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How to glue Miniatures to pink foam

Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by Lord-Marcus, Sep 16, 2017.

  1. Lord-Marcus
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    Lord-Marcus Well-Known Member

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    I'm going to build some columns out of pink foam, how is the best way to glue terradon to pink foam?
     
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    Magnets I reckon
     
  3. Lord-Marcus
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    Uggh
     
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    Plastic or metal terradons ?
    also what part is being glued.

    ps. if it's the plastic ones, I have an idea...

    take a bit of longish sprue cut out of your scraps,
    and impale it into your foam block where you want it connected,
    (you may need to drill a hole first) I would hot glue this bit to the foam.
    them use regular plastic glue to connect your plastic parts.
     
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    They are the metal terradon. I got a bunch of em in a lot.
     
  6. n810
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    Hmmm..... similar idea....
    Except use a nail instead of sprue,
    and use some epoxy wield instead of plastic glue...

    Also you may have issues with your model being a bit top heavy.
    so plan accordingly.
     
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