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Thursday, April 19, 2018 - 12:16 PM UTC
The talented artists from the AK Learning Series and the expert Adam Wilder drives you on a journey through the secrets and techniques used for working with photeoetched parts.
Photoetch have always been a difficult task for many modellers. It doesn’t matter which modelling branch you choose, possibly you want to boost your modelling to a next level of detailing.

Don’t miss the opportunity to know how this pieces are made or how many uses can be given to this material. It will be much easier, after reading this book, to work with photoetch and even do our first steps in soldering.

The book has 88 pages and English text.
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this seems interesting, even the price is not bad
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