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Lol long way to go yet before painting, I'm going to hang a new front door on a automotive spray painters house tomorrow in exchange for the paint. 2pac are expensive, time you buy hardener, proper thinners mixing cup, paint filters. Then you have gun wash, thats only for the top coat. 2pac high fill primmer.

I'm negotiating doing another job for another person that has a proper spray booth.
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Orange is a friend of mine too! thumb.gif After we see pics of Merlin I'm going to decide whether I buy it or arc midi. Going to be orange either way wink.gif

That's really convenient that you get to pay for the paint with work biggrin.gif
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Consider this the start of one big router jig, and acrylic mold. Just have to trust me. Its going to be 2 layers spit with stainless mess but recessed with a third half layer. Flush fitting front benzel,

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It's going to be interesting doing it in layers. You wont see the layer joins then i'll make metal caps top and bottom.

I don't have any drawing or sketches to show i work out everything in my head tongue.gif. On a mission tomorrow to try hunt down a old bar heater to make a straight line bender.

If I can't get the acrylic to do as I want I'll be able to use the router/mold as a casting. Means I have to prep the surface and either make latex/fiberglass 2 part mold or a single gel coat mold. Ether way I have it covered, fiberglass is great to work with but getting liquid latex and gel coats in this town will be pretty much impossible over Chrissy holidays . If I went this way I could use a clear gel coat and a carbon fiber inlay backed by fiberglass.
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I'm only going what I think is going to work, the last time I seen one of these was in high school. Here we go

Two bar heaters I brought for 10$, I'll strip them for the element. If you don't know what your doing with main electrical don't attempt this. Im not sure if the element is going to be to hot but I'm sure I can work in a voltage control like a light dimmer to control the heat.

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Im working this out as I go, now I haven't any idea yet how the heat transfer is going to go. I'll build the frame rewire the setup with new wire/terminals because I think this thing is older than i am. Once I have it turned on I can work out how to build the forming bench.

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This is where it gets dangerous. Each end of element are exposed ceramic terminals so if they touch the metal body the entire thing will be instant electrocution .
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Im working this out as I go, now I haven't any idea yet how the heat transfer is going to go. I'll build the frame rewire the setup with new wire/terminals because I think this thing is older than i am. Once I have it turned on I can work out how to build the forming bench.
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This is where it gets dangerous. Each end of element are exposed ceramic terminals so if they touch the metal body the entire thing will be instant electrocution .

LOL don't get electrocuted and die on us now rolleyes.gif we want to see you finish the build biggrin.gif
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LOL don't get electrocuted and die on us now rolleyes.gif we want to see you finish the build biggrin.gif

Lol had plenty of practice. Going to go buy new switches and stuff now. Then I'll have to write this up in a detailed guide.
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Too late... Literaly shocked myself with one yesterday, cause it had gotten water in it (I'm still a little twitchy tongue.gif)... And that is an engenious idea for a strait line bender... Just make sure you don't get it too hot cause acrylic bubbles extremely easily (I've been experimenting with bending recently with small samples smile.gif)... GL... This build looks amazing so far smile.gif
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Too late... Literaly shocked myself with one yesterday, cause it had gotten water in it (I'm still a little twitchy tongue.gif)... And that is an engenious idea for a strait line bender... Just make sure you don't get it too hot cause acrylic bubbles extremely easily (I've been experimenting with bending recently with small samples smile.gif)... GL... This build looks amazing so far smile.gif

I shocked myself to yesterday replacing replacing two explanded caps on a lcd power board. My own fault talking to a mate not watching what i was doing.

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lol now i might as well paint it before I assemble all the electronics
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