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O scale corrugated iron - Industrial grade - smaller width strips

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This is a companion pack to the standard 2" wide pack.

1.5", and 1"wide strips intended for smaller areas.

Each "smaller width pack" contains 16 strips in total *

8off  1.5" wide strips

8off  1" wide strips

(* contents changed 20 Mar 2018 - 6off 3/4" wide strips removed and 1" and 1.5" strips increased from 6 to 8)

Each strip is approx 7" long (Approximately 7" rolled length. Pre-rolled is 10")

Rolled from 0.15mm aluminium sheet to represent industrial grade corrugated iron with a scale 6" rib spacing.

The material has good structural strength and is not easily accidentally dented. It can be etched with PCB etching fluid to varying grades prior to painting and weathering to produce a really run-down look.

Can be cut along the direction of the ribs easily with a craft knife.

Cutting across the ribs will flatten them at the cut edge. This is why I offer these narrower strip when both edges are exposed.

 

 

 


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  1. Corrugated Iron strips are perfect 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Apr 2019

    I've ordered Kitwood Hill's corrugated Iron Strips twice, and they are perfect. For O scale they have a 6" spacing of the corrugation. Other products seem to be made for smaller scales, such as HO. Although made of aluminum (yes, that's how we spell it in the States), standard Ferric Chloride solution, used for hobbyist circuit boards, does a good job of antiquing and rusting the material. I finally used the solution full strength, and got excellent results. It appears that iron (the ferric in ferric chloride) is deposited, as the aluminum then is attracted by a magnet. The trick is then to make the rest of the building look as bad as the roof (usually desirable.)