Cutting Corners – Hobby Series: Do It Yourself Paint Rack




Cutting Corners is a series of hobby videos for improving the look of the Warmachine and Hordes gaming community, one step at a time. In this video we give you some tips on how to create your…

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  1. You can buy a 12 dollar makeup dollar rack on Amazon which will be cheaper than buying pvc and glue, this is a cool idea, not bashing that, just saying there is cheaper options

  2. The fumes for that cement is toxic. Do not do this indoors unless you have prove airflow and ventilation! That snug fit will not work, good luck with the frustration when you try to take them out….

  3. You can start with an angled surface as well, such as an empty 3 ring binder, to create a tilt in the tubes. Then us a board on either side of the rack to mount it in the direction you want (upright, on the wall, or otherwise)

  4. Hi, would this pvc cement work for old and new pp plastics? I know that plastic cement doesn't work with their plastic, unless we're talking about hard, injection-moulded plastic.

  5. The pvc saw can be as fast or faster than the cutter. Get a miter box. Measure 2.5" from the saw slot and put something to stop the pipe. Then place some guide pins so that the pipe can slide in, but not wiggle too much. Now you don't need to do any more measuring and each cut should be the same.

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