Quick question about Arms Microns

Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Shockwave9227, Jul 5, 2012.

  1. Shockwave9227

    Shockwave9227 I'm actually 16.

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    Do you need a knife to take out of the Arms Micron parts or do they just pop off the sprues? And how are they assembled? Do you need a screwdriver to assemble the Micron or do the parts just pop on to eachother?
     
  2. TwilightNero

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    I don't have any, but from what I've seen, if you've ever built a gundam model, or something of the like, it's like those.
     
  3. Lbsammills51

    Lbsammills51 Well-Known Member

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    You do cut them off of the sprues (I use a pair of nail trimmers), but no screwdrivers are needed by any means. Once of the sprue, you just pop the parts together.
     
  4. Mewtwo

    Mewtwo Transform & Bamboo out

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    You do not need to cut them off the sprue for the most part. You can wiggle them off mostly.
     
  5. anikenvader

    anikenvader Stuff & Things

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    I have a couple. Yes, you can twist and break them out of the sprews, but like most models I would recommend some snipers. Or a small exacto knife.
     
  6. SydneyY

    SydneyY @syd_tfw Veteran TFW2005 Supporter

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    Yeah, no knife. My son built most of my Arms Microns, and he just wiggled the parts off the tree. We did file the remaining sprue bits though. It's very easy.
     

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