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Last year I decided to super glue all the monsters to the original bases. I was ok with it for the most part. But as I play this game more & more, I want to give it more love and possibly base them with Litko bases. How should I proceed? Is there some sort of solvant I can use to easily strip away the super-glue? BTW, my minis aren't painted.
 
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There are a lot of super glue de-bonders out there.... just google them to see which one works the best for your situation.

Good Luck
 
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You can also use an exacto knife to carefully slice between the feet of the model and the base. You will need to cut the "pins" on the feet off to mount on the litko bases anyway.
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Shadow_Tracker wrote:
There are a lot of super glue de-bonders out there.... just google them to see which one works the best for your situation.

Good Luck


that's what I was going to suggest also...
 
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reverendunclebastard wrote:
You will need to cut the "pins" on the feet off to mount on the litko bases anyway.

Not necessarily - you could drill the bases (as I have).
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what size drill bit did you use? I have the litko bases and haven't done it yet because I want to drill them in.
 
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If drilling, carefully align each individual model's pins, because some models that are assembled, like the big ones, have different alignments on their pins.
 
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