Chain Link Fence – Model Railroad Scenery


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A cheap and very easy way of making very realistic chain link fence, not only with simple galvanized steel wire but I’ll also show a simple way of making a styrene version as well. Techniques can be applied to HO scale, N scale, O scale and more. This fence will look fantastic on any model railway layout, diorama or even on war gaming terrain and architectural models.Micro-Mark have set me up with a special promo code for my subscribers and viewers, you will be able to save 10% when shopping with them simply by using the promo code ‘boulder’ when at the checkout. By teaming up with Micro-Mark I’m able to pass on the savings to you and I will receive a small commission on individual sales as well when you use the promo code.Please know that I would not send you to a company who I didn’t fully trust and think delivered a great product and service all of which Micro-Mark have, just ask any serious modeler and they will all speak very highly of Micro-Mark so you can be confident they will deliver! Promo Code: boulderIf you want exact dimensions for the fence that I built you can go and check out my website, I’ll put all the specific details there for you to check out.http://www.bouldercreekrailroad.comMaterials – Nylon Tulle18 Gauge Galvanized Steel WireSolder (60% Tin 40% Lead)FluxSuper Glue (Thin and Gel versions)32 Gauge Jewelry Wire Rustoleum Winter Grey Spray PaintDull Coat0.8mm Styrene RodPlastic CementTools – PliersClampSoldering IronSharp Hobby KnifeRulerPencilFile (Small & Large)TweezersBlue-Tack…. aka Poster TackDrillChopper (Similar to the ‘Chop-It from Micro-Mark)Spray AdhesiveBaking PaperScissors

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Additional content that will help you recreate and follow along with the build, some of the 3D printer files are still experimental and may require some tinkering in order to get them to print successfully. Also, nearly all of the 3D printer files are designed for resin 3D printers, trying to print them using a filament 3D printer may not be possible!

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