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Plastic glue or Metal glue?
If you're talking about any plastic cement you're out of luck. It contains solvents that melt the plastic pieces into one. If you want to separate the pieces you will have to do some cutting.
If it's metal glue (probably superglue or any other kind of cyanoacryllate adhesive) there are commercially available superglue de-bonders. I wouldn't bother with them. Just throw your models in the freezer. The temperature drop will weaken the bonds and the pieces should pop apart.
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Yeah i have the same problem with plastics,but metal is easier to pop out.I ve never tried the freezer but a bit of pull with force will always do the job(especial backpacks are prone to this).
If you find a plastic solution keep us informed cause iam sercing for some time too!
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