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PA80-2: 54mm French Imperial Guard Infantry Advancing 1805 Moulds

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  • 80-2: Infantry advancing
  • 80-2: Infantry advancing
  • 54mm scale figure
  • 80-2: Infantry advancing
  • 80-2: Infantry advancing
  • 80-2: Infantry advancing
  • Infantry painting instructions
  • Infantry painting instructions
  • Marching officer painting instructions
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SKU:
PA80-2M
UPC:
0735930800023
MPN:
PA80-2
Condition:
New
Weight:
0.95 KGS
Shipping:
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With the escape from the island of Elba, Europe once again was at war with Napoleon Boneparte. The French army rallied around him at amazing speed and in about 100 days he was ready for war. Could France's nearest enemies stand up against seasoned veterans numbering in the hundreds of thousands? Could Napoleon divide and conquer the allies, Prussa and Britain?

This mould set casts 54mm scale Infantry soldiers and officers. There are three rubber moulds in this set. You can reuse them hundreds of times as long as you keep adding metal to them. The more metal you buy the cheaper each bar gets. On average, with 54mm scale figures you should be able to cast 4 to 5 figures every two bars. You will need to glue the castings together so we recommend our superglue for that task. You can also solder the metal together if you are skilled in that technique, we have videos detailing how to do that.

Casting accessories are available here, and once assembled it is important to prime the metal figures before applying any acrylic paint.

List of paints used in the painting instructions

a - Black av950
b - White av951
c - Gold av996
d - Brass av801
e - Gilt (old gold) av878
f - Blue av899
g - Red av947
h - mixed red & gold
j - Tricolour (red, blue & white)
k - Blue, piped in red
l - mixed red & gold, piped in red
m - mixed red & gold, white edged
n - Red edged with gold
p - blue piped with mixed red & gold
q - Dark Brown av984
r - Silver av997
s - Red on white patch
t - Red piped with blue
v - Blue, piped in white
w - Red piping

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  • Joep - 3rd Feb 2017

    3
    Problem with filling thin parts of the mould

    I have a problem with filling small parts of the mould, such as the sword of the infantry man with the gun. Even after venting, heating and tapping the mould and using the best metal, the part of the sword does not fill with metal. I solved the problem with using other moulds for making the sword.

    Tech support: You should not have problems if you use modelmetal. Test the temperature with a wooden stick like a burnt out match. Thirdly do you use a wise for clamping the mould. The air need to escape from the mould when you pour in the metal. Our clamps are flexible and opens up a micro millimeter and lets the air out. I hope this helps. If not email me some photos and we will come to the bottom of this problem.

  • Unknown - 19th Mar 2014

    4
    mold is too tall for my melter

    the mold is great except that it is to tall for my lee melting pot.

    Response: It may be possible to modify your pot by cutting the metal struts and soldering on metal extensions, thus raising the level of the pot so that it can cope with our larger moulds.
    Regards: Webmaster.

3 Reviews

  • Joep - 3rd Feb 2017

    3
    Problem with filling thin parts of the mould

    I have a problem with filling small parts of the mould, such as the sword of the infantry man with the gun. Even after venting, heating and tapping the mould and using the best metal, the part of the sword does not fill with metal. I solved the problem with using other moulds for making the sword.

    Tech support: You should not have problems if you use modelmetal. Test the temperature with a wooden stick like a burnt out match. Thirdly do you use a wise for clamping the mould. The air need to escape from the mould when you pour in the metal. Our clamps are flexible and opens up a micro millimeter and lets the air out. I hope this helps. If not email me some photos and we will come to the bottom of this problem.

  • Unknown - 19th Mar 2014

    4
    mold is too tall for my melter

    the mold is great except that it is to tall for my lee melting pot.

    Response: It may be possible to modify your pot by cutting the metal struts and soldering on metal extensions, thus raising the level of the pot so that it can cope with our larger moulds.
    Regards: Webmaster.

  • Lucio Bilancini - 18th Oct 2012

    4
    French Imperial Guard Infantry advancing moulds

    These moulds are as good as the other of the same seiie I have used, with some problem in filling little thin parts (it is necessary to drill some hole for escape of the air). It would need also pegs of the arms a little longer (also in this case it is advisable to drill in the mould a hole in the pegs, this time of the same diameter of the pegs)

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