Chain Link Fence – Model Railroad Scenery



A cheap and very easy way of making very realistic chain link fence, not only with simple galvanized steel wire but I’ll also show a simple way of making a styrene version as well. Techniques can be applied to HO scale, N scale, O scale and more. This fence will look fantastic on any model railway layout, diorama or even on war gaming terrain and architectural models.

Micro-Mark have set me up with a special promo code for my subscribers and viewers, you will be able to save 10% when shopping with them simply by using the promo code ‘boulder’ when at the checkout. By teaming up with Micro-Mark I’m able to pass on the savings to you and I will receive a small commission on individual sales as well when you use the promo code.

Please know that I would not send you to a company who I didn’t fully trust and think delivered a great product and DC escort service all of which Micro-Mark have, just ask any serious modeler and they will all speak very highly of Micro-Mark so you can be confident they will deliver!

http://www.micromark.com Promo Code: boulder

If you want exact dimensions for the fence that I built you can go and check out my website, I’ll put all the specific details there for you to check out.

http://www.bouldercreekrailroad.com

Materials –

Nylon Tulle
18 Gauge Galvanized Steel Wire
Solder (60% Tin 40% Lead)
Flux
Super Glue (Thin and Gel versions)
32 Gauge Jewelry Wire
Rustoleum Winter Grey Spray Paint
Dull Coat
0.8mm Styrene Rod
Plastic Cement

Tools –

Pliers
Clamp
Soldering Iron
Sharp Hobby Knife
Ruler
Pencil
File (Small & Large)
Tweezers
Blue-Tack…. aka Poster Tack
Drill
Chopper (Similar to the ‘Chop-It from Micro-Mark)
Spray Adhesive
Baking Paper
Scissors

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