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Thread: Epoxy Putty: Guidance to Easy Fabrication for Carputers/Bezels *56k Warning*

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    yea quicksteel is the "offbrand" IMO.

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    I used the loctite brand stuff this weekend on my first stab at making my own custom bezel. Just as stated, worked perfectly and bonded nicely!! Had a bit of sanding to do to get it staright then reapplied some more to fill in the low areas. Now it's time for bondo, primer, paint and pictures I've been taking throughout the process!
    2000 Pontiac Trans Am Firehawk #102
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    GREAT, make sure to post some process pictures.

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    This is the stuff I used for the bezel for my screen. Works great, holds tight!




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    My filler


    Opening Cut


    Plastic Epoxied In


    Loc-tite Epoxy Putty - First Coat


    Loc-tite Epoxy Putty - Second Coat


    How LCD Stays Put


    Added Bondo since and should be ready to sand again. Hopefully primer tomorrow and paint Friday!
    2000 Pontiac Trans Am Firehawk #102
    Processor: AMD 64 X2 BE-2350 (Dual Core)
    Motherboard: ABit NF-M2S (Micro-ATX)
    Memory: 2GIG Crucial DDR2 667
    Hard Drive: WD 160GIG
    Monitor: 7" Lilliput 629GL
    Front End: CentraFuse With Navigation

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    looks great man, do you have any more progress pictures

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    Yep, finished it up the following day. Came out really close to the stock color considering all I painted with it was $0.96 wal-mart rattle can semi-gloss black. I'll pull it out this weekend and re-paint it with interior paint and I also need to center the screen a little better.











    2000 Pontiac Trans Am Firehawk #102
    Processor: AMD 64 X2 BE-2350 (Dual Core)
    Motherboard: ABit NF-M2S (Micro-ATX)
    Memory: 2GIG Crucial DDR2 667
    Hard Drive: WD 160GIG
    Monitor: 7" Lilliput 629GL
    Front End: CentraFuse With Navigation

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    wow, looks great man

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    Looks awesome. What'd ya get from NetFlix?
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