on the Copenhagen Curves website or purchase directly through my Kickstarter project.

    Copenhagen Ships Curves http://copenhagenshipcurves.com/

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