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Hey guys, I got a little trouble here.
I want to create a kill team sergeant for the IG like the one in the Warhammer Rule book on page 222.
But how the hell can I cut off those tin bits?
I just can't seem to get them loose!
Be aware: I have little to no funds, so if possible, I need cost-effective or downright cheap methods.
Can anybody help me? :o
Exacto knives can cut through the metal models, not very well but they can. When you have money hobby shops carry saws called dimoand saws that are wonderful things to have.
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you must have some kind of clippers in your shed, if not there ask a friend
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Diamond saws are for wusses.When you have money hobby shops carry saws called dimoand saws that are wonderful things to have.
Hacksaws are for men.
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Hacksaws remove too much material. If you're going to use a hacksaw you might as well file off the offending object down to a stump.
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for removing akward parts or bits in tight places ive used a sharp model knife with a solid haft and a ball pien hammer (a toffie hammer to us old people) and gently tap the knife until the offending part is removed.
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take a craft knife and put it where yo uwant the cut, then apply LOADS od presure and rotate the knife around the cut point in an up and own motion, basically wiggle the knife up an down whilst pressing down with the blade, this will work for smaller parts,
for larger parts, ive been using my junior hacksaw for years! its blunt, bent, but it still mutilates the modle just as well as it did back in the day
If you are thinking weight and an exacto knife is the answer you better get some safety googles on. You should never put your tools under so much pressure they could break and you could hurt yourself. I know someone who had an exacto blade snap off and get it part of the way in to his skin. Not a pretty sight. :mellow:
I would reccomend a jewlers saw/coping saw/diamond saw or small clippers. I personally use a stainless steel pair cippers used for nails although I'm sure they could cut through my finger pretty easily. :blink: They look like wire cutters, but have straight blades.
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