Thank you, Uwe, I wil take it step by step, in my own way.
I'm going to show everything from tools I want to use, how I make materials types.
mount frames-building jig, --From construction for finishing work.
Thanks for the great tips from SOS members.
I only found one brand here in norway 3M but not the same type.
PRITT paper glue and 3M spray glue.
The material is birch for both, the front and rear frame.
Then just try to see how well the pattern are attatch to the wood.
A little scraping with a sharp knife blade and the winner is the PRITT, bekase the pattern sitts well placed at the edges and is easy to scratch,
does not leave any residue, something 3M did not.
GET is also the cheapest about 2 DOLLAR.
For mounting the parts I will try CASCOL INDOOR which several of my Norwegian model building friends use.
Later we get an answer to that.
Thanks JIM, I'm a little unsure of black stain on holly but with finer grade on sandpaper and a layer of good wood oil,
I stand a little bit stuck now when my proxxon thickener is sent to repair,
now I'm going to make a test frame of birch that I've already cut out,
That's the next thing I want to show in my log