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Barry Clements


3D modeler, Designer
My main hobby is model railroads. If you have a particular design you would like to have produced, please contact me to discuss.

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baztrains @jlwills42 I have had a few models made in HDBA material and it seems very good. It certainly doesn't need the amount of cleaning FUD/FXD requires, although the supports leave small 'pips' on the surface. But these can be removed fairly easily. Creating 3D models can take many hours. For a one-off sale, you'll probably have to commission someone to make this for you.
baztrains @jlwills42 Hi Jon. I would just advise care if using a grit/sand-blaster. You may take off the sharp edges to some of the smaller details of the model. I have tried the 'polished' version of WSF, and have seen this effect, although I do understand the polishing and blasting processes are different. Have you thought about one of the self-levelling primer-type paints, to smooth the surface of the WSF material? regards, Barry
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