Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by lenne0815, 4 Jul 2010.
sorry guys... i just had to do it
Oh no he didn't .... MORE!
appliyng liquid foil
This design is awesome !! So is your technique to achieve the goal
Stars and rep +
thx for rep, nobodys ever repping me
I did .... So I gotta ask, what's liquid foil. Sealer? and would you have a site to look up the particulars. I'm so interested in what you're doing with this. Tia .... I keep looking at your picts and seeing HDRI's lol
liquid foil is used so i can seperate the finished side covers from the mold, ich got everything cut now, im gonna start right now
Multidirection glass fibre
Rip off waeve ( dunno if these are the correct descriptions, anyone ? )
epoxy resin with black tint paste
and there itzs sitting now for the next hours
Awesome design, i'll be watching this one!
lets just say i didnt fully worked as i expected but lucky me didnt used the carbon yet...
I've worked a very little with fiberglassing for car audio work - It looked very easy in photos but having tried it myself, I just gotta respect the skills of someone who knows what they are doing...
That a vacuum machine of some type in that photo above?
(sorry i mess up quote lol)
does anybody else get an erection when they see PC's with carbon fibre???? or is that just me?
Sorry, I'm failing to see what's wrong here? Is it the flaking part in the bottom left? Looks beautiful.
Yes. You suck out all the air and end up getting a stronger composite (no bubbles + more penetration).
The flaking stuff is the liquid foil, thats supposed to be like that, but i had a lot of air and other stuff in the laminate, but i decided to use it anyway, im gonna laminate inside the forms i got now.
I'm a sucker for awesome uses of other materials and round cases. +rep and subscribed.
Push the "REP" button for Lenne peeps! and... a side bit on your vac table would be nice. something else you made as well i suppose.
I guess that kinda answers my question: Are you going to use both of these to make the carbon layer?
wow... like many people here, i've only seen this project now and i must say it is looking great
keep it up
nice work there dude !!!
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