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This video takes a look at two Diecast Masters models made in the larger 1/32 scale. Smaller equipment is often made in larger scales, due in part, to show more fine detail that otherwise wouldn’t be possible in 1:50 scale. The Excavator is a great model, and the extra work tools included are a nice touch. The 272C Skid Steer has been in Norscot’s line-up for years, and there’s been very little change to that casting under the Diecast Masters Umbrella. If larger scale models are your things, these two models certainly punch above their weight.
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Following an attempt to clean silver using a hot solution of sodium carbonate and aluminium foil as an anode, I noticed aluminium is aggressively attacked, apparently releasing hydrogen gas, even when not in contact with silver. A reaction I didn’t expect.