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CX PHREAK

Re: Phreaks phingy.
« Reply #100 on: 05-Dec-16, 16:17 »
Cutting iseasy. I just used a hacksaw blade Vlad.

 The welding I did using an 80 watt soldering iron and strips of the parent material as filler.

 Melt where you want to put the weld with the iron and melt the filler strip straight onto the area while the repair area is still molten. This will unsure a strong bond.

 You can either leave your weld as finished or rip it down with some 60 grit or similar. Then you can go up through the grades until the area is as smooth as you want it.

 Best to practice with some scraps first until you have a feel for it but it's not really that difficult.

 Just back from the shopping. $h!+ this thing goes well. And mechanically quiet.

VladTepes

Re: Phreaks phingy.
« Reply #101 on: 05-Dec-16, 16:48 »
 You mentioned that you plasti-welded a new 'section' into the inner guard when you remade it. What did you use for this infill?
PM if you prefer not to clutter the thread. :)

CX PHREAK

Re: Phreaks phingy.
« Reply #102 on: 05-Dec-16, 17:07 »
I used another section of inner guard Vlad.

CX PHREAK

Re: Phreaks phingy.
« Reply #103 on: 01-Jan-19, 13:09 »
 :nyah:

doddsy1000

Re: Phreaks phingy.
« Reply #104 on: 01-Jan-19, 18:44 »
Wow!  As always Mark  :good: :good:

 


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