Hasbro Falcon Holes on bottom?

Discussion in 'General Modeling' started by SirCharles77, Aug 31, 2015.

  1. SirCharles77

    SirCharles77 Active Member

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    Hey all, I am wondering if anyone who has done a Hasbro Falcon Conversion has bothered to deal with the screw holes on the bottom of the hull? And if so, how did you approach it?
     
  2. leyrich

    leyrich Well-Known Member

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    I fill the holes with MARINE hand moldable all purpose white epoxy putty stick. DSC00149.JPG
     
  3. retiredadguy

    retiredadguy Active Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Funny about that. They just so happen to be the same size as a standard hole punch. Punch out 27 hole from a piece of sheet styrene. squeeze any putty filer as a base and cover with the styrene hole covers you just made. Done. No sanding. Looks clean.
     
  4. rbeach84

    rbeach84 Sr Member

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    I was considering using a bit of packing (like tissue paper) and a plug made of silicone sealant (paintable) to hide the screws while still leaving them accessible.
    R/ Robert
     
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