Absent some "master gatekeeper" filter to keep the spammers out, it seems this forum needs a few more sheriffs (known "good" people) with a delete power, or at least the ability to knock spam into a holding cell, non-displayable until a mod reviews it.
Just my 2c.
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Do you have any examples? (Preferred links, etc)Kylwell wrote:Bit of a strong dihedral on the tailplane... You should see some of the work Chuck Doan does. Dude is a master of engineering 3D parts.
I can find plenty of his weathered models, but not 3D printed stuff...
- Mon Oct 19, 2015 10:29 am
- Forum: Lighting & Electronics
- Topic: Circuits Library
- Replies: 2
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Nevermind - should have looked a little longer! original post: Is there any sort of library of lighting circuits available online? I have ordered leds and 4060/4017/555 chip[s and a breadboard to experiment with, but a library of circuits and what they do would be very useful. Thanks, Don What did ...
I am looking for the best solution to mask the lower sensor dome for the TOS Enterprise. I have this aftermarket part for the 18" Enterprise, and I want to mask the dome to paint the ring only so I can light it. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! I would try a liquid masking film, or Sil...
- Wed Jun 24, 2015 2:32 pm
- Forum: Construction
- Topic: Will a centrifuge get rid of bubbles?
- Replies: 10
- Views: 4482
I was thinking about resin casting, and it occurred to me that pressure casting is potentially dangerous, because I've heard of people having bad experiences with exploding pressure pots. Then I started to think about centrifuges and how they pull all the liquid to the bottom of the container. Woul...
- Tue Jun 16, 2015 3:06 pm
- Forum: Scratchbuilding
- Topic: Painting PVC: Clear Coat First?
- Replies: 8
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My current can of adhesion promoter is from DupliColor, purchased at a local auto supply store. It goes on like a very thin coat of clear. No long-term test results to report, though, as I just bought it s few weeks back...
- Thu Apr 02, 2015 1:23 pm
- Forum: Construction
- Topic: So I can't use Mr. Surfacer to prime a vinyl figure?
- Replies: 23
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Fortuitous timing? I just asked my LHS guys about painting figures, and he recommended Duplicolor Adhesion Promoter (?) for use as a primer on any vinyl kit. Find it at local auto shops, comes in a large container that will last a typical modeler many years.