Originally Posted by CattleRustler
I have a question about the ips weld on stuff...
I just got a can of the ips weld on 3, and the syringe applicator bottle. When you put the stuff in the bottle, can you store any remainder in that bottle with the cap on, or do you pour any remainder back into the main can, and if so, do you have to clean out the little bottle? And with what would you clean it?
thanks in advance
Originally Posted by CyberDruid
I find it evaporates over time but leaves no discernable residue.
As CyberDruid has stated.
I generally pour the unused portion back into the metal container.
As a side-note, I did leave some of the #3 in the applicator for about 3 weeks, and it took on a redish hue. I have no idea why or how, and the folks at Tap Plastics did not know either. Probably no biggie, but I dumped that batch just to be on the safe side.
Originally Posted by Danylu
Would you able to add a section on personal safety when cutting/modding with acrylic or just modding in general?
And do you have a worklog of the Indigo Mod Case thing?
Yes, I will do so.
Did you have something specific in mind?
And also Yes. Here is a build log
for that odd-looking case.
Originally Posted by Indignity
Wow! An on-topic post from me
What purpose does the Anti-static measure provide? I'm sure as others come across your guide that have not worked with acrylic will probably have the same question.
I'm also glad to see you are looking into the 'fusion' method to sammich pieces together ala a long-ago inquiry from myself!
As always, I am glad to be a mere 2 minutes of your time today & look forward to this being completed! I need inspiration to pick up where I left off!
Thanks bro & +
When the protective film is first removed there is a fair amount of static build-up (but that could just be me as I "shock" fairly often
In addition to what Rado stated below, I have found that saturating and cleaning the panel allows me to see any flaws, and prevents further marring of the panel.
But mainly for the alleviation of the static build-up
Indy... how did you hurt yourself?
Originally Posted by chessmyantidrug
Well geez. Now I'm thinking of foregoing the NZXT Tempest and building a case to my own specifications using acrylic.
It's like Burger King, "You can have it your way."