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Cheshiretaurus

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  1. A pair of Airfix Hawks in 1/72

    It could be that the dryfilm you have is slightly different than what I used. I'm reading up on some PCB making instructions of using sodium carbonate as a developer and sodium hydroxide as a stripper. Sodium carbonate is avaible on eBay not sure what strength solution to make maybe start with 1%
  2. A pair of Airfix Hawks in 1/72

    Could be that the laminator isn't hot enough. Maybe go over it after with the iron afterwards.
  3. A pair of Airfix Hawks in 1/72

    Not seen that happen before. I'm sure you will have but have to rule it out. Did you definitely remove one side of the protective film before applying the resist to the brass. I know you removed the other side before developing. Only thing I can think off. Don't think it would afheard to the brass with it still on. Another thing to try is apply some resist to a small off cut. And expose it directly for a min or two without the artwork and see if that peels off in the caustic. If think of anything else I'll put it on here.
  4. A pair of Airfix Hawks in 1/72

    CT is now pondering the possible implications of introducing a top lawyer to the use of dodgy chemical in his home....
  5. A pair of Airfix Hawks in 1/72

    Ah didnt read the last bit, "I've stuck em to one side out of the light and I'll see how the developing and etching goes tomorrow....." note to self....must start reading in full before posting replies.
  6. A pair of Airfix Hawks in 1/72

    That exposure looks spot on, nicely done, If your not going to develop it in the caustic immediately then make sure you keep it in the dark. so far so good, fingers crossed. CT
  7. A pair of Airfix Hawks in 1/72

    Not to sure if that would work as the rate of erosion will not be uniform anyway and may eat all the way through is places, if you want to do a single side etch the then have the back completely covered. There is even thinner brass stock availible down to .001" http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/K-S-258-Assorted-Size-Sheet-Brass-Shim-001-002-003-005-Thickness-2nd1P-/171612268695 this could be better that the 0.005 (0.125mm) you are useing.
  8. A pair of Airfix Hawks in 1/72

    Good start Steve, artwork looks promising, I'll be on hand for tech support. Cant wait to see the results. CT
  9. A pair of Airfix Hawks in 1/72

    very niceley done Steve
  10. DIY photoetched parts: some questions

    This is the type I use. See How to make photo etched parts at home
  11. Navy-ation - Wasp The last post

    Nicely done Bill, pin cutting method now entered into the grey matter storage system of good ideas.
  12. *finished*New Airfix Mustang + Eduard Spitfire

    Have nearly completed this decal version, Having lack of time issues though. Went together very nicley, Only wheels and and a few more bits left to do. Its a satisfying build, have fun.
  13. Navy-ation - Wasp The last post

    They forgot to include cooking oil. Bet it would run on it too
  14. Jetstar orange color

    If its the same as EasyJet orange then try this https://www.hannants.co.uk/product/X324
  15. Navy-ation - Wasp The last post

    take a super sharp new blade and slice the decal along the raised stringer then a bit of SOL, try to get the sol to go under the decal and see how that settles overnight.
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