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Before anybody gets really annoyed at Bruce for number two. He meant archer panel line decals. Archer also makes weld line decals which are meant for armor guys and you definitely don’t want to use In HO scale
On Jun 18, 2020, at 7:57 PM, Bruce Smith <smithbf@...> wrote:
There are at least 4 approaches that I know of:
1) Clear (thick) decal film
2) archer weld line decals (Bill W's favorite way right now)
3) etched metal appliques (I've done this. It's not easy but has a nice effect)
4) Bare metal foil (or equivalent) - like decal film, this is super easy and the rivets below show through, make it look appropriately riveted!
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clear decal film, as a representation?
On Thu, Jun 18, 2020, 4:47 PM Bruce Smith <smithbf@...
Absolutely an issue. Patch panels begin to appear in significant numbers in the 1950s. No plans for Rapido to do them at this time, but as we noted in discussions at the modeling meet, patch panels are pretty easy to add by a variety fo approaches. Undec kits
are available and would make great fodder for this modification.