I printed it off a couple times. Partly to help laminate panels... This might prove a good move when test fits happen! I am making that cockpit work no matter what! If that is all I model, then so be it!Looks Great! Be careful though as there is an error on some of the panels and they need to be fitted to work well. I saw a video, out of Russia I think, but damned if I can find it again... Just cut stuff long and check first!
Zathros and Gandolf50 both have great points. Truth is for me, I printed on one type, and found laminating with like materials more conveinient, and less worrysome. I have no issues using cereal box, but sanding the the glossy print surface is time consuming but necessary for the best glue/paint surface. I tend to save such materials for interior reenforcment of box structures (like the inside of the BMP, shameless plug of my other thread here).These wings look great and solid. Question: Why do you have to laminate with several sheets instead of using thicker cardboard? Is it a special trick, are they more solid?