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 Posted: Tue May 19th, 2015 11:04 pm
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I've run out of 4mm corrugated sheet, I can't remember the make but it was probably A4 or just under and grey, thin, flexible and fine, it might have been Slaters but I don't want to send for some as they might be over scale, I have Wills but it's too thick as the edges have to be thinned leaving that side flat instead of ribbed.

 

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 Posted: Tue May 19th, 2015 11:31 pm
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Try Evergreen. They do a full range of plastic texture sheets.



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Have a look at the link below, there might be something useful.


http://scalescenes.com/scratchbuilders-yard


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Evergreen only have drawings not photo's and they look square section.

Scalescenes is paper and corrugations need to be picked out with a toothpick etc!

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If I remember correctly, Evergreen Styrene item no. 4526 Corrugated sheet has a 1mm groove (3" in scale) and a rib width of 0.33mm. The sheet size is 12" x 6".

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I have some evergreen sheets the shed. I can look it out tomorrow night and try and upload a photo or two if that would be any help ?

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Phil, the sheet you want is slaters,the only one that is nearest to scale
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Phil - snapshot of Slaters corrugated, and also Scalescenes:



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