I chose to use a soldering
iron instead of the recommended CA glue. This makes the assembly more
difficult but the joints hold better... After all I needed to hone my soldering
skills, Don't you?
The other tools I used
were flush cut wire cutters, Heavy
Duty Scissors, a sanding disc in
my motor tool, thin
solder, and long nose pliers.
I would recommend
cleaning the parts while still on the sprue, if you plan to glue the kit
together. This way paint will stick better.
The main walls went
together quickly. They were held in place by little slip fit tabs, and the
instructions said not to glue them together until the roof was put on. The
curved wall had several etched perforations, making it very easy to get a symmetrical
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