Art Deco said:What about the thickness of the sheetmetal vs the thickness of the urethane sheet? What would you suggest?
p.s. 35window, my grandson says that's Goldilock's quote.
Nonhog said:Pretty excited about this idea. Keep thinking about it one question I've come up with is, would it be something you could "wheel" as in use a urethane wheel on a track, like my old cast iron DeWalt RAW. Roll the wheel and adj. down roll again and so on. ??
I used 24 gauge steel for the letters pressed into 20 gauge steel for the panel. 1/8" 90D polyurethane was what I had on hand and it worked fine. I also tried some 75D and 60D but the harder stuff made the impression more crisp.Art Deco said:What about the thickness of the sheetmetal vs the thickness of the urethane sheet? What would you suggest?
The "A" got embossed backwards because the numb skull doing the work stuck it on backwards. The actual piece in the trunk was a later iteration.Inky Ford said:How did the "A" letters get embossed in backwards on the trunk when your blank has them the correct way?