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How to make armor set
Materials for making all parts
[Materials for making templates]
-"Kousakuyousi"(one of hard paper in Japan) 25piece
-Scotch tape(Sellotape) 3piece
-Packaging tape(parcel tape) 1piece
Ā®1.5mm or 2mm thick 100cm X 50cm
Ā®5mm thick 100cm X 100cm
Ā®10mm thick 100cm X 300cm
-Synthetic leather 100cm X 50cm
-Cloth 100cm X 20cm
-Liquid super glue 25piece
-Hot melt(glue gun) 50piece
-PVC pipe(diameter 26.0mm) 1piece
-Safety pin 20piece
-"Mini Rock" 25piece
-Ring form metal parts 25piece
-Vinyl tube 100cm
-Beads proper proper quantity*
1.When a undercoat is Gesso
-lacquer paint(Bottle lacquer paint, Lacquer Spray etc) or acrylic paint proper quantity*
-Bottle lacquer paint proper quantity*
2.When a undercoat is Thinned "Bond G17"(one of liqud glue in Japan)
-"Bond G17"(one of liqud glue in Japan) 500ml
-lacquer thinner 500ml
-Paper cup, bowl etc 1piece
-lacquer paint(Bottle lacquer paint, Lacquer Spray etc) proper quantity*
-Masking tape 1piece
*The paiting area is written in the package, refer it. Details are here.
Materials cost for making all parts
10000Yen (about 100Yen = 1dollar)
-Writing implement(Pencil,eraser,ballpoint,Magic Marker,ruler)
-Box cutter(Use also a "Pro blade" and a "Blade breaker")
-Hot melt(glue gun)
-Soldering iron and soldering iron stand
-Paint tools, such as a paintbrush
-Tool set required for rivet
Convenient tools when you have
-Art knife PRO
-Super glue Accelerator
Work time for making all parts
Attention in the work
-When you uses a thing including the thinner(Bond, lacquer thinner etc) or spray, make good ventilation.
And wear a gas mask.
-When you toast mterials etc, make good ventilation.
And don't breathe smoke, don't put smoke in your eyes.
-When you dig mterials etc with Soldering iron, make good ventilation.
And don't breathe in smoke, don't put smoke in your eyes.
-Don't use fire near the things which are easy to burn such as paint, thinner etc.
-When you finished using tools, pull an outlet.
-Read labels of materials and tools, and understand how to use.
sleeve and coif
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