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Treeman

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  1. Thank you. That’s a great help. What I want is a paint along guide so the videos will be great.
  2. Thanks. Even if the kit is now OOP? I’d be more than happy to buy the kit if it was available.
  3. Does anybody have a scan of the LTPK3 instructions? I have all the paints and want to buy the miniatures. Just need the instructions. David
  4. The HATI is quiet too. Does need a couple of seconds to spin up to full speed but it's great. And I know it won't kick the bucket any time in the next year. But I'll let you all know if it does so you can gloat. 🙂
  5. I know this is a bit late but I've only just discovered this thread. I recently bought a vortex from eBay. This one. It lasted 2 months and the seller has been a right pain, not willing to pay for the return, then cancelling my return and offering a replacement which never arrived. I wasted £20 on this so I learned the hard way that you get what you paid for. Don't get this heap of junk. There's loads of people selling them on eBay and Amazon but they aren't worth the money. But I did get a second hand HATI Rotamixer for £48 which usually goes for £100+. This is much better built and made to survive the test of time, actually designed to be used in research laboratories. (HATI is Hook & Tucker Instruments.) I'm very happy with it. I used to work in medical research and used to use these a lot to shake up the pellets at the bottom of centrifuged tubes. You don't need to be gentle with it, that's nonsense, having worked in a lab if a piece of kit like this stopped working becuase you pressed too hard then it would be thrown out and a better piece of kit used. They're meant to be rugged.
  6. The Vallejo equivalency pdf was moved to a new page: http://www.acrylicosvallejo.com/pdf_web/CC073_rev03.pdf
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