Probably The Most Useful Resin-Working Tool I've Bought

Thursday 30 December, 2010

After having used Radu's saw blades for a while now, I honestly think that with the possible exception of learning how to use a microwave oven to deal with *really* badly warped parts, they're the most useful tools for working with resin kits that I've got The heavy duty saws make short work of part detachment, while the very finest saws are an excellent alternative approach to scoring joins with a knife with greatly reduced likelihood of parts flying off or breaking due to the pressure of a knife blade. They don't rip through resin at quite the pace of the Lion Roar (or was it Trumpeter?) resin cutting saw blades, but at the same time they're a lot less likely to buckle and the whole process feels much more "in control" and less accident-prone. One suggestion I'd make when purchasing - if you get multiple saw blades, buy a holder for each, buy a handle for each. You won't regret the extra expense, it's much handier to have all of the blades to hand without replacing blade parts, plus handles can be bought very cheaply. Same goes for the scribers - I've got every single one in a handle, for an additional cost of $25 or so, and a whole fresh supply of #11 blades into the bargain. A full review of the scribers will have to wait for another time though - as you'd guess from this message, my recent focus has been on resin kits.
Testimonial By: Alan Crawford Milwaukee USA 

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