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Keeping the door bars in place while scratch bldg.
Topic Started: Jan 1 2015, 01:29 PM (771 Views)
Brian Conn
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I will have to some scratch building to do on my SNRA builds for this year, so I am going to pass along this helpful "how to".

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For those of you who scratch build your rol l cages, this is what I do to hold the horizontal and vertical door bars in place while they are being glued together. I place a piece of tape to the inside of the door bar area with the sticky side facing out. I do one piece at a time and allow plenty of time for the individual pieces to adhere to each other before moving on to the next section. Do not try and do all of the bars once for excellent results.
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Thanks for sharing.
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It is lawyer nice to see informative how-to articles.
   You're not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on.
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