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I was painting my warboss, when the bosspole snapped. Can anyone help me witha way to fix this? I would very much like to keep the vertical height of the model.
Any help is greatly appreciated
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I recommend brass rod to replace the white metal rod part. you'll need a drill bit the same diameter as the rod of course.
It is a bit on the pricey side but no doubt you'll find use for the rest of it in your Ork army.
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Brass rod isn't THAT expensive.
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I would try a few things, if you have plasticard or even a straw that would fit nicely, just wrap it around one end, glue it on then glue the other in, maybe wrap some wire around it to give it a bit more thickness on the join.
failing that, glue them back together VERY carefully, or pin it in place then green stuff some script type stuff around it.
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Got a hardware drawer? or a garage or a bucket where you keep tools/ fasteners? Use a nail for the pole!
Find yourslf a penny nail..a normal small headed penny nail...long sharp pointy end..run the pointy end on the concrete floor of your garage, or out in the driveway or somewhere on concrete. Hold the nail at the angle of the point, so you're touching the point's EDGE to the concrete, not the tip (look at a sharpened pencil- see where you see raw wood? rub that part of the nail on the concrete, not the lead area i.e. the tip) The roughed up surface of the nail will help the glue "grab hold" of the nail when you glue it in.
Once it has a bit of rough texture on the sloped edge of the tip area, superglue that bad boy into the bosspole hole. With a small head, it'll give a perfect glueing surface to pop th bosspole head on top of.
Hope this helps.
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