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Re: shinki care and repair

Postby star » Thu Aug 04, 2011 4:31 pm

Shiaoran wrote:Then try using it without anything else, to avoid making it too thick or having a reaction to the nail polish.

well, its more of a thin coat, but i think i'll do that then, thank you
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Re: shinki care and repair

Postby Shiaoran » Thu Aug 04, 2011 4:44 pm

But what you need IS a thin coat ;)
Don't wanna crack the socket by making the ball too thick.
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Re: shinki care and repair

Postby star » Fri Aug 05, 2011 10:11 am

Shiaoran wrote:But what you need IS a thin coat ;)
Don't wanna crack the socket by making the ball too thick.

very true, especially since the joint has a strange piece of clear plastic sticking out for not real reason
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Re: shinki care and repair

Postby Mobius » Sat Nov 24, 2012 1:22 pm

star wrote:my arnval mk2s legs are falling off at the ball joint, how can i fix this permanently without effecting he move-ability?


I actually do this with most of my models as well as my own Arnval as well, so this works - use masking tape, just enough to cover the hole in the leg where the ball joint goes, stick it over said hole and push the joint in. My Arnval's leg is now just as stable as the other, and you really can't notice the tape inside.

This works for almost any type of joint if you want to tighten them up, given that the material is solid enough. Had to do it to my Master Grade Wing Zero as well, and now it can hold its wings almost any which way.
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Re: shinki care and repair

Postby Nutjob » Sat Nov 24, 2012 9:53 pm

Transformers geek reporting in! Loose ball joints are a plague to us.

What works best is, shock and surprise- Floor polish.

No, wait, come back, I'm dead serious!

What you want is a bottle of Pledge Future floor polish, the concentrated stuff you glug into a bucket with gallons of water and mop onto the floor. (POLISH, not cleaner.) Brush a bit onto the balls straight from the bottle, wriggle them around a bit, optionally post a video of your Shinkis doing the butt-wiggle dance on Youtube, and when it dries you should be good to go! Apparently the working ingredient is a liquid form of vinyl, so you're adding more plastic to the joint.
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Re: shinki care and repair

Postby Zenislez » Sun Nov 25, 2012 4:14 am

@Nutjob

....REALLY?

I want to try it, but a bit afraid though Xp.
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Re: shinki care and repair

Postby bang04 » Sun Nov 25, 2012 11:00 pm

I had searched how to maintenance Busou Shinki in Japan web long time ago

here is Link

http://taryan.blog2.fc2.com/blog-entry-228.html

http://blog.livedoor.jp/weiss_rot-shiroakagangu/?p=5

http://www.plastica.jp/gallery/rei-ayan ... mi-at1.htm

If your busou shinki joint is too tight, you can use grease. As you can see in link, he use tamiya grease at Ach's joint, this will prevent joint crack.

If your busou shinki joint is too loose, you can use latex glue. Dry latex glue is rubber like and easy remove that will appropriate for Busou Shinki joint.

I think you shouldn't use hot glue, because MMS body has silicone inside to tight their joint, you can see when unscrew them. If you use hot glue, ball joint will change it shape, and it will change silicone's shape too. For long term, hot glue will damage silicone part and make joint loose again.
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