Jeff Caraway (jeff.caraway@mindspring.com)
Mon, 12 Jun 2000 15:34:56 -0400


Yeah... This method works pretty well. I used it to fix my Jagd Doga's arm
after I got a little too happy with the snips.
The arm has proven to be as strong as the original.

Jeff C

----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Savin" <pedro@shiporama.org>
To: <gundam@aeug.org>
Sent: Monday, June 12, 2000 3:25 PM
Subject: Re: [gundam] modelling adhesives

> Try making a new rod (you can use a piece of the tree the parts came on),
> which is long enough to extend into the part you're gluing it to. Drill a
> hole into the part, then put the rod through the hole. If you use strong
> liquid styrene cement, it should weld them together pretty tightly. You
can
> also try filling the part that the rod extends into with epoxy (the more
> surface area you have in contact with the epoxy, the better it will
stick).
>
> Peter Savin
> bawoo@shiporama.org
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: -V- <vsze@wwdg.com>
> To: gundam@aeug.org <gundam@aeug.org>
> Date: Sunday, June 11, 2000 12:50 AM
> Subject: [gundam] modelling adhesives
>
>
> For modelling people:
> When doing customizing, let's say you were to make joint (or let's say you
> are extending a forearm) alot of the times, you would have a _L <-- this
> kind of a protruding thing.. (sorry, not very good explanation). But
after
> you cut that protruding thing and extend with plastic board etc.. what do
> you guys use to stick the new plastic rod back on? This is usually
> something I'm always stuck with and each time, it falls off. I've tried
> epoputty, epoxy, cement, laquer putty... but after moving it around, it
> will still break. (i want to keep the movement).
>
> V
>
>
>
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