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Seam Line Removal, 101

Method 2 :
If there is an area(s) on your build that is too small to get any sanding implements into, make sure that the gap is evenly filled (as before) and take a sharp blade and gently slice away the glued area until it has completely gone.






Below is a picture of how my piece ended up. If you cut too deep, add some putty to build the area up flush again, and gently re-cut the piece with the sharp knife. If you have one visibly flat area where you shave off the glue, gently rub the blade in a wider area to even out the shape better. If possible, sand with a fine grit sandpaper to get rid of the uneven edges.




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About Scott (RedComet)
FROM: VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA


Comments

Good stuff for a 101 series. Nice and clean and direct, well done (and good website, "Ghost")
APR 28, 2008 - 12:28 AM
Excellent article and photos! You made the process very clear and easy to follow!
APR 28, 2008 - 10:57 AM
Very nicely done, and good for hobby re-turnees or newbies. Bookmarked and looking forward to more! Thanks for posting, cheers
APR 28, 2008 - 01:42 PM