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Published on Oct 20, 2014
A quick guide on building a static grass applicator. This is part one, the body. In part one I’ll show you exactly how I make the main structure of the static grass applicator and in part two I’ll go through the specific wiring to complete the final product. This applicator work very well on all the static grass brands I've tested, woodland scenics works very well and mininature grasses also perform quite well. It’s great for adding realism to your model railroad or if you do any other sorts of scenery like war gaming, you will find this static grass applicator very useful. And it’s not very expensive! In total I spent about $35 on the materials. If you’re interested in going to part two click on the following link or you can click the link at the end of the video.
Here is a list of materials: 50mm PVC pipe 50mm PVC pipe coupler Container with press on or clip on lid Small piece of pine wood (About 3cm wide) Black wire 18 gauge Red wire 18 gauge DPDT switch Alligator clip Small wood screws Metal wire mesh (from sifter) Small connector plugs Shrink tube Negative ion generator (I got mine from Oatley Electronics)
And here are tools used in the construction: Drill and various drill bits Soldering iron and solder Two part epoxy PVC primer and glue Scissors Hobby knife Pen and marker Sand paper Screwdriver Ruler Saw or circular power saw
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