Glue parts together using Tamiya Cement. Apply a small amount of cement to one of the gluing surfaces and press the parts together. Leave for a while until cement has completely hardened.
Tips: Cement does not work on metal plated surfaces. Scratch off plating of the gluing surface using a knife.
Tips: It is hard to get a good grip on small parts using just your fingers. This can often result in getting cement onto your fingers and dirtying the parts. Using tweezers helps solve this problem.
The currently available Tamiya Putty (Basic Type) has long been praised by modellers for its high quality and ease of use. However, it's gray color sometimes made painting over it with a lighter color difficult. Tamiya now provides modellers with a white-colored putty to solve this problem. Useful for filling holes and seam lines, this versatile putty can be used on plastic, wood, or metal, and can also be diluted with lacquer thinner for a wide range of applications. Each aluminum tube contains 32 grams of putty.
Brand: Colorful Ha Ni
This epoxy cement is perfect for attaching photo-etched and die-cast parts onto scale models. As it takes five minutes to harden, it provides you with ample time to finely adjust attachment positions before it sets. In addition, it does not whiten when dried and features high strength against shocks. Cement 5g, Hardening agent 5g.
Tamiya CA cement provides rapid bonding for hard plastic, metal and synthetic rubber etc. The Tamiya quick type CA cement is useful for attaching tiny parts that require quick settlement. The unique dropper style applicator enables you to use one drop at a time. The package includes 2 x micro nozzles, applicator and plug-in CA tube.
Mr.CEMENT is appropriate for attachment between plastic parts in models (sterol resin plastics).