"Ovals and Oblong" and "Ovals" Steel Templates

Published: August 23rd, 2014     
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Reviewed by: Pablo Bauleo - IPMS# 46363
Company: Eduard
Price: $9.95
Product / Stock #: 00031, 00032
Product provided by: Eduard

In recent months Eduard Models has been releasing some very useful tools for the modeler, like this series of templates. I have previously reviewed three other sets in the range: http://web.ipmsusa3.org/content/shapes-templates

This first set reviewed in this article is "Ovals and Oblong," part number 00031, with a total of 25 shapes. There are four subsets of shapes: two oval subsets, a teardrop subset, and a circle with a flat edge subset. The last shape is very useful when scribing fuel/oil caps onto airplanes or vehicles.

The next set is "Ovals," part number 00032, with a whopping 60 oval templates. Their dimension ranges from 1x1.8 mm to 2.8x7.6 mm. You will be hard pressed to claim there was an oval shape you couldn't find in this template set.

Not only these templates are useful for scribing panel lines, but also can be used to simply draw panel lines with a pen or to guide a blade when creating masks for windows, mirrors, etc.

Both of these sets are etched in steel which delivers both durability and strength (i.e., they won't get easily deformed by use).

Part Part Number Cost
Ovals and Oblongs 00031 $9.95
Ovals 00032 $9.95

Highly recommended.

I would like to thank Eduard and IPMS/USA for the review sample.

  • Ovals and Oblong Template #00031
    Ovals and Oblong Template #00031
  • Ovals Template #00032
    Ovals Template #00032

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