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i still have the plastic protective layer on the front side that looks like resist, im not sure what grit of sand we use, we use Flexi 7 for the pre-ploter program it vectorizes(auto-traces) the image thats why it has to be a relativly simple image(the skull was real simple), the sandblaster machine is automatic(has a track to feed the glass in and a spary gun the moves to cover all of teh glass), so each layer would be one pass through the machine, but i used the hand spray noslie so i have more control over depth(cant go as deep as glass), keep in mind that the case side shown above is the stock acrylic pannel, its about a 1/16 thick, the machine will do up to 1" thick glass but we only go up as 3/4"


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Image it may look a little funny because i still have the protective plastic sheet on the front(i blasted the back)
So this means that you're in business and can start taking orders???? LOL...standby!


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http://www.directron.com/laserwin.html

Check this out.


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So this means that you're in business and can start taking orders???? LOL...standby!

if your seriosly thinking of it PM and we may beable to work out some arrangement


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thats way out of my league and dont have the proper resources


BTW: Spider Monkey check your PMs


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i used the hand spray noslie so i have more control over depth


Now that's what I'm talking about! Keepin it real! :)


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So this means that you're in business and can start taking orders???? LOL...standby!

if your seriosly thinking of it PM and we may beable to work out some arrangement
Hopefully you're employed there for a while. For this to be an option for ME, I'll have to get another sidepanel for the stacker that actually has a window (or no big circle intake), etch it, paint it to match...big project that I won't be able to handle for a couple months. Not painting weather here yet:p


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just let me know and show me an image to see even if i would be able to do it


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For a review at GruntvillE I had a custom window etch done by VoyeurMods. It came out awesome and only required a high res jpg of what I wanted done. It costs about $30-50.

Here is a link to the review --> LINK

And, of course, a picture. It is a window for a Lina Li PC-70 so it is about 18"x18", which means it is HUGE.

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[quote="sflshooter"][quote="Jokerswild1"][url]http://www.directron.com/laserwin.html[/url]

Check this out.[/quote]
thats way out of my league and dont have the proper resources


BTW: Spider Monkey check your PMs[/quote]

says they do it for $12.99


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wow, thats cool, but it nothing i can do with a sandbaster


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I got nothing yo.


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wow, thats cool, but it nothing i can do with a sandbaster


YES YOU CAN! It jst takes 500 times longer. You cut out all of the layers first and turn the pressure WAY down.


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wow, thats cool, but it nothing i can do with a sandbaster


YES YOU CAN! It jst takes 500 times longer. You cut out all of the layers first and turn the pressure WAY down.

exactly i could never do that, im new to it, my boss still wont even do 2 layer jobs for customers yet


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I got nothing yo.


it was a bad quote, that was me telling you that like weeks ago


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I have a CNC Router and used a "Engrave tool" It looks like a "V". I don't know exactly what a laser would do, or even sand-blasting, but with the "V" I can put a light on either side of the window and whatever is cut lights up that color. Here are some pics of a PC I built and modded a few months ago... I think it turned out pretty slick and so does everyone who saw it... but alas, my camera sucks (3 year old Cintar 2.0MP for $99). It was originally silver, but I repainted and resurfaced and got a shiny dark red. The "glass" was 1/8" acrylic "plexiglass"

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DickNervous wrote:
For a review at GruntvillE I had a custom window etch done by VoyeurMods. It came out awesome and only required a high res jpg of what I wanted done. It costs about $30-50.

Here is a link to the review --> LINK

And, of course, a picture. It is a window for a Lina Li PC-70 so it is about 18"x18", which means it is HUGE.



I know a guy that could do that, but his niche is black marble. His website is http://zha-reyn.com


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