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White Glue - I buy Elmer's in 1 gallon batches and then distribute it between my glue bottles and sprayers. Hook and Pick set - I picked up a 4 piece hook and pick set at Lowe's and I'm so glad that I did. Pin Vise - This a perfect tool for hand drilling into delicate items such as engine shells or train cars. 4-Prong Grabber Pickup Tool - I saw one of these on the OGR Backshop DVD where Jim Barrett takes you on a tour of his workbench. Nevr-Dull Wadding Polish - I've been using this stuff since I was a kid to clean metal parts and it's really great stuff.
Pencil Tip Soldering Iron - A pencil tip soldering iron is good to have when you need to do more precision soldering where a soldering gun would get in the way and be to big and clumsy. Weller Battery Operated Soldering Iron - Again, this is not a requirement, but it's really cool to have. Level - While I have many levels of varying sizes, this minature level (which is about 7 inches long) is the one I use most often.
I tried out the ballast method metioned about for making roads and the results are awesome. Liquid Polystyrene Cement – one of the most widely used glues for plastic model kits. This article covers the most fundamental of all scale modelling skills – gluing parts together. I have chosen to approach the subject by suggesting a few principles that should be followed most of the time and then giving step by step examples of different situations. This is the last chance to identify any changes that will improve the fit of the parts and reduce any gaps.  It also identifies whether the parts will need to be clamped or held together while the glue sets, so that the appropriate clamps, rubber bands, masking tape etc can be at the ready.

You will see where the parts meet and therefore where glue needs to be applied and whether one or both parts need to have glue applied.  Depending on how well the parts fit, your choice of type and viscosity of glue may change. How much glue to use and where to apply it is critical but it is normally best to err on the side of too little glue.  When putting a bead of glue along an edge to be glued hold the glue dispenser at a 45 degree angle and put the bead on the interior corner of the edge so that it is unlikely to ooze out of the seam (see diagram 1 on the right).
If the parts are small, or they need to be placed into awkward places, you need to work out beforehand where you will hold them and how you will manouver them bearing in mind that one or both parts will have glue on them that will prevent them being touched in places. Your choice of glue will depend on the size of the parts, how well they fit, how long you need to work with the part to get it in the right position, how strong the bond needs to be and whether or not it matters that any excess glue is visible. These two halves fit very badly and had to be held tightly together with rubber bands and maksing tape whilst the glue set.
The part is a return roller attached to it’s axle which fits into a shallow locating hole in the side of the vehicle hull.
Since there is nothing to make the part stay in the correct position medium poly cement is chosen as the glue because this will give time to check the position of the part before the glue sets.  A small drop of poly cement is applied directly to the end of the axle. The part fits into this triangular hole which has a recessed lip around the entire circumference. The hatch fits perfectly into place and as there is access to it from behind it was decided to glue it in place. Note how the index finger of the left hand holds the part firmly in place whilst liguid poly cement it brushed around the circumference.  Capillary action draws the cement between the two parts. In this example, the two halves of a tank turret are joined.  However, the same method could be used for joining any two halves together such as the two halves of an aircraft fuselage.
A test fitting reveals that the two halves fit together well although there are areas where a gap is present and the two edges are not level.  However, it is decided that these are best corrected after gluing.
The test fit also revealed that there was one area on the lower hull that should not have adhesive applied.
A bead of medium viscosity poly cement was run around the edge of the lower hull except for the area marked with the pencil.  Since the join line is underneath the hull and not visible it did not matter if any glue squeezed out when the parts were brought together.
The two parts were brought together and then strips of masking tape were used to hold them in place and minimise any gaps. All items that have been opened from its original packaging and or used are not returnable. You have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. Designing a train layout, for me at least, is a combination of professional tools, improvised tools, learned techniques and a lot of self taught techniques. The Dremel Tool is one of those tools that you buy and then after about a month of use you ask yourself how the hell you ever lived without the thing. The only drawback is that the Cordless is not as powerful as the corded version, so that's why I have both a corded and cordless Dremel tool in my toolbox. I once bought a bottle of Woodland Scenics white glue to see if it was better than Elmer's. You can never have too many screwdrivers and I've built up a solid collection of every shape and size there is. Oddly enough, I don't know anyone else in the hobby who uses it, although I'm sure someone out there probably does. You can pick up a very good soldering gun for under $20 from any place that sells electronics tools.

Standard rosin core solder is fine, but lately I've started to use the lead-free silver solder to avoid exposing myself to lead. In our friendly step-by-step video guide we cover topics like: drybrushing, applying washes, applying decals and many more.
Was this just to show how applying glue works or would you in reality first glue them and then paint them, once they’re glued to the model?
If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Regular sized screw drivers are always useful, but I also have serveral miniature screwdriver sets, as the small ones are even more usefull for the small screws that are all over a train set.
I use them the poke holes for trees to sit in, to pull debris out from under tracks, to clean debris out from engine gears and trucks, to pull wires through holes, to mark positions where screws will go and tons of other odd applications around the set.
Nevr-Dull is essentially a can full of cotton wadding that has been soaked in some sort of magic cleaning fluid.
In fact, the one thing that this page will show is how my techniques change and improve over time. They all pretty much work the same, but I have acutally found the Loctite brand to slightly stronger than the rest. Anyway, I liked to bottle they use better than the small Elmer's bottles, so I've been putting Elmer's in that nifty bottle ever since. You can find the miniature sets in any hardware store and they usually come with a nice carrying case. My first chisel was a Stanley FatMax 2" chisel, and I've since added a 5 piece set that has both small and large chisels.
I bought a set of small hobby files and a slightly larger set of files at Lowe's and I use them all the time.
They run about 5 or 6 dollars, so go ahead and pick one up for yourself if you don't already have one. The fluid sorta has a mineral spirits kind of smell, but not quite (it's smell is so unique that it brings back childhood memories when i smell it).
The mixture goes a long way too, so you get quite a bit of road out of a bag of cinder ballast. Of course, if you decide to glue tiny parts to the model once they’re painted, you would have to take more care not to damage the paint. You use it by tearing off a piece of wadding and then using it to clean anything made of metal. My father gave me a few tips here and there, but other than that it's just a matter of trial and error. I use it constantly to make custom cuts of track using the cutting tool, to file away and sculp plaster forms and even to chop off the occasional stripped screw. For smaller screws and more cramped spaces, I found a Black & Decker palm sized power screwdriver that is just great for small jobs.
It's wonderful for cleaning dirty track as well as cleaning old and dirty electrical contacts. For in-between jobs, I've got DeWalt cordless screwdriver that has an adjustable elbow on it.

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