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Old 03-25-2006, 07:03 PM
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Die for indicator lights..


All hand Made.. What do you think?
Ehsan
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Old 03-25-2006, 07:59 PM
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You are very talented, got a question what do you use to make the plastic or are they glass lenses, and have you figured out how they will attach to the light bensel and have you made the bensal for them to attach to, and how do you get the different colors on the lenses? They are great, you have multi talents

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Old 03-25-2006, 08:26 PM
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Ehsan, that is absolutely amazing! How many of these parts do they typically make? Are they producing them for others or just for the cars they are doing?

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You are very talented, got a question what do you use to make the plastic or are they glass lenses, and have you figured out how they will attach to the light bensel and have you made the bensal for them to attach to, and how do you get the different colors on the lenses? They are great, you have multi talents

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Thanks... This is not my talent.. This is the talent of the denters I just take the photos.. .. Here are a few pics that might answer your questions..


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Ehsan, that is absolutely amazing! How many of these parts do they typically make? Are they producing them for others or just for the cars they are doing?

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These guys dont make many.. Around 10-20 per month depending on demand. They make them for their own Jeeps as well as sell a few.
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Each time you post I think I've seen it all, then you post again and totally blow my mind all over again. I am speechless. I used to think I knew some stuff and had some skills, but wow, I am a mere apprentice compared to a Paki "denter"!
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what material is being used for the lens? Interesting stuff!
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what material is being used for the lens? Interesting stuff!
Plastic.....
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Each time you post I think I've seen it all, then you post again and totally blow my mind all over again. I am speechless. I used to think I knew some stuff and had some skills, but wow, I am a mere apprentice compared to a Paki "denter"!
You should see the firearms these guys make from scratch, simply amazing.

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What kind of plastic? Is a mould release used?
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What kind of plastic? Is a mould release used?
Honestly, I dont know the exact specs of the material but it will be the same used in normal car lights.
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