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Curmudgeon
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falcondesigns said:
TenX cement and push to make a "weld" then scrape the excess.
For styrene kits, I used good ol' Testors to do the same thing; if you coat the mating surface of one of the parts properly, once they've been pressed together and allowed to glue/weld together it's like one solid piece of styrene--a little sanding is all that's required most times to get rid of the seam. However, when puttying is required, I use Bondo Glazing Putty, which is available in almost any auto parts store. It's easy to work with, and it sands and blends well. For large gaps or adding detail, it's Aves Apoxie Sculpt hands down.
 
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