MA5C

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d0om

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I made a template from cardboard
ma5c3.jpg


Used a 2*4 for a base and built the main parts out of foamboard
ma5c2.jpg

(still need to make the part that goes on the back)

Once I finish all the pieces, I will add detail and glue them together like this
ma5c1.jpg

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FinnishSpartan

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Lookin' good.

But are you sure you wanted to use wood, you could have used aluminium plates...

And did you have to take the same name as one of the Moderators... very confusing... (especcially signature).
 

d0om

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I dont have the tools to cut and weild together aluminum

And im trying to get my name changed but adams inbox is full
 

FinnishSpartan

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.DOom. said:
I dont have the tools to cut and weild together aluminum

And im trying to get my name changed but adams inbox is full
Hey i can send a message for DOOM he is sort of a friend of mine (We are both Finnish!!! Yai us!)

And aluminium is easy to cut since it is soft. (and aluminium cannot be welded.)
 
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FinnishSpartan

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.DOom. said:
how much do the plates cost. and what do you use to cut it
Aluminium plates are very cheap. 2.5mm plates (what im using). cost only 1.9dollars per square feet (that is im in Switzerland so they are probably cheaper in the US).

If you are cutting aluminium plates you will need a pair of metal cutter sheers. 5-20 dollars

And for cutting holes you can just use a normal drill head (note if you want to cut rectangles, like the 2 holes on each side of the ma5c you will need a special drill bit which will allow you to drag it so that you can extend the hole).
 
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