doing a pepakura AR

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<div class="bbWrapper">okay when i did a pep AR (halo 1 btw) the issue i had was the it became hard to finish it because its a one piece thing and i plan on fiberglassing the inside but thats the problem so should i..<br /> <br /> 1. set up the printout to be made in two pieces <br /> <br /> 2. when done fiberglass each side <br /> <br /> 3. figure out a way to put the two pieces together<br /> <br /> 4. screw them together<br /> <br /> 5. put bondo on the crease <br /> <br /> 6. sand<br /> <br /> 7. paint<br /> <br /> is that a good idea?</div>


<div class="bbWrapper">nice idea ill probably do that to to the ar im working on. but u should also make a template so u know what it looks like in full scale... if u wont make a template. thats fine with me... <img src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP///yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" class="smilie smilie--sprite smilie--sprite7" alt=":p" title="Stick Out Tongue :p" data-shortname=":p" /></div>

Sigma LS

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<div class="bbWrapper">The AR is not going to be treated as roughly as your armor so it probably doesn't need fiberglass. I would resin the outside and then pour plenty of resin on the inside and slosh it around to coat everything.<br /> <br /> That's what I did with the pepakura MA5C and it worked really well.</div>
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