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PostPosted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 5:58 am 
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Hello

Greeting for the first time.
This is Korea’s new photo etching company, Infini Model. (http://www.infini-model.com) (Scheduled to open its site at September 25th)
I’m head of Korea’s modeling lacquer paint company IPP(http://www.ippmall.co.kr), and I’m launching a new business that is specialized in etching.

Infini Model is specialized in ship detail up sets, and also producing other modeling goods.
We are just starting so please give us much interest and helpful advices.
These are some products we’ve developed.

Please evaluate and tell us your opinion freely.

[Cutting Mat]

This is not like any other products. Please check it up carefully.
Our cutting matte is not produced using mold. We manufacture them by scribing the acrylic plate using Universal Laser.
After that, we do the primer treatment, orange color coating, UV drying in order.

1.Ease Cutting Mat Type A
A type can cut masking tape in any size you want easily without ruler. Only art knife is needed in general process.

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1.Easy Cutting Mat Type B

B type can cut masking tape in any size you want easily without ruler. Straight line for art knife, circle cutter is needed for curves and circles. Cutting mat type B requires circle cutter, so it will come in handy if you prepare Circle cutter as well. Circle cutter got sold out pretty well in Korea.
There are some brands that produce circle cutter such as Olfa, but the best circle cutter that Suits with easy cutting is the one made by Platz, Japan.

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How to use
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(Photo Etching set)
1.INCLINED LADDERS SET A (IJN) IMP-35001R1
WW2 Imperial Japanese Navy Stair Set (127ea)
many kind of stair for Japanese ship is included in various sizes.

2. INCLINED LADDERS SET B(USN) IMP-35002R1
WW2 US Navy stair set (118ea)
Many kind of stair for US ship is included in various sizes.

3.INCLINED lADDERS SET (HMS) IMP-35003R1
Royal Navy Stair Set(126ea)
Many kind of stair for British ship is included in various sizes.

(Photo Etching + Turned Brass Parts)
4.WW2 US Navy Radar Set (10 variations) IMP-35004R1

1 Photo Etching, Turned Brass parts 13ea
Most of WW2 US Navy radar is included.

#. Detail up set for Tamiya 1/350 Yukikaze is now 90% completed, and will be on market early October.


Thank you.

Infini-model
G.k. Choi

webmaster@infini-model.com


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 9:24 am 
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Thank you for the reference to the Platz circle cutter. I have the Olfa and it is really really bad.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 1:51 pm 
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The cutting mats are interesting. Am I correct in assuming that the black guide lines are recessed? Also, are the increments measured in metric?

Good luck in your new endeavour. Please keep us posted as you come up with new releases. How about working up a good detail up set for Merit's Yorktown/Enterprise? Just a thought.

Bob

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 11:24 pm 
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EJFoeth wrote:
Thank you for the reference to the Platz circle cutter. I have the Olfa and it is really really bad.


Don't mention it. I agree with you.
I recommend the Platz circle cutter.(Super punch compass)
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G.K. Choi


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 11:40 pm 
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robertmelvin wrote:
The cutting mats are interesting. Am I correct in assuming that the black guide lines are recessed? Also, are the increments measured in metric?

Good luck in your new endeavour. Please keep us posted as you come up with new releases. How about working up a good detail up set for Merit's Yorktown/Enterprise? Just a thought.

Bob


Dear Bob,

Yes, correct! We manufacture the cutting mat by engrave lines on a acylic plate using laser.
Also, unit of measure is mm.

Thanks for your suggestion. Merit's CV-5 Yorktown/CV-6 Big E, I'll think about it, too.

Regards,

Infini-model
G.K. Choi


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 15, 2015 10:23 am 
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Looks really nice. :thumbs_up_1: It will come in handy when needing measurements for scratch building.




Bob Pink. :wave_1:


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The circle cutter appears to be sold out... too bad.


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EJFoeth wrote:
The circle cutter appears to be sold out... too bad.


Hi, EJFoeth

You can buy it at 'Hobby link Japan' on-line shop.
http://www.hlj.com/product/PLZSPC-3/Sup

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G.K. Choi


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Quincy wrote:
Looks really nice. :thumbs_up_1: It will come in handy when needing measurements for scratch building.


Bob Pink. :wave_1:


Hi, Quincy

This is the most commonly used way the Easycutting.
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G.K. Choi


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Infini-model wrote:
You can buy it at 'Hobby link Japan' on-line shop.


Oi, a pink one! I found the grey one at HLJ and it said discontinued. Many thanks! I ordered one.


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Very interesting tool and I plan to buy both within a month. I would love to see some 1/700 USN battleship railing that is accurately spaced between stancions and photo etched plus brass masts that would go together and look like scaled down life-like WW2 masts 42'-45' with platforms and radar etc. I've seen some 1/700 masts for Bismarck, and Tirpitz that look nice and at least a start for more detail without having to fumble with delicate and often ugly scratch builds.
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How to use Easycutting type A~

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