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LX014-OO Laser Cut Litter Bins (Pack of 8) OO/4mm/1:76


LX014-OO Laser Cut Litter Bins (Pack of 8) OO/4mm/1:76

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A pack of 8, self-assembly laser cut card, litter bins. Straightforward to assemble, these litter bins have a wide range of uses on your OO scale model railway layouts or 1:76 diecast dioramas, anywhere from station platforms to street scenes & pedestrian areas. Supplied pre-cut from 0.7mm greyboard card stock, there's enough parts to build 8 bins of the design shown in the photos above complete with pre-printed Litter decals for the bins. Can be easily painted in your chosen colours using artists acrylics (Note: The bin in the photo has been painted black).

Key Features:
  • Laser Cut 700 micron card - You only need a knife to gently release the parts from the sheet, all cutting is done for you!
  • Straightforward to assemble - just a few minutes per bin
  • Scale accuracy - We use a 0.1mm ceramic laser for very tight tolerances & accurate scaling from real life 1:1 prototypes.
  • Simple, sturdy, layered construction for durable models once assembled.
  • Perfect for any OO / 1:76 / 4mm model railway layout or diorama.
  • Compatible with all makes of OO gauge model railway.
  • Supplied with easy to follow instructions, in a cellophane packet..
  • Dimensions: W: 8mm x H: 14mm x D: 8mm

Click here to view a step-by-step build article for this kit

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diggerevans -

These are great addition to any layout, paint them any colour you like to suit the period or location easy to build and authentic too

Klaus Hohmann - Germany

Great little addition to town scenes. I missed them on the market, now they are here. Nice, Justin !