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1. WALLS:  Heritage Models currently offers four different types of wall sections. Item 4001 is a solid brick wall module, item 4002 is an office front wall module with two window openings and a single door frame opening, item 4003 is a freight door wall module with a door opening for a double door frame. When you look at the brick face of the wall modules, you will note that there are smooth lips ¼ inch wide and recessed 3/16th inch on the bottom and the sides of the wall modules. These are the gluing lips to which the connectors are glued to join wall sections together. The top of the brick face of the wall modules also has a glue lip, but it is behind the brick face (when viewed from the front). This helps you determine the top of a wall section when you are constructing G WALLS buildings.



Heritage Models offers item 4202, a corner pilaster section and item 4204, a pilaster section. The corner pilaster section is used to join walls perpendicular to one another at the corners of a building while the pilaster section is used to join parallel walls. Like the wall sections, there is a top and a bottom to the pilaster and corner pilaster. When you look at the front or brick face of the pilaster (and faces in the case of the corner pilaster), the width of the mortar line at the bottom of the pilaster or corner pilaster section should be slightly wider than at the top of the sections. Not only is this a typical feature of the brick-layers art, but on the G WALLS buildings it assists in getting the rows of bricks to line up across the pilaster sections and the wall sections. The pilaster and corner pilaster sections are 15 inches long, long enough to span the height of a two-story building with a foundation, mid-wall trim section and a cornice.


Item 4201, the cornice/base section, has a dual role. Used at the top of wall sections, the brick face forms an attractive cornice for the top of a building. If the cornice/base section is reversed, revealing its flat surface, and attached to the lip at the bottom of a wall section, it is used as a base or foundation for a building. This is useful, for example, when you are constructing a warehouse as the cornice/base creates a reasonable loading dock height for the freight doors. The photographs of Kit #4102 and Kit #4103 illustrate ways in which the cornice/base and mid-wall trim sections may be used.

c) MID-ALL TRIM SECTIONS: Item 4203, the mid-wall  trim section, has a multi-purpose role in the G WALLS modular brick building system. The section may be used as a decorative link between floors on a multi-story building. Also, you may decide to use the mid-wall trim section as a smaller profile cornice at the top of a building. Finally, you may choose  to use the flat reverse side of the section as a decorative trim piece in place of the brick faced side in order to vary the appearance of your brick buildings.


CS Models offers item 4205, a double hung window with a separate window sill to fit the window and window sill openings on wall section items 4002 and 4003. Item 4206 is a single door and door frame with transom window to fit wall section item 4002, and item 4207 is a double door freight door and door frame and transom window to fit wall section item 4004. Mylar is included as glass for the windows and must be trimmed by the hobbyist to fit the window frames. The door for item 4206 can be hung for either left or right hand operation, and two small strips of styrene are included in the package as retainers to keep the door’s hinge pins held in place in the door frame’s hinge openings. These retainers should be glued over the hinge openings when the door is installed in the door frame, care being taken to avoid gluing the door hinge pins, if you want the door to operate. The freight door and door frame, item 4207, includes six retainers on a plastic sprue, and the additional retainers may be used as a door stop to prevent the doors from swinging in both directions. Finally, the window sills have an angled side, which, when the sill is glued in the sill opening, should face towards the window.

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