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Scratch Build – In Progress DBRS Project by G69T

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by G69T, 1 May 2009.

  1. Toka

    Toka Member

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    Reading the start of a GT69 'mod' whilst watching The Omen

    Strangely appropriate :)
     
  2. exo²

    exo² New Member

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    This is going to be a 100% KICKASS product again by G69T

    I love it :p
     
  3. BlackWhizz

    BlackWhizz New Member

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    How much time does it take to make one piece on that CNC mill?
     
  4. hotton

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    just wow!!!
    i like the black blade...
     
  5. Richh999

    Richh999 Small Time Modder

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    WOW, I cannot wait to see how this turns out. Amazing work on the mill, Do you havwe any sketches of what your going to do are is it all a surprise, I'm happy whichever as long as the beautiful pictures keep coming..
     
  6. darklord of chaos

    darklord of chaos New Member

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    another great mod underway from G69T, I love the attention to detail and the sheer amount of engineering that goes into the mods, open a six pack and get out the popcorn and cheesecake and get comfy this is going to be good.
     
  7. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    Thanks to all, guys, I'm very happy for your great partecipation. :jawdrop:


    I use GTR2, GTR Evolution, Race Driver GRID and Colin DIRT (PC) and Gran Turismo 5 Prologue (PS3)

    I have writing only some sketches.

    I don't have the sponsors.

    Depends on the phases of work. See you soon to the short film about a complete working phase.

    Thanks again to all. ;)
     
  8. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    The spacers in Teflon.

    Some images of the manual lathe working phases.

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    Bye ;)
     
  9. ringo

    ringo New Member

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    Nice, i also have turned some teflon bearing. I had some problems with the teflon. The turned surface was really rough? Did you have this problem, too?
    If not, waht did you do, to get a good result?
     
  10. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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  12. tomcatt

    tomcatt WoodWoodWood

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    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT !
    Can't wait to see more ... MoooooooooooooorRRE !! :p
     
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  13. mvagusta

    mvagusta Did a skid that went for two weeks.

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    Hi again Gianluca, awesome stuff as usual :clap:
    I have a question for you: It looks like the ends of the clamps are metal, and i assume the alloy must be tightened securely for milling. Do the clamps dent/damage the surface of the alloy and you machine it flat after, or what's the story, because the alloy is perfect!?! Are the black/dark ends/faces of the clamp plastic perhaps:confused:
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    The mega size cnc bit you have here is an absolute animal :eeek:
     
  14. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    Hi mvagusta. Thank you for the compliments.;)
    The clamps are in temperated steel. The contact of the mill with the clamps, damaging the inserts of the mill and the clamps.

    Bye ;)

    P.S. sorry for my bad English :(
     
  15. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    I don't have any problem to worked the material. The only important dimension of my spacers is the thickness, other defects are not important for the assemblage. ;)
     
  16. Guest-23315

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    I've found using 1200 grit emery paper while still on the lathe is quite good :thumb:
     
  17. Oreon_237

    Oreon_237 CHEA BRO!

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    love the pics with the shards of metal flying off, absolutely awesome. gotta love the work you do...

    Stunning
     
  18. Sheiken

    Sheiken Wat?

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    AWESOME!
     
  19. DonT-FeaR

    DonT-FeaR I know what a fk'n Dremel is ok.:D

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    very nice work so far mate
     
  20. Journeyer

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    Oooh, I just came in my pants a little!
    Will be following this with great interest (while wearing the compulsory bib).
     

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