10 blades. Removing flash has never been more precise, or more satisfying.
What is it good for?
Soft Plastic Figures: It won’t make the job easy, but it will make it EASIER – and the results will be so much better.
3D Printed Figures: Remove artifacts and bumps!
Plastic War Gaming Figures: Remove flash without switching blades as frequently.
Armor & Vehicles: Make seam lines disappear on hard to reach areas like engine details.
Resin Figures: Prepping your resin figures has never been more enjoyable. Gain a higher level of control.
Warhammer Figures: Use the Flash Master for trimming the flash and sculpting details on Warhammer figures.
The Flash Master works with most popular blade handles. However, the blades are small and super-slim, so the important question is: Does your blade handle close completely? If yes, you are all set. We’ve tried it on a number of blade holders from many manufacturers. If you’re in doubt, we know for certain that they will work with the X-Acto #1, the X-Acto #2, the Xacto Curve, and the X-Acto Griptster. If your blade holder won’t tighten to a complete close, chances are that there is some oxidization on the threads. (You may not have asked it to go that far in years.) Usually backing it off completely and knocking some old gunk off the threads does the trick. Reassemble and tighten without any blade in place to see if it closes until there is no gap in the blade slot. Then, back off just a little and slide the Flash Master in place and re-tighten.
Type = Tools and Supplies
Category = Cutting Drilling and Scribing Modelling Tools
Date of Release = 2021-06-24
Status = Available