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Postage advantage, too????

September 8 2017 at 1:08 PM
peter van kempen  (Login P.vanKempen)
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Response to 1/72 Zimmerit...this time for the Stug III

Ive had a thought about these paper etched patterns, and that is that is should be incurring less postal cost as usual, as sending over at letter post rates could be fair and possible.
Q1: Is this true?
What the stug pattern is concerned, id advice to make a sharp fold on the surfaces. the real zimmerit was not rounded off as the current picture shows.
This is not the fault of the product mind you !
That looks just fine.
Its the application, see pics of the real thing.....
Please carry on , I have saved up some to be among the first orders but if the postage is less I can order more!

Keep us posted and thanks for yr troubles in arranging this for our braille scale.
Oh and about whole sheets:
Q2: these could be commercially attractive priced,too?
Just wondering if you get rewarded for not being lazy and cutting yr own patterns or, already considered, fitting to 1/76 vehicles...
HTH
Cheers ,
Peter

 
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  1. Answers to your Questions - Rob Pye on Sep 8, 2017, 3:51 PM
    1. Roger that! - peter van kempen on Sep 8, 2017, 5:08 PM
     


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