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The following new products are all available online now from UMM-USA:

Micro Mitre Box - for JLC Saw



High Quality - MMB box with adjustable stop 90MM x 10MM x 7-10MM

This aluminum micro mitre box is just 95mm long making it deal for miniature work. Each unit has one 45 ° degree and one 90 °degree angle cutting slots.

For use with JLC razor saws ONLY! (JLC001, JLC002 and JLC004 - thickness saw 0.12mm). It is used to cut square ends, perfect splices and mitered corners. The miter box has an adjustable stop.

We highly recommend this tool to all modelers who owns JLC saw.


AWB Adjustable Wire Bender



The wire bender for modelers is designed for wire bending. Not only for circular but also oval shapes. This is accomplished by pulling the two sides.

Adjustable wire bender can make consistent bends in any size wire in any scale!

Recommended for Aircraft (hydraulic and fuel lines), Armour, Vehicles, Trains, Tanks, Ships or Cars...

Make a consistent bend every time in any one of 9 sizes (1 to 9mm).


Lead Wires and Sheet

Round Lead Wires 0.2 to 1.00mm,
Flat Lead Wires 1.0 X 0.2mm to 1.0 X 0.4mm
Lead Sheet Stock 5000.

Universal Flat and Round Wires - We recommended this product for all detail work, it's ideal for shaping into Round and Flat areas, such as wheel bays, bomb bays, electronics, cockpits - use it for seat belts that stay in the shape they are placed, radars, engines, mechanical covers, antennas, flat panels, tags, inscription plates,
rings and more... (used for Airplanes, Armour, Cars, Ships, Figures, Dioramas and Science-Fiction models).



The Lead Sheet Stock - At last there is a material which will not tear unintentionally while detailing your models. The Lead Sheet Stock is thicker and softer than foil to mimic actual material.



Use in any scale, for slings, canvas tie downs, seat cushions, rolled canvas tarps, flags, etc.

Aircraft modelers use it for seat belts that stay in the shape they are placed, seat cushions and battle damaged parts both metal and fabric.

Thanks to John Vojtech from UMM-USA for the information and images.

Text and Images Copyright © 2011 by Shesto
Page Created 4 December, 2011
Last updated 5 December, 2011

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