Started by paulinfrance, February 11, 2020, 16:45:35 pm
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Quote from: pooh on February 12, 2020, 14:11:42 pmA pal of mine had a 3D professional quality scanner, snag is it cost about £20K as I recall...but it would scan a full-size car in sufficient detail to make a copy!
Quote from: Pat M on April 03, 2020, 07:44:58 amWhat about Real Model Pilots...........http://realmodelpilots.co.uk/epages/54b61a4d-8f75-4f18-8833-03c2078eb64e.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/54b61a4d-8f75-4f18-8833-03c2078eb64e/Categories/Category3
Quote from: FlyinBrian on June 12, 2020, 08:00:57 amWhy would I want an ugly old codger like that in my models? It would scare the lift demons away!!I had one of these done a few years ago at, IIRC, the Nats. Mine is also unused for that very reason.
Quote from: PDR on June 14, 2020, 09:05:16 amGood stuff!At the risk of teaching you to suck eggs - make sure your "polyester" is actually casting resin not laminating resin (ie resin for doing fibreglass). Laminating resin has a lot of accelerator in it to help it get hot enough to boil off the styrene solvent in thin films, and if you let it cure in thick lumps it goes into thermal runaway (either catching fire or forming a charred lump) because it can't dissipate the heat. Casting resins have much less accelerator in the mix. PDR
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