Article Number 58030

Interior Tunnel Wall, straight

2pieces, each10cm long

Available
This product is suitable for scale:
  • G
  • 0
  • 1
  • H0
  • H0m
  • H0e
  • TT
  • N
  • Z
Note: Model building item
€23.99 Incl. 19% VAT, Excl. shipping
  •  Current delivery time approx. 4 - 7 working days
  •  No minimum order value

Interior Tunnel Wall for Tunnel Entrances

Your model landscape gains authenticity with the Interior Tunnel Walls made of structured hard foam. Tunnel entrances on your model landscape look even more realistic. A left and a right Straight Interior Tunnel Wall, each with a length of 100 mm, are included in the set.

The masonry of the interior walls corresponds to the well-known NOCH “Stone Wall PROFI plus” hard foam series.

NOCH PROFI Structured Hard Foam is the perfect material – and there are many good reasons for this: the Interior Tunnel Walls are very lightweight yet still stable; they are extremely realistic and can easily be reworked with a Stanley knife and cut to the correct size.

Note: the “Straight Interior Tunnel Wall” is suitable for everything in the Stone Wall PROFI plus hard foam series.

  • Additional Information

    EAN 4007246580309
    Weight 90 g
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  • How-to tip

    The NOCH Hardfoam is resistant against solvents and thinners. You may apply all types of coatings, paints (NOCH Langscaping Paints are ideal) and even glue that contain solvents. The hardfoam parts can be modelled completely according to your desire and, furthermore, they are very easily procced. In order to form the parts correctly, you do neither need a lot of time or force, nor special tools. For sawing works, it is best to utilize a jigsaw. The sawblade can move through the hardfoam without tearing or splintering along the edges.

    For precise modification along the part's contour, you may also use a small hacksaw, a tenon saw or a handsaw. You can cut the hardfoam with every type of sharp edge, such as that of a multi-porpuse or a pocket knife for example.

    For the subsequent grinding of the parts, or for detailled works, sandpaper is advisable. You can, of course, also file the hardfoam - with a rough woodrasp as well as a fine key file. Should you like to form the hardfoam parts into a different shape, you can use hot water or even a hot blow dryer to heat the material. The warm material can be bend into the desired form by hand, but it will keep its new shape after cooling.

     

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