My 5 ft Millennium Falcon Build/Reference thread

bwayne64

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Ikmtrying the freezer method first. I’ll leave it in overnight and try tomorrow.
Yea that's probably safer than the green stuff. It can make some plastic slimy. Just depends on the type of styrene. I used it on an F4 part for the Galactica and it worked well. But its a roll of the dice.
 

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Before and after!! Didn’t lose a one. :) Woohoo!!
 

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Finally got to try my 3D scanner. I’m hoping to use this to replicate some parts. We’ll see…
 

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