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Reference Image Laser Model Store for 28mm Buildings

Smeggers

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I came across these guys while looking for storage for my extensive collection of Vallejo paints and have got to say, what excellent models they produce. I purchased the three drawer paint store (fig 1) and was very impressed with the quality of the pieces and how easy it was to assemble.
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(fig 1) about £20.00

I decided to have a look at the full range of products by Laser Store, and was seriously impressed. Apart from paint storage, they can sort out MDF bases in a variety of shapes and sizes, buildings - from an outhouse (fig 2) to a country manor (fig 3) and all sizes in between.
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(fig2)
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(fig 3)
Most of the buildings can be bought in "full" condition or "ruined" which would ideally suit the Wargamer or diorama builder. I bought the Blacksmith's Forge (fig 4) for a small commission and found it was ideal for the purpose and easy enough to build. Build instructions are available as downloads from the website, which I think is a great idea inasmuch as it stops nefarious persons nicking other people's work and passing it off as their own. One thing I will say with the Forge, the stair case is a bit of a bugger to assemble and requires a little patience. It does, however go together and looks the business.
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(fig 4 )

This is a decent company, putting out good quality models and accessories. Their customer services are first rate and are happy to help with any queries. I have other items ordered and will show these as and when they are completed.
If you do buy any product from them, be advised, these are laser-cut MDF and do whiff a bit. The easy solution is to give each piece a coat of thinned down PVA glue to seal in the smell.
The only tools I found necessary for the builds were a hobby knife, sanding strips and files. I used Titebond III aliphatic resin glue as my preferred adhesive of choice, but any decent PVA will suffice.
Please give these guys a look, they are well worth it.

Rating: 5/5

Smeggers
 
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