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    What could be a solution, if they are available in the UK: screws to fasten H0 rails onto an underground.
    Any place in your neighbourhood that sells model-trains should have them.

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    www.microfasteners.com/ is a U.S. company which specializes in small to tiny screws, bolts etc.
    They will sell in small quantities.
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    I had the same issue when I removed the ground glass from my Anniversary Speed Graphic. Who knows why they made those screws so small, because they strip out the holes so easily. I carved some wood slivers from a hardwood dowel and wedged them in the holes with some wood glue. I still need a couple more screws, but at least everything's tight now.

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    Walthers corporation in the US stocks small screws for models. They might have what you want. AFAIK, they ship internationally.

    BTW, not to nit pick, but I think it is "gaffer's tape" from the motion picture industry term "gaffer".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    BTW, not to nit pick, but I think it is "gaffer's tape" from the motion picture industry term "gaffer".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akki14 View Post
    You've obviously not worked with lampies before
    Actually yes I have. Is this a British thing, like couloueuer for color or whileust for while, or even Worchestershystershire Sauce?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    BTW, not to nit pick, but I think it is "gaffer's tape" from the motion picture industry term "gaffer".
    Coincidently, I made exactly this point on another forum earlier this week. And I was nit picking!

    And if I wanted to nit pick even further I would suggest gaffers' instead of gaffer's.



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    To be honest, I guess lampies either say Gaff or Gaffa at least in my limited experience over here.

    Thanks for all the suggestions, I'll check them all out. Looks like some good leads.
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