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Within the next few weeks I plan on designing and constructing my own super heavy battle tank.
I was just wondering what thickness of Plasticard would be best for this sort of thing.
Thanks in advance,
use the high thinkness ones i thinks its 1 and 2mm, use those and a few of the .75 and .5mm should work fine
I try not to go above 1mm for constructing things. It starts to become a real bother to cut neatly past that. 1.5MM is still good to have around though. It's the right 'beefiness' to look correct when adding on to imperial vehicles in ways where the scale is apparent (e.g., doing spaced armor style EA conversions, open hatch doors, etc)
Speaking about how hard it is to cut... Sorry about hijacking... What's the best method to cut plasticard? I've tried a strait edge and my modeling knife and I still get messy cuts...
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a hobby saw goes right through it