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Walter Schneider (Login sturmgeschutziv) Missing-Lynx members from IP address 126.96.36.199
I have a simple question, one in which I don't know the best answer. How do you all remove wheels from sprue and then remove the "plastic burr", if that's the term, without causing a flat spot on the wheel? I use a sprue cutter to remove the parts but rarely can I get the "burr" off without causing some sort of flat spot making the wheel "out of round"?. I would love to see a step by step, I am very visually oriented. Or any advice or tips would be very much appreciated.
Chris Grove (Login chrismmgrove) Missing-Lynx members 188.8.131.52
October 26 2016, 4:46 PM
I find it quite useful to have a flat spot on tyres; makes it look like the model has some weight (providing, which is not always the case, that I remember to fi the finished wheels with the flat spot down).