Scratchbuilding

Building things from scratch involves taking raw materials and turning them into realistic models. Materials can include strips of wood, plastic, or metal, sheets of wood, plastic, or metal, left-over detailing parts from kits you have previously built, purchasing and using small detailing parts from manufacturers (e.g. windows, doors, pipes, steps, grab-irons, etc.), and/or any other item found in your "junk" drawer. Starting in the 2000s, we now also have available 3D-printed parts.

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