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LX034-OO Laser Cut Workshop Shelving OO/4mm/1:76

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  • LX034-OO Laser Cut Workshop Shelving OO/4mm/1:76
  • LX034-OO Laser Cut Workshop Shelving OO/4mm/1:76
  • LX034-OO Laser Cut Workshop Shelving OO/4mm/1:76
  • LX034-OO Laser Cut Workshop Shelving OO/4mm/1:76
  • LX034-OO Laser Cut Workshop Shelving OO/4mm/1:76

LX034-OO Laser Cut Workshop Shelving OO/4mm/1:76

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£5.49 £4.58 (ex. VAT)
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A pack of 6, self-assembly laser cut card Workshop Shelves in OO scale. Ideal for adding detail to workshops, engine shed, maintenance depots and more. Straightforward to assemble with instructions included. Can be easily painted using artists acrylics or left in plain card for a more weathered & used appearance.

Pack contents:
  • 2 x double width 4 tier shelf units ( W: 32mm x H: 26mm x D: 7mm)
  • 2 x 4 tier shelf units (W: 16mm x H: 26mm x D: 7mm)
  • 2 x 3 shelf units (W: 16mm x H: 19mm x D: 7mm)
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!
  • Step by step instructions included.
  • 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.
  • Supplied with easy to follow instructions, in a cellophane packet.
  • Brand:
    Scale Model Scenery
  • Product Code:
    LX034-OO
  • Weight:
    0.035kg
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Justin evans - Pendle

excellent product

made from durable laser board, they are sturdy and look great, a good addition to tmd's factories,shops etc

Klaus Hohmann - Germany

Very useful addition for my enginehouse. Easy to built, very strong, easy to handle.

Philip Litchfield -

Slightly fiddly but still easy to build and surprisingly strong when assembled. Look great and good value.