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Archer Fine Transfers last won the day on February 8 2019

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  1. Back in the day it was a little-known trick to use a pencil to draw panel lines instead of scribing them.
  2. Hi Dave, Got ya covered. Send your mailing address to orders@archertransfers.com and I'll put them in the mail with a tracking link. Woody
  3. Jig: noun Machinery. a plate, box, or open frame for holding work and for guiding a machine tool to the work, used especially for locating and spacing drilled holes; fixture. You can call an alligator a tomato but that doesn't make it a tomato.
  4. Wrong, a jig is more of a fixture to hold a workpiece firmly in place while tools work on it, like you see in factories. Jigs for building models are used to hold components in precise alignment - like biplanes, but they are more commonly used in the construction of flying models. But what do I know, I was only a tool maker for 7 years.
  5. I might have the kit parts you're looking for. Which part numbers exactly do you need?
  6. Second vote for a pencil sharpened to a chisel point. Won't work on gloss, but it does on SG or flat.
  7. I've considered it, but it's not a priority at this time. I wish I had a magic want, but alas I don't. Woody
  8. I know I'm a little late to the JB Weld party, but I've known people that fixed cracked engine blocks with that stuff. I haven't gone that far but I've used it to fix broken pot handles, cat littler scoops, toilet flush handles and other things essential to survival in the modern world. One of the few things that actually lives up to its claims.
  9. Totally uncalled for. Take this behavior over to Facebook.
  10. If these are the temporary fasteners around the edge of removable panels, they are called Dzus fasteners. The ones we have are going to stand a bit proud so be aware of that. The one you're looking for is THIS.
  11. Domestic U.S. shipping was $3.99, now $3.75 - FREE for orders over $35 (was $50) International orders shipping was $10.99, now $10.75 - FREE for orders over $50. These rates will stay in effect until further notice. The LSP discount for the SBD rivet skins is still in effect. Save $25 off retail.
  12. I've never done any pre-shading before and looking for any tips you may be interested in sharing. Thanks in advance. Woody
  13. If you need them recessed try drilling a shallow hole and fill it with some water soluble filler like Perfect Plastic Putty. When dry wipe over it with a damp cloth until it's just below the surface.
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