Can you use other glue besides model glue for models?
if it is a plastic model kit you can use super glue, but not wood glue.
crazy glue is cyanacrylate (ca) I believe, similar to what many model airplane builders use when building models
In my personal opinion I use a glue called "Zap-a-gap" it works well on both pewter and plastic models, and unlike plastic glue it doesn't melt the plastic together in case you wanted to take it apart for another model. Most people however will use a plastic glue (for plastic models of course) and a super glue (for pewter models). For basing the model, once I put the larger things like rocks etc. I use… Read More
For the metal models, superglue is best.
If you want them to be permanent, use plastic model cement. If not almost any other glue (e.g. Elmer's white glue) will be OK.
I would use Testors non-toxic cement for plastic models. This glue should be available where any plastic model kits are sold...or your local hobby shop.
If it's polystyrene use poly glue if other parts use epoxy or super glue.
It depends what librarian model & what kind of glue/epoxy your using to bond them together. In my experiences it was difficult but doable.
Usually you don't "make" a model. I use green stuff from GW to add things like capes, nurgles rot, etc. Most of the time it's used to created extra details to personalize the models. From my experiences I wouldn't use it to put a model together, not only does it not hold well, its more expensive. I'm a fan of a glue called Zap-a-gap it holds well, but unlike plastic glue it doesn't melt the… Read More
i dont think so besides, why do you want to swallow a glue.
I want to make a motorbike out of watches and I will be using super glue. You can buy some epoxy resin glue for this too.
Super glue is the best thing to use to glue metal models, if theres a tricky piece that keeps falling off when your trying to glue it try using some blue tack to hold it together as it dries.
Both techniques are popular, and it really comes down to personal preference. Many newer painters find that they achieve better results painting a model before gluing it together, but many more experienced painters glue their models first, then paint all the models in a squad together like an assembly line. ANS 2 - In most models there are small parts that need to be painted first, then left aside to dry. Larger parts such as… Read More
In Assault on Black Reach you get some paints, but I don't think you get glue because most of that sets models are supposed to snap together. As for other sets like a battleforce, you don't get paint or glue unless the hobby center you're buying from is having a deal where it is included.
You can repair broken things with it. You can create crafts and models with it.
The only chemical that dissolves it does more damage than the glue.
if material is wood-then wood glue
I use polystyrene glue and super glue. Both available at the hobby store.
White glue or yellow carpenters glue will both work.
Well, Airfix models are called: Plastic Model Kits. There are many websites on the subject, just google 'Airfix Forum', or something like that. Here is a brief word how: The model is made at the factory on a plastic sprue, sometimes called a tree. You cut the parts off the sprue with a scalpel, craft knife, or small pliers. Then you sand or file the rough edges off the part. Following the instructions included in… Read More
Yellow carpenter's glue.
Wood glue is better FOR GLUING WOOD than any other type of glue !
you can glue stuff
flour and water
"Glue" is not a precise enough term for us to answer the question. At the very least, you'd have to specify the kind of glue. White glue, model cement, rubber cement, mucilage, epoxy, etc.
You use polystyrene glue, which will be sold in the store you buy the kit.
Well you can glue it but the JAh mag has a odd proccess that i dont believe in but it might work but if you were to glue it on use clear super glue otherwise the horses weight would topple the leg once more so super glue the leg them hold it there so it stays then leave the model on a cloth on a table for a few days to engure it dries the… Read More
My advice would be to use "model Master's" clear parts cement and window maker glue which goes on colorless and dries completely clear. Hope this helps.
"Yes. Walmart offers them in blue or white, and that's just the basic model. Many other brands can be found in other retailers in many other colors for use."
You need polystyrene glue, commonly available in model store or hobby stores.
For my Architecture class I made a model that is indestructible because I used a lot of glue to glue it together.
Most of the good Hobby stores I have been in stock it. It's a very well known glue.
No, balsa wood is simply a very light, but strong wood, much used in models for it's strength relative to weight. You should glue it with TiteBond ll.
just glue and tapeee
in downtown near the top models inc
An animal glue is an adhesive that is created by prolonged boiling of animal connective tissue. These protein colloid glues are formed through hydrolysis of the collagen from skins, bones, tendons, and other tissues, similar to gelatin. The word "collagen" itself derives from Greek kolla, glue. These proteins form a molecular bond with the glued object. Stereotypically, the animal in question is a horse, and horses that are euthanized are often said to have been… Read More
There are many kinds of plastics with many different glues. I suspect you may be asking about plastic models, in this case polystyrene glue available in hobby stores is best.
Use either the standard Games Workshop plastic glue (it's expensive, but it works) or, in the case of larger models, use glue and pin then to their bases for extra strength.
Because glue has more adhesive force than cohesive force,so when the glue is in the bottle the glue molecules pulls the other glue molecules which prevents glue from sticking to the glue bottle.
Elmer's or other white glue
you have to glue bits and pieces together ;-)
popsicle sticks should do it with a glue gun
Buy stuff and glue it together.
well that depends on what type of glue it is.(are you silly enough to eat glue though!?)if it is a normal type of classroom glue eg:pritt stick or kids craft then it is most likely to be non toxic, Any other glue is very bad for you other glue though is probably really bad for you.
Making a 3D model of a pH scale for kids is fun and exciting. You will need pattern printouts, scissors, glue and crayons. Then you want to glue the printouts on paper and have the kids crayon them.
It depends on if your making a model, or a real wigwam. If you are making a model, you: * first you take and old plastic bowl *then,you cut a hole about 2 inches up and 3 inches wide * after, you take 5 sticks. Super glue or hot glue (OPTIONAL) one on the rim, and 4 to form like a star.(glue them to the bowl) * then you take whatever material you want (… Read More
I use PL300 to glue styrofoam to itself or any other surface.
You could lay zip loc bags on each other, glue it on the sides, spray paint it, then cut off the zipper part
White glue or carpenter's glue (you may know it as Elmer's glue) is made from protein, and therefore can be eaten by cockroaches. There are other kinds of glue which are not edible even by cockroaches.
Use glue and sugar cubes.