- Product Dimensions: 27.3 x 20.3 x 11.4 cm ; 454 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 599 g
- Item Model Number: VJ26008
- ASIN: B013WYJ4CA
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 19 January 2018
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Vallejo 26008 Corner Front
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- A part of the Vallejo Accessories Range
- Displays 28 x 17ml bottles, 16 x 35ml bottles, 1 x 200ml bottle & 26 brushes
- Do not inhale or ingest, Keep away from eyes
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I assembled my stand by hand without heavy tools. I had to gently sand two tabs with a hobby sanding stick to improve fit. If you try to force the tabs until something breaks, you aren't paying attention. I glued the tabs with quick-tack white glue so I can safely move the filled stand when necessary. It's not even a small deal.
My only complaint is that the hole sizes for paint brushes seem a bit arbitrary: some are too big for everyday hobby brushes, and none are big enough for some of the larger-handled 502 Abteilung brushes my old hands have come to appreciate.
This is definitely made for Vallejo paints and similarly sized 16mm bottles; only the top holes will do for larger Vallejo bottles or bottles from other brands. As I've come to expect from Vallejo's carrying cases, I can't read most of the bottle labels once the stand is full and have to rely on a dot of paint atop the cap and a short Sharpie note on the bottle shoulder - thus one star deduction.
This stand comes with fasteners to join it to the straight stand or another corner stand, though I have not used these.
Tabs and slots wise. Paint fits perfectly. I used superglue on the inside 90d angles with a little baking soda to cure it fast and make a really good join. It's overkill for sure but I am practicing different glue techniques on everything. I also used gap filling glue on the tabs that show on the outside. Again overkill but it would work well by itself. I had a small issue getting them to be level which I think was my fault so I just sanded the "legs" a tiny bit and you can't tell I did as well as being solid. Sure you could make it yourself but I wanted to spend more time with my own projects so this was perfect. If I had to find a negative I would say it could use a few options for the top level. I just don't have that many pain brushes. LOL. Be nice to have a few different top levels so I could add more of what I wanted. It's well worth the money.
Only complaint is the small holes along the back of the top level which are supposed to hold brushes are really only good for large brushes (size 3 and up). My small brushes used for painting miniatures fall right through.