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Best blades for scratchbuilding

January 2 2012 at 5:40 PM
Jim Simmonds  (Login jims1974)
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Hi all,

I'm after some opinions or recommendations on what the best type of blades are for scratchbuilding - primarily for just cutting styrene sheets.

I've always used the trusty old no 11 blades, but recently I've been doing a lot of scratchbuilding and I'm going through these blades quite quickly. The main problem I have is the tips tend to snap quite easily and there not much use once this has happened so I'm guessing maybe a rounder blade would be better suited.

Any suggestions gratefully received, thanks and a happy new year to all.

 
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  1. Scratching - Dave Foster on Jan 2, 8:36 PM
    1. Thanks - Jim Simmonds on Jan 3, 2:09 AM
     
  2. Blades - George Moore on Jan 3, 6:13 AM
    1. Cheers - Jim Simmonds on Jan 5, 5:17 PM
     


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