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Spray-Work Painting Stand

by: Ken Fortier [ KENCELOT ]


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For those of us that wish we had a "lazy susan" for our painting needs, and being forbidden to use the one from the kitchen, Tamiya has answered with the release of their Spray-Work Painting Stand Set.
These are a great tool that will aid the user in holding all sizes of parts, thereby leaving your hands free for more important tasks... like holding your airbrush!

 

Contents/Conclusion
Two separate tables are included. A 6.25 inch table which includes 4 spring clips and various sized holes in the table for accommodating sprues or dowels that hold the parts.

The smaller table uses a unique spring system which is designed to "grab" the model from the inside leaving the outer surfaces free of clips or fingers for complete "paintablity".

I recommend this set to anyone who struggles with "how to hold the parts" while painting.

 




SUMMARY
Percentage Rating
80%
  Scale: Other
  Mfg. ID: 74522
  Suggested Retail: $20.00
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  PUBLISHED: May 17, 2004
  NATIONALITY: United States
NETWORK-WIDE AVERAGE RATINGS
  THIS REVIEWER: 84.00%
  MAKER/PUBLISHER: 83.24%

About Ken Fortier (Kencelot)
FROM: FLORIDA, UNITED STATES

Like many, I developed an interest in building models when I was around 8 years young. I remember my mother keeping my interest in them by joining a "model a month" club back in the mid 70s. Things like the Lunar Lander, and a Braniff International 747 were some of the kits I'd build that came in th...

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