Customs: Custom i am trying to do

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  1. Rodimal_Sigma

    Rodimal_Sigma Autobot Elite Command

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    I'm trying to make an Binaltech Bluestreak, now i no what ur saying, there already is silverstreak... well.. i'm trying to take a metal modle i found of a 350z 1:24 scale and put it on a alternator silverstreak body to creat alternators Bluestreak in the car he shoulda been. What do u think? And does anyone no a tool i can use to cut metal on that scale?
     
  2. manyoufactsure

    manyoufactsure Maximal TFW2005 Supporter

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    A band saw or hack saw can cut metal. The bandsaw uses less elbow power and don't forget your safety glasses. You might need two models since the cutting process might remove to much. That way, you cut on different sides of your cut line (on each model) to make up the difference. Good luck
     
  3. Fretburn

    Fretburn We need Instrument TFs

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    Band/hack saw won't exactly give you any kind of precision control.
    A Dremel Rotory Tool. The kitbasher's best friend.
     
  4. Viper_486

    Viper_486 Cobraaa!

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    Word.
     

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