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  1. Looks great Bob. I think the tamiya paste would also be good. i also have several rockets in my basement that I may use to test paint finishes on. 😉 Seems to have worked well for you!
  2. Yes indeed, that looks great! And think about all the learnin’ you got on this. 😀
  3. I just revived your build here and wish to congratulate you on this fine craft you have done. I appreciate your detailed and thoughtful comments on the build. Bravo Zulu! (Well done)
  4. Hi Bob, do you think you’ve identified the cause of the orange peel finish first time around? Just need more practice with the airbrush? Good luck! I’m certain you will get this done to your liking.
  5. I tried to warn you! 😀 I’m sure you will pull this through exactly how you want it. And I have no doubt it will be a picture of perfection.
  6. Thank you Mark. That is just the information I need.
  7. Looks great! You do excellent work. I look forward to seeing your progress on this.
  8. I guess what I’m asking is these are blades for rip cuts and cross cuts. But I’m not sure what the blade above would be used for generally. Looks like it would be for wood only.
  9. Can someone tell me what this type of blade is used for?
  10. Well done! This is a great kit. You are really doing a great job. You are proving that good model building is 90% attitude, 20% tools and 10% math skills.

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