Customs: Flight Stands

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  1. SwitchPrime

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    Does anyone know how to make flight stands for Transformers? Ive found a few articles on how to do it for action figures but it doesnt really help with the TFs.
     
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    This is the kinda thin i wann build. 150.jpg
     
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    Thanks, Ill try this one out :) 
     
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    um...the adapter was made mostly for the 1/100 gundam action stands.....

    BigBadToyStore.com Search

    scroll down a bit, you'll see them.
     
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    the it comes with three stands from my understanding and different arms clips. I'm pretty sure you could custom it to fit your transformer and the pincers that hold the toy open and close also.

    See the review
    Act 5 stage. Detailed video review


    here is the Act 3 ( very detailed review)
    Tamashii Stage, act3, clear version. Review - YouTube

    hope this helps. Also not sure how large of a toy you are displaying though.
     
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