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Test printed heater stickers on printer paper and hand cut. I think I'm getting close--hoping to get them printed by the time Jake has 3D heater boots available. 

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Put your file for the stickers to print shop that prints stickers and has the printer that cuts the stickers out.  Also are you going to change the colors to black and gold?

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4 hours ago, Charlie69 said:

Put your file for the stickers to print shop that prints stickers and has the printer that cuts the stickers out.  Also are you going to change the colors to black and gold?

 

Yep will do! I'm hoping a printer can cut them with rounded corners. And yes on black and gold--I did the mock up in black and white just so I could see better--my eyes ain't what they used to be. 🙂

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1 hour ago, zed1 said:

 

We made similar dies for hand and foot operated pneumatic 'Nippers' for up to .090 thick aluminum sheetmetal in the aircraft detail-fab shop. You could round four corners on 100-200 parts in short order.

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4 hours ago, zed1 said:

 

I bought some PC-7 and already like it better than the JB Weld plastic epoxy. I like the way it applies and sands down and I'm hoping it bonds better to the steering wheel plastic. 

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I just did a digital clock delete on a plastic Land Cruiser gauge panel using a two part plastic epoxy from SEM. I am absolutely going to use that product again. Easy to use and sands down nicely without any pinholes.

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1 hour ago, Stoffregen Motorsports said:

I just did a digital clock delete on a plastic Land Cruiser gauge panel using a two part plastic epoxy from SEM. I am absolutely going to use that product again. Easy to use and sands down nicely without any pinholes.

 

Do you have a link to the product?

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I'm working with Issaranawat TreeAusawa  from Thailand to have these door panels made using factory specs. He's an incredibly responsive communicator and his attention to detail is A+. All the measurements here are factory including the snap placement on the pocket. I had him modify the pocket a little so it's much less floppy than the factory pocket. The grey fabric vinyl matches my seat and headliner. Price including shipping is right at  quotes I was getting from local guys. 

 

Highly recommend. 

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