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Old 22 Sep 17, 14:38
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Haven't used photo-etched parts before and know I could find answers after some web-searching, but anyone reading here have tips on how to prep/prime for painting and best way to glue on photo-etch parts ???
Guide to using photo etched parts on models
http://www.scalemodelguide.com/const...parts-models/#

Detailing Models with Photoetched Parts: Basic Guide
http://italianhorses.net/Tutorials/Photoetch/pe.htm

Painting photoetched parts
http://cs.finescale.com/fsm/tools_te.../t/154074.aspx

Glueing Photo etched parts to plastic models
http://cs.finescale.com/fsm/tools_te...3/t/34056.aspx

Images of painting and glueing
https://www.bing.com/images/search?q...ale+model+kits
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