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 Posted: Mon Mar 10th, 2014 10:53 pm
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Thanks Toto

Its a perfect kit for you to build when you are away during the week.......print and glue at home and do the cutting out at your digs

Laser printer is best if you have access to one.

Make sure you have the right card thickness and buy lots of blades!

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Hi John,

That would be the ideal way to do it right enough. I have a HP printer which takes about 8 separate inks. It was highly recommended for photographic purposes but I take it it will be an ink jet, maybe not I'll check when I get home.

I'm not really very knowledgable on IT matters, I just get by.

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And this is my modified version... with ideas "borrowed" from John Dew, etc





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I like the cream brick with brown buttresses, very nice indeed. :thumbs

Better put a pic of my version of the same factory..




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