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Another Photoetch Question

November 30 2006 at 3:06 PM
Dmitry Kiyatkin  (Login Kiyatkin)
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from IP address 151.196.183.217

Sorry for the clutter of posts, but I remember hearing somewhere that brash can be warmed-up and when it is cool again it is easier to bend - keeps its shape better and is less "spingy." Is that true? And how hot should it get? What heat source would you use? Thanks, Dmitry

Dmitry Kiyatkin
Baltimore, Maryland
http://www.ww2models.com

 
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  1. Re: Photoetch response - Chuck Willis on Nov 30, 2006, 3:39 PM
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