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dissolve plastic with nitrocellulose?

September 16 2003 at 2:21 PM
Jeremy Colby  (no login)
from IP address 64.174.7.191

I recently came across an article in the Osprey Modelling Manuals "Soft Skin Vehicles" regarding liquifying plastic with nitrocellulose to make tread plate. I thought it would be something interesting to try, but... there isn't a source page anywhere in the book. Does anybody know of a readily available source of nitrocellulose so I can try this technique? Is there an equivalent I could use?

Thanks,
Jeremy

 
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  1. When I was a kid..... - Simon Crockford on Sep 17, 2003, 5:36 AM
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  3. In the US it's known as..... - Brett Barrow on Sep 17, 2003, 8:25 PM
    1. Humbrol liquid poly will do the same.............n/t - Lee Dobson on Sep 18, 2003, 1:16 AM
     


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