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How to cut a tiny circle in paper?
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It really does depend on how big the circle is. For tiny circles I recommend not using the knife at all. Find a pair of compasses (or, in a pinch, a dried-up pen or sharp pencil will do), and use ...

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How do I choose which adhesive or material to repair action figures?
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It depends what you want out of the repairs. If you're looking for longevity and quality of repair, an epoxy (resin) is your best bet. They tend to create the best seams and are difficult to break. ...

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How do I get my jewelry wire to be the right stiffness?
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There are three grades of hardness in jewellery wire: Full-hard, which is tempered wire that is very stiff. It's rarely used, because it's just too stiff for most jewellery. Half-hard, which is ...

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What kind of mask effectively protects from spray or turpentine/solvents chemicals?
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Disclaimer I've tried to make sure what's in this answer is accurate. However, when doing any work that can affect your own safety, always carry out your own risk assessment and consult a ...

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