Home » Shows » Toy Tengoku » Toy Tengoku – Episode 40 – Got a broken figure? Robin and Ardith can help! Previous Post Next Post Share This Post Shows | Toy Tengoku Toy Tengoku – Episode 40 – Got a broken figure? Robin and Ardith can help! By Ryan Gunpla TV on March 6, 2013 5 Comments This installment of Toy Tengoku demonstrates a dependable way to restore a damaged figure to displayable condition. Items featured in this video: – 1/8 Momohime PVC by Alter Bandai review unboxing Share This Post Related Articles Gunpla TV – Episode 51 – PG Aile Strike & Ryan’s First Stage of Decals September 5, 2011 The Star Wars Invasion of Bandai Commences! July 15, 2014 MG Wing Gundam Build Part 5 September 7, 2010 Toy Tengoku – Episode 7 – Stocking Stuffer Showdown! December 14, 2011 1/100 MG Gundam Exia Ignition Mode December 8, 2010 Gunpla TV – Episode 4 – Gundam Marker – Panel lines July 7, 2010 Soul of Chogokin GX-34R Gunbuster Buster Gokin Color Ver. by Bandai (Part 2: Review) February 22, 2017 My First Gunpla: RX-79(G) VS MS-06J April 27, 2011 Gunpla TV – Episode 13 Part 2 – More Metal Parts Tutorial! September 29, 2010 5 Comments SavviMaple March 8, 2013, 4:40 am I have the same figure statue, she’s gorgeous! http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4122/4926434317_a2ea7ecd75_b.jpg http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4134/4927027716_58ff89a21d_b.jpg 😀 Reply Steve Veloso March 10, 2013, 11:12 pm I need some advice. My Megahouse RuLiLuRa figure’s costume(which can be cast off )broke. It’s the hook like part that latches it to its other half. It is a transparent plastic. Same with the skirt of my Megahouse Vante. the hook part of her transparent skirt broke. what adhesive do you recommend? Reply Al April 13, 2013, 10:52 am Some excellent repair tips. And yup, you’d need a fair amount of glue to cover the surface area of a joint the size this figure had. It’s when the fiddly little bits break that things tend to get a little tricky. Especially when not all cements or glues will dry absolutely clear. One reason why I try to handle figures as little as possible until I can get them in their display case. A lot of the figures manufactured these days look positively stunning, but sometimes with some fairly delicate pieces. Reply Robin April 17, 2013, 7:42 pm @Steve Veloso: My guess would be that you might find it extremely difficult to glue those pieces back into place. Super glue *might* do the trick–I’d use the gel type as opposed to the more runny type–but then again, it might not. If it was a case of the pin breaking off on an arm or other such part, I would recommend drilling a very small hole where the pin was, then inserting a small piece of doweling (wood or plastic) of the same diameter, and cutting it off so it’s the right length, and then possibly running some sandpaper over the end if it needs to be rounded off somewhat. However, that approach probably would not work for hooks on castoffable clothing. You may have to just glue the clothing pieces together and call it good–there’s some things that are unfortunately almost impossible to fix. Hope that might help… ! Reply John Carlton January 10, 2014, 6:36 am I just repaired a couple of figures that had fallen off the shelf. CA(super glue) gel or epoxy works for repairs. you just have to use your judgment as to what will work for the joint. Generally the more gap in the joint the less likely that CA is going to work very well. For resin figures you are much better off using the epoxy as the models are mad from a rigid material. the problem is that if epoxy is not mixed correctly it will not set unless you heat it. Also I have found that brass or steel works better for pinning figures. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentYou may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong> Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.