Converting an Ironclad

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Converting an Ironclad

Post  Matthew G on Mon Dec 01, 2008 11:48 pm

Hey all,
I am in the process of gathering materials to convert my Furioso into an Ironclad dreadnought...

I am looking for advice and maybe some bits...

a) things to use as cables/wires/tubes to run from the circuits to the sarcophagus and arms and stuff
b) best place to buy that plasticard I see everyone using to add "panels" to things...
c) small ball bearings, like, tiny... minuscule... that I can use to make "rivets" on a dreadnought sized model...

any advice?

thanks in advance!
Matt

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Re: Converting an Ironclad

Post  System Commander on Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:23 am

You can pick up the plasticard at Hobby World on Idylwyld Drive.

Not sure on the ball bearings, but the cables/wires etc. can be used from different sources. Alot of people use guitar strings. I just got an order in from Dragon Forge and picked up a bunch of their pewter cast cables. It was pretty cheap, you get a good amount and it's great to work with.

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