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Avro Vulcan B.2 3D Instrumentation and Harnesses

2 sheet set. (designed to be used with new mould 2021 release Airfix kits)

Kits-World | No. KW3D1721001 | 1:72

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Kits-World
Title:
Avro Vulcan B.2 3D Instrumentation and Harnesses 2 sheet set. (designed to be used with new mould 2021 release Airfix kits)
Number:
KW3D1721001
Scale:
1:72
Type:
Detail set
Topic:
Avro Vulcan » Jets (Aircraft)

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Andrew Gledhill
Hi folks. I have just got this for the new Airfix Vulcan. This is my 1st 3D Printed decal. There are no instructions in the pack. Do you apply them like normal decals? Or do you just cut them out and glue them onto the parts?
13. July, 07:39
Ottilie Harwood-Gray
Hi Andrew I have found some pictures of 3 D decals on a 1/32 scale P-51D and it looks like there have removed them with water but I don't know myself as I am in the same situation as you are as I don't know.
5. August, 16:44
Martin Oostrom
I honestly don't know. I would try the regular way first. If it doesn't work, cut and glue
5. August, 18:03
Spanjaard
there is an email to contact them in their website. maybe they can give some advice. strangely enough there is no indication of how to use them in the website either.
5. August, 18:32
Mark
Treat them like any other water slide decal. They are thicker and therefore less flexible than a regular decal, so using a decal softening solution is helpful. You may want to remove any raised detail from kit parts before applying the 3D decals.
5. August, 18:39
Andrew Gledhill
Hi mark. I did read somewhere that said. If you put them on like a normal decals. Do not use decal softening solutions. Just use water as a softening solution can ruin the 3d details. I guess I can try them out by doing the back seat area first. Most of the cockpit won't be able to be seen anyway.
5. August, 19:52

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