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Not everything goes to plan.
the local “Boyes” store that stocks Valjeo paints doesn’t stock the one I wanted for the closest match I could find...
They look to be grey resin.
FEP still has a good drum tension to it.
I’m using chitchubox as found the scaffold much easier to work with.
Is there a photo?
Veroboard.. now that’s an idea.. :scratchchin:
thank you for the kind words.
the Roof actually fits in slots so edges overlap... making the light hard to go around corners.. I hope..
Should sand with wet and dry to remove any layering..
I’m envious of the finish. No warping?
I’ve had issues with some parts being brittle.. had a few parts snap on me just removing the scaffold.
So what’s the drawback of using this water washable resin? Why are we not all using it as a default?
I may have to follow suit and give it a...
Your right, but as the resin is nearly 2mm thick, not much light passes when it’s painted.. plus I don’t have a scale 1000watt bulb inside:giggle:...
Nearly everything is primed now, so paint colours are being picked and painted.
Still been doing the odd bit of filing to fit items, the floor...
Two wires to pickup as Normal, 2 wires to the motor and 2 wires to the speaker (unless your thinking working head lamps) is all you will...
Finally I’ve been able to make a start on the painting.
Parts are now moving to the spray booth for a coat of primer from the Halfords rattle...
First name terms with the postman/Amazon delivery man/dominos pizza delivery man eh? :giggle:
Is no one doing any mail order prior to the shops opening to the public?
I think the biggest question to ask first is how often do you need a support without the Perspex flex?
im guessing no more than 18 inches unless...
If your thinking of moving all your locos to DCC I’d seriously recommend getting a Sprog interface to the laptop for programming - much quicker...
Can you still get remags?