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Freeze Tube floor with the etched brass
replacing the clear part.
These parts are cast in clear by Moebius and are impossible to paint. But now, painting these parts is no longer necessary! You make use of the brass replacement parts by trimming, finishing and painting them and either placing them on top of the clear plastic parts or placing them on the model parts where they belong. The floor plates drop into their places and the Freeze Tube wall can be supported, as the model part is, with pieces of brass—which is part of this kit.
Here are Moebius' original kit parts.
Cast in clear, these are nearly imposible to paint!
Now you have an alternative!
The fedoratron enhancement.
Etched brass Freeze Tube wall grills,
Freeze Tube floor plates and elevator floor plate
A brass Freeze Tube wall (not painted)
is laid right on top of the clear kit part.
These Fedoratron aftermarket etched brass parts will beautifully enhance your Moebius Models' 18" Jupiter 2. They can be attached to the top faces of all the clear pieces.
Moebius Models' 18" Jupiter 2™ Brass Replacement Parts Kit comes with
Thank you, Modelman Tom, for the youtube review.
The brass is literally paper thin — at .003". Thin but sturdy! Some etched brass experience is helpful but not necessary. The illustrated instructions will offer suggestions if minor mishaps occur.
Working with thin brass requires a way to cut the small "frets" that attach the piece to the frame. You probably have the necessary handtool already. Fine‑tipped flush nippers or even a nail clipper will work. A rounded or chisel hobby tool blade, worked against something hard, like glass, smooth stone or metal, is ideal.
You'll also need fine grit sand paper or sanding pads. Then standard primers and paints. Cyanoacrylic "superglues" can work as well as special purpose materials such as Micro-Scale's Kristal Klear or Plaid's Mod Podge — glues that will not craze or fog clear plastic and dry clear.
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