Plastic Cement 20 ml

Plastic Model glue with applicator brush.

Tamiya Plastic Cement 20 ml Plastic Model and Hobby Cement #87012
 Tamiya # tam87012
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Tamiya Item # tam87012
Features :

Excellent for plastic models (polystyrene plastic).

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"Plastic Cement"
shaneoye33 (Spokane, Wa.)
This is the best Cement by far to put together Model tank tracks, you can easily put a full set of tracks together in a few hours, you can paint it with in a hour of drying to the touch,then I paint the tracks, the cement stays flexible and strong enough to attach the tracks together, this cement will set up in a few days, by then I am displaying my finished model. now if the seller can just keep it in stock, I would buy a few bottles to have on hand.

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Excellent for plastic models (polystyrene plastic).


20 ml.

  • Tamiya Product Number: 87012

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"using multiple types of glues"
Badger0509 (Powder Springs GA)
Never thought I would like to use more that one plastic cement but I tried this on a whim. Sure glad I did... it is the best for gluing large assemblies as it does not evaporate rapidly and hangs in one place quite well. Like gluing large wing assemblies it is the best as it is thick enough to hang in one place and is slow to evaporate. There seems to be some butyl acetate dissolved in it that gives it the thickness. Using the thick and thin Tamiya cements for the many assemblies required to build a complex model goes a lot easier with these cements. I recommend it highly!

"Going Tubeless"
I'd been away from the hobby for awhile so when I decided to build a model I read some build articles around the net. One of the most common things mentioned was brush on glue as opposed to using the old tube. I figured I'd give it a try and I see why so many people like it. You have total control as opposed to not knowing how much of a blob is going to come out of the tube, and, for small areas, it's really easy to just dip a toothpick in it. Nice price too.

"excellent glue, wish the brush was just a bit longer"
I use this and the extra thin glue. Both are excellent. I use this one to glue larger surfaces where the glue needs to dry a bit slower. My only problem with it is that the brush does not go to the bottom of the jar. So when you start to get low on glue you need to order a new bottle so that you don't have to screw the lid/brush in to get a good amount of glue on the brush.

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