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post #1 of 17 Old 01-09-2011, 05:30 PM - Thread Starter
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Just wondering if the front letters "XSPC" is painted on or is it a cut out.

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its a raised / glued on metal extension of the acryllic black board its on.

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Can it be taken off?
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Can it be taken off?
Not easily, and once you do, it will most likely be permanent.
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If you look at the backside of the plate you will see that it is stamped not glued on or separate.

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maybe try turn the plate back to front and paint it to what ever color you want
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If you look at the backside of the plate you will see that it is stamped not glued on or separate.

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Ouch. I just put in a order for it...Hopefully I can at least get rid of the color so it's all black..
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maybe try turn the plate back to front and paint it to what ever color you want
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maybe fill it and sand smooth then paint not too hard im going to have to do the same when i get mine boo hoo
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You could also manufacture your own faceplate for it, it's a very simple design and it would be easy to make from a small piece of sheet aluminum. Then you could also change the shape of the hole, or remove it completely. You also won't have a reversed imprint of the XSPC logo on the front.
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