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(Armada) Super Star Destroyer Executor (3 PARTS)
typhon2 I think using lightweight expanding foam to fill the sections would give them rigidity and a stable surface one could use for your choice of adhesive. Simply fill the sections, let the foam bubble over slightly and sand with extremely fine sand paper. They way it's constructed now there is no real surface area for any type of glue. I imagine that monster would break apart even with careful normal handling.
typhon2 commented on (Armada) Vindicator Cruiser by Mel_Miniatures
May 29, 2015
(Armada) Vindicator Cruiser
typhon2 @mdfadden I hope so, I've got a $500.00 bet riding on it. :)
typhon2 @mdfadden Scrub it gently with a new soft toothbrush (don't use your toothbrush :)), warm water and some toothpaste, should remove the crystals.
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