[WWI] PE razor saws
csavaglio at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 2 13:59:53 EST 2005
I posted this a few hours ago, but it never made it to the list, I guess.
I've used synthetic thread. You just get it started and saw through. It
makes a really clean cut. It helps to have a second set of hands to hold
the part, but you can tape the part to the work bench and do it like that.
I didn't believe it'd work the first time I heard it, but then I saw a guy
seperate the ailerons, elevators and rudder on a 1/48 C-47 in about 10
minutes. I was amazed.
>From: "S Hirve" <ot811 at msbx.net>
>Reply-To: World War I Modeling Mailing List <wwi at wwi-models.org>
>To: "World War I Modeling Mailing List" <wwi at wwi-models.org>
>Subject: Re: [WWI] PE razor saws
>Date: Wed, 02 Feb 2005 18:23:39 +0000
> I think Eduard makes it, and there is another company whose name
>escapes me at the moment. But more importantly ......
>Talking to Greg Balzer recently, he mentioned that he had great success
>with using simple cotton to cut through ailerons. Greg oughta pipe up, or
>you need to contact him directly.
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: tracy hancock [mailto:atlporkchop at yahoo.com]
> >Sent: Wednesday, February 2, 2005 04:16 PM
> >To: wwi at wwi-models.org
> >Subject: [WWI] PE razor saws
> >hi all,
> >I have seen references to photo etch razor saws, who
> >makes these and where can I get them? Does anyone have
> >any experience with these? I am wondering if they will
> >make cutting ailerons and such loose any easier? My
> >razor saw has a pretty small kerf, but it could stand
> >to be smaller. TIA.
> >cheers, tracy
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