Dremel Tool with a cutting piece
Drill with 1/8bit or a little bigger
6x 1/8 X 1/16 rare earth magnet per walker:
2 for the cannon barrel - If you buy the soon walker pack you’ll need 4 for each arm because it comes with 1 body and 3 configurations.
2 for the search light
2 for the .50 cal
Also since I haven’t seen how it connects you will need ones for the missile rack in the new walker kit.
2x 1/2 X 1/16 rare earth magnet per walker:
2 for the turret
7x 1/8 X 1/16 rare earth magnet per walker:
2 for each arm so 4 total - If you buy the soon walker pack you’ll need 4 for each arm b/c it comes with 1 body and 3 configurations.
3 for the torso
2x 1/4 X 1/16 rare earth magnet per walker:
2 for the torso
Before you glue make sure all magnets are aligned and in the right direction.
So first is the Allie Walker he is pretty simple.
Take the Turret and flip it upside down.
Inside the little opening put your 1/8” magnet in there and then take another magnet from the outside to move your magnet into place of the gun holes.
Repeat until you have your search light’s spots placed.
Then cut off the pins for the gun and the search light to slide in the holes.
Glue a 1/8” magnet to underneath both pieces.
Now take the 1/2” magnet and glue to the inside of the bottom chassis close to the edge.
Then do the same for the turret.
First use an exacto knife and twist it in the hole until it is big enough. You can also try to drill a bigger hole in the holes where the arms are supposed to go with a drill instead.
Then hack off the connector on the arms to the body with the Dremel tool or an exacto knife.
You can magnetize your figures by ripped them apart and cutting off the connector and replacing it with a magnets, but I haven’t done it.
Next week - Will discuss painting the figures.