The photo is an example of a painted work, and there are cases where parts, decals, etc. that are not included are used.
|RWB 993 TYPE (RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF)
|F 195mm – R 212mm
- 1/10 size unpainted polycarbonate body
- Polycarbonate separate bumper (front/rear)
- Polycarbonate light parts (front/rear)
- Polycarbonate dashboard, canards, engine parts
- Original Resin rear hood & wings, door mirrors
- Decal, 3D light decal, masking sheet included
- RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF certified
- made in Japan
[Body production] RWB 993 Body cut work
Description of tools to use
The body cutting work introduced this time mainly uses curved scissors and straight scissors, and a design knife is used for more detailed work such as fine details.
Curved shears are used to cut curves and fine details. For example, it is effective when cutting out curves on the body surface such as fenders, body curves, and wing shapes.
Straight scissors, on the other hand, are used to cut straight sections. For example, it is effective for cutting rough shapes, straight lines, and corners of the body.
Basically, curved scissors are used to cut fine curves, and straight scissors are used to cut straight lines and rough shapes. However, depending on the content of the body manufacturing work, the usage may differ. It is important to select and use the appropriate scissors according to the shape and design of the body.
By skillfully using both the two types of scissors introduced and the design knife, you can achieve an accurate and beautiful finish.
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