Hello all. I'm a complete newbie with this technology, but I'm wondering if I can use it to make part of my hobby a little easier. I build a lot of railway wagons from plastic kits, and to introduce some variety, I would like to prepare alternative components for van sides and ends. It looks like I can do that (I have to learn to use the software, of course) - but I'm wondering how to bond my 'new' components to those of the plastic kits. The plastic I'm working with is either styrene or ABS, and I use a liquid solvent known as MEK (Methyl Ethyl Ketone). Would the same solvent be suitable for bonding 3D-printed components?