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Walnut strips can be worked on by hand or with a machine. In addition, they take well to being glued (to itself or also to cardboard) and to staining. These attributes make them a perfect material for architectural model making applications.
These mouldings can be cut by means of a COPING SAW, a FRET SAW or a CIRCULAR TABLE SAW (ours are from the Proxxon and Kaleas companies). Gluing work can be done with either UHU HART or PONAL EXPRESS.
Straight or bent glue-laminated support beams for use in architectural models can be created out of rectangular strips by gluing them together in a mould (e.g. between nails pounded into a board) where they remain until the glue is dry. Moulding sizes that are not included in our assortment can be created by combining the cross-sections that are available.