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Hi. I'm new to the Warhammer world and have been having some problems with building my army. One question that I have is how do I put lead models together? I've been thinking of soldering them together but that sounds a bit tricky to me. Any help would be appreciated.
I use somethink called 'pinning'. You drill a hole in both pieces, glue a piece of copper wire into one of the holes and then fit the other.Originally posted by Adriyel@Dec 17 2004, 068
Hi. I'm new to the Warhammer world and have been having some problems with building my army. One question that I have is how do I put lead models together? I've been thinking of soldering them together but that sounds a bit tricky to me. Any help would be appreciated.[snapback]278535[/snapback]
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Use super glue
Remember with super glue if you use too much it doesnâ€™t bond correctly and the joint will be week.
I only ever pin large joints that have no hope of staying secure with ought to help. Things like dragon wings or other heavy extremities.
I don't really think this is good for the Eldar forum ^_^
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Thanks everyone. Sorry about posting it here, maybe someone can move it. I've tried super glue before but it didn't work. The weapon on my Fuegan model kept falling out and my Wraithlord didn't stick so I eventually gave up. Let me try with other glue and that copper wire thing.Originally posted by Saruman_II@Dec 17 2004, 12:52
I don't really think this is good for the Eldar forum ^_^[snapback]278830[/snapback]
Hey I say you dont dear to soldere your model after you painted it The result is that the parts will actually melt and your whole model is screwed XD byebye 5 hours of work and 6 pond.
However with that statement out of the way, I would say listen to ArchonBjorn. He has a really good tendency to not say stupid things and give bad advice.Learn from yesterday.
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Soldering is amazingly good for converting btw.
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