Fixing a Warped Hull

A recent question posed to me via email brought this topic up as something that would be worth talking about. I'll do so below, and I'll also focus on it during my next YouTube Live which is today at 11am EST. Getting a warped hull, or at the very least warped parts, is an inevitable occurrence for the submarine modeler. The nature of the resins and plastics that we use means that the parts are prone to warping. In the body below, I'll go into a few different materials and my experiences with them, along with a few hints and tricks to get that boomerang-shaped part back to where it needs to be. Proper Storage First off, if you ever get a model kit and are not planning to work on it right awa

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