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I use this to fill seams and sands down great. Doesn't leave behind big globs of glue but lays ...
This is your normal type of plastic model glue. It is thicker, and intended to be applied to one or ...
Plastic Cement 20ml
To seal up seam lines
This is liquid type plastic cement that is designed to work with plastic models and other similar plastic materials found in model making. The hexagonal 20ml bottle includes an applicator brush attached to the cap for easy application.
It's another file from the high-end Kiwami series! This flat file is retractable to allow for advanced control during use. Excellent grade materials are used focusing on cutting performance and durabi... (learn more)
This handy file set contains 3 double-cut files with black rubber grips which provide a smooth finish desired on plastic scale models and even metal surfaces. The files can be stored in the accompanyi... (learn more)
Here's a very large and durable 4-sided file from the Kiwami series! Excellent grade materials are used focusing on cutting performance and durability. Cutting dust can be removed smoothly and cloggin... (learn more)
Here's a new type of adhesive from the Mr. Hobby folks! This is a black version of MC131 Mr.Cement SP. The excess would be more visible and easier to remove than ordinary super-fast adhesive solution,... (learn more)
Tamiya Basic Type Putty is used for filling in seams when assembling plastic model kits that use ABS or styrene plastic bodies. The putty is gray in color and may be applied with a flat surface tool. ... (learn more)
Tamiya White Putty is an improved version of the basic putty; this offering comes in a shade of white that will have little to no effect on the final paint color! Useful for filling holes and seam lin... (learn more)
Attach parts together by pouring this cement into the space between them. The cement is non-resin so parts won't dissolve while your assembling them. Its cap has thin brush that makes application easi... (learn more)
This is your normal type of plastic model glue. It is thicker, and intended to be applied to one or both surfaces before joining them together. It is a little too thick to apply on assembled parts. A slight excess will be squeezed out when you press the pieces together. Let it dry, then remove with a hobby knife and sand down the are along the original seam line if necessary. The result will be a welded assembly with no more seam line.
You don't always need to paint after this method. Bandai kits, even older ones, tend to respond well to this method and you will leave you with a solid looking piece.
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