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POLL: Best Way to Fill Large Seams in Plastic Models?


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pmwalt Supporting Member of TMP writes:

It really depends on the surface and what shape the gap (smooth, irregular, etc). Sometimes I shim in plastic and use liquid cement, sometimes its Miliput, Squadron green (or white) stuff. I even used super glue and micro balloons with zip kicker.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Formula 560
0
0%
 
auto filler
4
3%
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plastic bits
1
1%
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superglue
8
6%
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Magic Sculpt
3
2%
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Squadron Putty
25
19%
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greenstuff
42
31%
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modelling paste
5
4%
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other (explain)
23
17%
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liquid greenstuff
1
1%
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Mr. Surface 500
1
1%
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Milliput
16
12%
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Testors filler resin
6
4%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION
What is your favorite technique or product for filling in large seams with multi-part plastic models, when pieces do not fit seamlessly? For example, a two-part torso with large, sunken seams.

Poll set up by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, based on this pre-poll discussion.