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About Bob MDC

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  • Birthday 08/04/1950

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  1. Mr Hobby, Mr Finishing Surfacer 1500 in grey/black or white is the best I have tried, all of our masters we treat with this straight from the can. One of the great things is if you have imperfections like a scratch or a blemish a quick flash and it's gone. All the 3D work we get in is treated with this stuff it makes my job a lot easier when removing masters from moulds. Bob
  2. Hi, We do both types of rockets Mk1 and Mk3 rails both suitable for the Mosquito with a choice of HE or armour piercing, the mounting stubs are for the Typhoon but we do the Mosquito mounting stubs as well so it's a small job to change the stub mountings. Bob
  3. Yes we do the Mk1and Mk3 rails for the Typhoon but we also have mounting stubs for the Mosquito so you can use the Mk3 rails on it.
  4. IPMS (UK) Technical Advisory Service should do the trick if they don't have it "they will know a man who can " Bob
  5. Will be there both days in the demo area will have some of our new formula flexi belts including a new tooled Mk 103 to fit an Hs 129
  6. Not a fan of Shapeways finish but I get a job in from time to time , Halfords grey primer followed by Mr Primer Surfacer 1500 straight on top of the Halfords before it dries. I know it sounds daft but "it works for me" Bob
  7. Hi Roy, Can't help with Classy Hobby but AFV Modeller do a good range of 1/16 tank crew. Bob
  8. I've always used graphics industry booths a "Spray Away" for my modelling and a bloody great fan box for priming both with activated charcoal filters with prefilters. Bob
  9. Mr Masking Sol R paint it on the trim with a scalpel when dry "bloody good stuff" Bob
  10. We do a seat upgrade for the Revell plus the Mk103 plus a flexi ammo belt for it. Bob
  11. They are a bit slow on there release dates may have to get our Typhoon moulds out again
  12. Report post Posted yesterday at 03:39 PM This thinner is for Mr Hobby Color the water (ish) based one. The lacquer based Mr Color Use the deep blue Mr Color Thinners or yellow Mr Color Levelling Thinner the mix ratio is important not to thick or your airbrush thinks your spiderman Bob
  13. I think David is away till the end of August but he is still in business with some new releases shortly Bob
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