GW Models - New Price List

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GW Models - New Price List

Postby Paul Willis » Wed Jan 02, 2019 10:00 pm

The Society has been contacted on behalf of George Watts of GW Models. George would like to advise us of a new price list for his range of (in my humble opinion, at least) some of the best engineered and most useful tools for a finescale modeller.

G W MODELS
Specialised Tools
11 Croshaw Close, Lancing, Sussex, BN15 9LE
Telephone 01903 767231


Wheel Press & Quartering Jig for 3&4mm fine scale wheels £28 ea
Wheel puller £12 ea
Worm/Gear Puller Type 1 for 2-3mm Shafts £6 ea
Worm/Gear Puller Type 2 for Shafts less than 2mm £6 ea
6” Mini Roller & Rail bender UK P&P £7 £55 ea
10” Mini Roller UK P&P £7 £65 ea
12” Bending Bar UK P&P £3.50 £9 ea
18” Bending Bar UK P&P £7 £12 ea
Standard Rivet Tool UK P&P £7 £45 ea
Universal Rivet Tool UK P&P £7 £95 ea
Heavy Duty Universal Rivet Tool UK P&P £15 £165 ea
8Ba Socket Spanner £5 ea
10Ba Socket Spanner £5 ea
12Ba Socket Spanner £5 ea
14Ba Socket Spanner £5 ea
16Ba Socket Spanner £5 ea
Back to Back adjustable Gauge for; 16.5, EM, P4 Scales £15 ea
Back to Back adjustable Gauge for 3mm Scale £15 ea

Unless otherwise stated Postage & Packing is £1.50 per item UK only.
Please Phone or send SAE for all Enquiries.
Buyers from outside the UK please contact for Postage Costs.
Please contact for availability
Cheques Payable to GW Models
No Credit Cards Taken
Prices Correct January 2019. Subject to Change

I've also included these details as an attachment.

Cheers
Paul Willis
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Robert Watson
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Re: GW Models - New Price List

Postby Robert Watson » Tue Dec 29, 2020 10:16 am

I have just spoken with George Watts. Some of the prices and postage have changed, so best to call before sending him an order.

Robert

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Re: GW Models - New Price List

Postby Lindsay G » Fri Mar 12, 2021 2:21 pm

Having recently seen the quality of rivets produced by one of George's tools compared to what I thought were acceptable by my own means thus far, I'm now seriously considering an imminent purchase. I've really only held back so far because of the lack of rivets on CR locos but that is short sighted.

However, there are 3 rivet tools on the price list. I presume the dearest one is for more serious muscle work in larger scales. Which should I be aiming for working solely in 4mm?

Lindsay

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Re: GW Models - New Price List

Postby myoxall » Fri Mar 12, 2021 3:43 pm

I have the £95 GW Universal one and I can highly recommend it. It comes complete with instructions and is easy to use. :thumb

Regards, Martin

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Re: GW Models - New Price List

Postby trustytrev » Fri Mar 12, 2021 7:54 pm

Hello,
Here is an image of the universal press. The options for rivet patterns are remarkable. Straight or round patterns precisely.
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Re: GW Models - New Price List

Postby bécasse » Fri Mar 12, 2021 10:16 pm

Whilst I obviously do use mine for its intended purpose, I also use it far more for accurate marking out. The rivet indentations make excellent starting points for drilling holes and they can also be used to define the start and finish of scribed lines.
One needs to think very carefully about where all the indentations need to be sited and what their co-ordinates are (noting that one of wheels is effectively marked the wrong way round for normal x,y co-ordinates). One also needs to be careful to avoid backlash errors but this particular model isn't too bad in this respect, George told me that the larger "O gauge" riveter is much worse for backlash problems.

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Re: GW Models - New Price List

Postby Winander » Fri Mar 12, 2021 10:21 pm

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Re: GW Models - New Price List

Postby zebedeesknees » Sat Mar 13, 2021 12:06 pm

I have a universal rivet press, and love it. One of my best model engineering investments. One point, the handle can become uncomfortable after a few hundred presses, but a length of garden hose slipped over it makes a lot of difference!

Ted.

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Re: GW Models - New Price List

Postby Lindsay G » Mon Mar 15, 2021 9:21 pm

Thanks for those that replied above and to Phil Hall who provided further info of line. Seems I should aim for the Universal.

Lindsay

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Re: GW Models - Price List March 2021

Postby Winander » Thu Jun 24, 2021 7:51 pm

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