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Walter Wombat

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  1. Hi Paul, thanks for getting back back to me. I’m thinking the solution provided by @dnl42 is probably the way to go. I did contact the retailer and it’s around £25 including postage from the US. My one concern is the size. I may well try the eBay store to see what’s available. I’ll let you know which option I go with and how successful. P
  2. Good idea. Looks effective. Certainly worth a bit more investigation. W
  3. Yes I’ve seen this and they will ship to the U.K. My only concern was the size being a bit too large for the smaller builds. Guess I could pad it out if necessary. My no 1 option so far... Cheers W
  4. Hi Paul, that would be great. Cheers W
  5. My first post so please be gentle….. Getting back into modelling after 30+ years and really enjoying it. I'm planning to concentrate on maritime plastic models and am currently building HMSC Snowberry. My question for you guys is - Does anyone have any great techniques they use for supporting the model so as you can work on it easily and safely, without scratching the finished surfaces. I've looked at various shop bought clamps, investigated using fare-cut foam types, PCB jigs and numerous other possibilities in an effort to come up with some form of jig. Any ideas gratefully received. Thanks in advance.
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