Vay wrote:FW thinks they left a box out and are working with me to get the missing parts.
- Started working on the big items. Cutting, shaving, trimming, and thinking if I should saw some of the parts cause clipping might leave a deep spot.
- All parts are slippery with mold sauce. Need to give the whole thing a bath after prepping.
- 4 tanks, 8 XV8's, and 12 drones are kinda funny to look at while building the manta. They scream build me...
- READ every thing you can about Manta building. I am going to pre-paint the gunners and some of the other block off points while I wait for my parts from FW.
? How long will this take? I can not even ball park guess.
Vay wrote:- SKIL 9216-01 120-Volt 9-Amp Reciprocating Saw, check
- Bosch Power Sander, Check
- Nerve to use "power tools" on the manta...
- Holy cow, Resin death cloud...
- Wicked looking gas mask, check
- Goggles, check
- Not adding my own blood to the manta, To be continued...
Vay wrote:I have always wondered when that "Forge world resin dust" issue would come along. I always stayed away form power tools and faithfully followed the path of clippers and razors (ok, and a drill). The Manta on the other hand does not care for my mortal implements. A Reciprocating Saw is a god send when taking on the large feeder blocks and so is the power sander. That said, you would die with the amount of dust I am kicking out. Please use a mask (and goggles).
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