Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 26 Sep 2018.
Sweet tutorial. -You should probably tell viewers to search for the O-ring spec literature on their own.
On the Fusion banner it says, "free for students for 4 years." -That's why I never tried it. I'd get maybe 2 sessions and it would time out during the 2nd.
Good tutorial. Eagerly wait next part about preparing CAM files and how to mount parts on the CNC table.
could I get some more information and detail how to make the mirrored distro plate? It's absolutely fantastic, I would like to put one like that in the front of my case.
Btw do you take custom orders perhaps?
It is a combination of two panels glued together:
"To achieve this I machined an acrylic mirror alongside a thicker 10mm section; these were then chemically bonded together to create a tight seal, as opposed to screws and o-rings like the other panels. This gives the panel a clean finish with no visible fasteners."
If you need more info, hit up @Maki role
Hey bud, wow thx for replying so fast.
Yeah I've read that but still I don't understand how he "machined an acrylic mirror", you just take a simple transparent piece of acrylic and then with different polishing methods you achieve a mirror finish?
And the 10mm section is simple transparent acrylic or something else?
Also, the exact type of chemical is definitely needed yes, imagine my parts splitting apart
I'll contact Maki then!
I'm trying to send a message to Maki but I constantly get an error "An unexpected error occurred. Please try again later."
No, you literally buy silvered acrylic. The machining refers to shaping it, not making it a mirror; it's already a mirror.
As a new member, you won't be able to use the private messaging function until your post count is up. Not sure to what level, mind you.
Aah that's awesome then, grrreat! Thx for the link, hopefully should find something in my country, if not gonna order from your link. Thanks a bunch mate!
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