View Full Version : Modelling Saws

19-03-2006, 02:26 PM
For those of you planning any conversions, I\'d recommend a modelling saw. I went for years without one and when I planned my larger Nid conversions I was convinced by a GW staffer, a good mate of mine, to get a saw. I was tempted to refuse but eventually caved in. Now my advice to you is this...

They are an essential tool in conversion works and the money you pay is a small fee compared to the time you save and quality of the job you can achieve. For those of you serious about a conversion, the saw is really an amazing tool.

:blink: Just don\'t slip, that hurts...

04-04-2007, 12:54 PM
If i need a saw i tend to use one of my schools saws and do it in a lunchtime. This is quite easy for me as my dt teacher is great.

04-04-2007, 08:46 PM
Good stuff. I guess if you have access then it\'s even better.

But to reiterate the point, the saw is a fantastic investment for thoe serious about converting work. I cut a fex in half and you can see the expanded version in the gallery. He looks real big and I\'d neer have achieved the job without the saw.