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  1. Advice please from anyone with experience of using the Flightpath photo etch sets. I've got two for the Echelon 1/32 Lightning (I'm doing a F2a and F6). I've invested in the Flightpath sets, but they seem to be made from a different material than others from such companies as Eduard. As the attachment points are larger than other manufacturers, I'd like to know the best technique for separating the parts from the sheets, without damaging the parts themselves... TIA
  2. Hi fellow modelers, In this video I'm showing you some tools which can help you achieve good results on round/curved surfaces: BW
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