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Tamiya clear epoxy

June 9 2012 at 12:29 PM
Marc Brandes  (Login marc_brandes)
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Tamiya has released a clear epoxy to make fe water:

A suprise release, for me anyway.

best regards,

Marc Brandes

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Scott Dimmick
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Another use...

June 11 2012, 7:43 AM 

Can use it to make better looking headlights if you don't have clear styrne or MV also..

Peter Griffin: Any problem caused by a tank can be solved by a tank.

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Owen R Auer
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Tamiya epoxy

June 17 2012, 11:16 AM 

Does the Tamiya epoxy tend to turn yellow after awhile?
I used epoxy some years ago, not Tamiya, and the lenses had a yellowish tint.


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