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Re: What are "etched" parts

November 23 2004 at 6:23 PM
  (Login Parkadge1)
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Response to What are "etched" parts

They are replacement parts etched in brass (Mostly) and are finer than the pieces that come with the kits. Because of the limitations of the injection moulding process plastic parts are often cast thicker than they should be and people like to replace them with photo etched parts. You can see an example here
http://www.missing-lynx.com/reviews/german/aber35103.htm
http://www.eduard.cz/

Pat McGrath

 
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