Scale Model Jig 32-24 Scale

Published: January 25th, 2020     
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Reviewed by: Allan Murrell - IPMS# 49715
Price: $34.99
Product / Stock #: MMTL019
Product provided by: Masterpiece Models

Masterpiece Models has provided a useful aircraft building jig for 1/32 to 1/24 scale aircraft.

The Jig is designed for use in assembly of models, Painting and transporting.

There is no instructions included but the assembly of the jig is simple and the photograph on the box is enough to allow you to build it with ease. Peeling the protective paper off the acrylic sheet parts was not very easy. I suggest pulling it off very slowly works best. The black plastic vertical mounting parts need slow cleaning up of flash.

It is made from a clear acrylic sheet and comes with four adjustable supports that can be adjusted vertically and in and out.

This is a very useful tool when modelling aircraft and many science fiction subjects also. Although the jig states for 1/32 to 1/24, I did find it is also good for large 1/72 scale aircraft as well as many 1/48 aircraft. I would have like some soft felt like material for mounting on the surfaces that are in contact with the model. I will add some myself to save any potential paint damage.

I highly recommend this jig and will be using it a lot!

Thanks go to Masterpiece Models for providing this tool to review and IPMS USA for allowing me to review it for them

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