Seam Scraper

This is a Seam Scraper from Squadron Tools.

Squadron Seam Scraper
 Squadron/Signal # squ10203
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Squadron/Signal Item # squ10203
Specifications :

Length: 6-1/2" (16.5cm)

  • Squadron Product Number: 10203
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"Seam scraper"
benwlundy (Toledo, OH)
Does exactly what it says it does...and more Especially great for styrene, especially when you need to scrape back putty that you've used to fill the seam.

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  • Stainless steel micro scraper.
  • Used for removing seam lines in plastic kits without destroying adjacent detail.
  • Carded packaging.


Length: 6-1/2" (16.5cm)

  • Squadron Product Number: 10203


One Seam Scraper.

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"Easy Seam Removal"
isaackeller90 (Somerset, MA)
This tool makes removing seams just that much easier and quicker a handy tool worth having.

"Surprisingly Effective"
BP (Anchorage, AK)
When I first saw a 'seam-scraper' I thought, why? I've got one of those, it's called an X-acto #11. No no no, I finally bought one of these when I had a bigger project and quickly realized it has powers far beyond those of a thinner blade. The angle of the cutting edge and the overall weight give it a unique ability to get into tight corners and plane a surface down to a nice shine. It has quickly become one of my new best friends, literally a magic wand that when waved over your model, all the surfaces align. I find myself using it a lot now, a classic example of something I never needed before but now I can't live without. If you (like me) ever scoffed at this thing, give it a try. It's impressive how well it performs. Now that I've tried it I will always have one on my modeling table.

"Basic scraper"
This is nice and hefty. One end is more of a straight scraping surface, and the other end is an angled surface. Nice polished finish, but the working (scraping) surfaces of the tools have a lot of tooling/mill marks. So out of the box this would be OK for rough work. For finer work you would need to clean up/resurface the cutting surfaces for smooth scraping.

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