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Scraping with ahobby knife
There are a couple ways I can think of to do it and I was wondering how everyone else handles the problem or if you know faster ways of handling it.
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I usually use sand paper and files, on most things,
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I use a knife for removing plastic model lines and some times files. with metal I use files and my knife one word of caution is that the soft metal will clog up for file. With resin (witch I don't recommend any one under the age of 15 models with) I use a saw files and sand paper. resin dust is very bad for helt and can course breathing problems.
I generally use a knife and sandpaper for plastics, and a file and sandpaper for metal.
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Generally I use a mix between a knife and needle files. Seems to work well enough.
Theres also a way of removing them with light dabs of plastic glue too. But I prefer the good old file and knife way.
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I find I can get rid of them faster with files than with scraping, so that's what I do.
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