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    You have achieved a great definition to make the bulldog

    You have also done a nice post-printing job with the sandpaper. It looks really nice. Keep going!!

    PD: You are using ABS. Aren't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboy74 View Post
    Awesome
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by imthatguy View Post
    Wow dude, that's a substantial print. I'm impressed at the amount of work you're putting in to smooth it out. Nice!
    I dabble at it. Do some sanding then go do something else then come back. Takes patience which I am not great at.

    Quote Originally Posted by blackfeather View Post
    OMG ! i love it so many memories of a B model with my dad awesome job !
    Always loved the look of them.

    Quote Originally Posted by iceman88 View Post
    You have achieved a great definition to make the bulldog

    You have also done a nice post-printing job with the sandpaper. It looks really nice. Keep going!!

    PD: You are using ABS. Aren't you?
    Not really sure what it is. Assume it is ABS. Was made by Mick Gould. Not sure if he is on here or not. He is on Facebook in the Socrawl group and a couple of others.

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    Since it's made from ABS, have you though about using the acetone bath method to smooth it?

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    Great work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skeeterk View Post
    Since it's made from ABS, have you though about using the acetone bath method to smooth it?
    Had not heard of that.

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    I personally have yet to do it. I have read about others doing it wit h great success. It will ONLY work on parts made of ABS, from what lil bit I know about it. I also know it's not a "bath" per say, but more like a vapor cloud. The material only needs about 15-45 seconds (depending how rough it is) exposure & it's fairly smooth.

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    Love the engine. your design?

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    ExclusiveRC.com

    Lots of engines to choose from.

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