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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-06-14, 07:39 PM Thread Starter
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Plast Craft Pre-Cut is a system of pre-cut sceneries in foamed PVC sheets developed by Plast Craft Games. Due to its features, foamed PVC is ideal for your wargame sceneries and models. This material is light, resistant and cheap, much better than other materials commonly used in models and sceneries, like foam-core board or plywood.
With Plast Pre-Cut you will assemble your sceneries in a fast and easy way. PVC sheets are water-resistant and can be easily carved, cut and drilled without using complex tools. As PVC can be glued with instant adhesive, Plast Pre-Cut is the fastest way to assemble your sceneries.

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I've got some of their TME series (non rounded) and it went together extremely easily.
None of the issues of mdf/hdf terrain (too tight a tolerance on joins, stench of burned wood).

Glues with superglue, paints with regular rattlecans (or airbrush) readily.

I'm looking at adding some of the bourak stuff to my collection in the next few months.

Hey! Where'd ... Everybody ... go?
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They really do have some nice looking scenery. I want some, just havn't made the leap yet.
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Some of that is very tau-esk. I do like it, but probably not going to fit in with my current set of scenery. I may however consider getting some of the cargo containers to make up detritus on the board.

Your toast has been burnt and no amount of scraping will get rid of the black bits.
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