I hope that clears up any confusion for anyone.
And the way it works is as follows:
Put the tool on a piece of mirror glass or flat metal (not wood and not plastic) then take some Slaters Rod or scrap sprue heat up the end and when it gets ply able and floppy push it into the tool hold it for a few seconds and then pull it out of the tool and trim off the melted sprue and glue to the model.
Very simple and can be used time and time again.
I hope this explains the use of the tool.
I can produce an etch for loco numbers for smoke doors and D numbers for the cab sides of Diesels 4mm and 7mm, so if there is enough demand for them I will look at them.
Edited by Pete Harvey, 13 March 2012 - 13:28 .