ISSUE 12

Return to the BUILD


“In this issue, the assembly of the right arm joint begins. It is important that it fits as firmly as possible, to ensure a good movement of the joint.”

 

Contents


Parts

Materials: Both Arm Covers are metal and the Adhesive Stickers are vinyl.

Tools

  • One Philips-head Screwdriver (appears to be PH0 size)

Magazine

  • The History of Iron Man – Stark Wars Saga: Stolen Technology
  • Step by Step – Model Instructions
  • In the Comics – Stark Brand: Ideas from the Future
  • The Armor – Model 9: Reborn in Red and Gold

Build


The Right Arm (1)

Stage 1

Using tweezers, affix an Adhesive Sticker to the External Arm Cover, as shown.

These vinyl stickers provide a slick surface that will prevent damage to the arm while adjusting the joint position:

In the same way, affix another Adhesive Sticker to the Internal Arm Cover, as shown:

Stage 2

Retrieve your Right Forearm assembly from Issue 9 and fit the exposed tab onto this post of the External Arm Cover, as shown:

Secure the Right Forearm assembly to the External Arm Cover with one (1) EM screw.

This is your friendly reminder to try using 3-in-One Oil on all screws going into metal:

Stage 3

Retrieve your Right Shoulder Joint and Joint Fastener from the previous issue. Slide the Joint Fastener over this post on the end of the Shoulder Joint, as shown:

Slide this end of the Right Shoulder Joint into the matching slot of the External Arm Cover, as shown:

Secure the Joint Fastener to the External Arm Cover with two (2) EM screws, capturing the Right Shoulder Joint into place as shown:

Stage 4

Fit the Internal Arm Cover to the External Arm Cover, as shown:

Secure the Internal Arm Cover to the External Arm Cover with two (2) EM screws:

Thoughts


After this issue, we now have our upper right arm nearly completed! There is only one detail part to add in the next issue.

Next Up


Issue 13 – Right Arm 2 and Right Shoulder 1

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