looking for eva foam templates for ODST

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  1. lildeadmangame

    lildeadmangame New Member

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    hi im new here looking for eva foam templates for ODST. im having a hard time finding them.
     
  2. PaiganBoi

    PaiganBoi Sr Member

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  3. Sean Anwalt

    Sean Anwalt RCO 405th Regiment Officer

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    The templates for foam and the templates for pep are not different. Pepakura tends to have smaller details while the foam method uses the same templates, but the smaller details are left out and added into the foam.

    Look in the armory, you will find what you seek there.

    EDIT: PaiganBoi types faster than I do.
     
  4. lildeadmangame

    lildeadmangame New Member

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    thank you im new and looking to do my first build
     
  5. lildeadmangame

    lildeadmangame New Member

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    how do i join the southern regiment. im in atlanta area
     
  6. PaiganBoi

    PaiganBoi Sr Member

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    To join a regiment there is a prerequisite of having a minimum of 50 posts and being a member for 90 days. Then at that time you can request to join the regiment.
     
  7. lildeadmangame

    lildeadmangame New Member

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    cool thank you paiganboi
     
  8. FANGS

    FANGS Commanding Officer Community Staff Division Staff

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  9. AugmentedHuman013

    AugmentedHuman013 RMO 405th Regiment Officer

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    Hey there I am the Regiment Membership officer for the south. You can contact me for any questions you have about joining the Southern Regiment I am also an ODST person if you have questions about that. Forum rule for joining a regiment are 90 days as a member of the forum and 50 post on the forum. We cant wait to have you the regiment.


    Kevin
     
  10. lildeadmangame

    lildeadmangame New Member

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    Thank you. Can’t wait and augmentedhuman013 I’ll be on every day:). I started my ODST helmet today.
     
  11. lildeadmangame

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    Can’t wait to to put it together

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  12. brkiker

    brkiker RXO 405th Regiment Officer

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    Welcome aboard Helljumper. You're in a great place to learn and get help with this. I've got my own build log for my wife's Kelly 087 build that's got plenty of info if you're interested.
     
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    lildeadmangame New Member

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    Is there any good glue to use other than hot glue?
     
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  14. PaiganBoi

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    Contact cement is the best option for foam. The most popular brand in Barge. Word of warning Barge can be quite pricey and not readily available in some areas.
     
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  15. brkiker

    brkiker RXO 405th Regiment Officer

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    Yes. Contact Cement is the go to adhesive with Barge being the most popular.


    This armor is put together with a combination of Barge Contact Cement and Dap Weildwood Contact Cement. I do use hot glue on the back side to "reinforce" and close t seam. Contact cement will work much better in the long run because 1. We live in the South where 8 months out of the year it is hot, and outside temperatures can easily get to the point of making hot glue soft again. 2. Contact cement keeps a bit of flexibility even after it's dried which for a suit that is made of flexible material will give the suit longer life.
     
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