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    • August 28, 2002 4:18 PM EDT

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      Howdy folks! I found a new wide crimper at the craft shope the other day. It can crimp stuff up to 6 1/2" wide. Which in 1/2 scale is 13 feet long corrigated tin. Made by "FISKARS" Price was $19.95

    • October 7, 2002 7:45 PM EDT

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      After Tiny announced his Crimper find, I went in search of one, Online. Others also were inquiring about an Online source. I found one at Michaels.com http://www.michaels.com/art/online/home The Entire Site or http://www.michaels.com/art/online/DisplayProduct?prrfnbr=1358148 Crimper Specifically.

      I ordered one, the other day for $16.99, plus $1.50 tax and $3.95 freight. Total $22.44. It's not quite Tiny's $19.95 but for $2.49, I save a trip to NV!

      If you have time, I'd suggest you do a search and enter, "fiskars". They make a lot of neat stuff that could be used for model making.

      PI

    • June 16, 2009 12:06 PM EDT
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      ANOTHER "BLAST FROM THE PAST"*****************************

      This tip from two of our never forgotten, past on, and very much missed friends, is still valid today. I'll bet the price hasn't changed much either !!
    • June 16, 2009 2:25 PM EDT
      • Coldstream, British Columbia, Canada
         
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      Fred Mills said:
      ANOTHER "BLAST FROM THE PAST"***************************** This tip from two of our never forgotten, past on, and very much missed friends, is still valid today. I'll bet the price hasn't changed much either !!
      The price in the GWN is quite a bit higher and at least in the "Wild West" I had to look at several shops.
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    • September 2, 2009 3:07 AM EDT

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      http://www.misterart.com/g2095/Fiskars-Paper-Crimper.htm
      Here is one for under 15 bucks.
      Not sure who originally got this one going, but I can not imagine what the cost would be to cover a warehouse style structure with the styrene products.
      I do beleive I'll have to pick some of these up.
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