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OK I have a resin base aout 100 mm i think its from the small nid biotitans. Whos name I cant spell well so not gonna try.
The resin base is warped where the edges are bent up. how would i get this peice to straiten out.
Also any ideas how to repair very badly cracked resin. thanks in advence.
Warping: Ive heard warm water and bending should work, though Ive got no resin experience of my own.
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Yeah, you should be able to straighten warped pieces by putting them in hot (tap?) water, and applying pressure in the right spots. I don't have any experience with this either, as my pieces from Forgeworld have always been fine. If it's really bad, you should be able to send it back to them for a replacement (if it wasn't you that damaged it, that is). That, or you could try to fix it with super glue and greenstuff.
EDIT: found this, look at the bottom:
Working with Resin Models - Forgeworld
Last edited by me_meza; January 25th, 2010 at 10:06.
Just heat up some water in the microwave and dip the resin in, then shape it how you want
As for the cracked, what kind of crack are you talking about?
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