hey jit, if your seriously need help, email me pictures & stuff, I'll see what I can do
Absolutely gorgeous work and an excellent write-up!
"It's a blessing . . . and a curse."
put of curiouity, is ths just a monitor, or tablet pc as a whole with nothing else
i am pretty interested in such desigh, in my car it means a surgery though.
what brand tablet it that if aaplicable
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that's not a tablet... it's just a screen... more info on this screen for anyone interested, can be found here
these screens are totally insane & blow away most everything else you'll find... I am btw sold out on these screens at the moment, but am working on sourcing them elseware...
Lot of time in that one...looks real good.
Very nice work! I have the same car with the same color interior. I'm thinking a doing an install with a 7 or 8" screen in the bottom part of the dash leaving the top compartment. Do you think this method would work well for me?
7" TouchScreen Carputer
Rockford Fosgate 1501BD and Rockford 551s
12" MTX 9500 in a SS* or a 12" Brahma in a SS*
ZAPCO COMPONENTS in front and RFs in rear
2 YellowTops and a 200amp Iraggi Alternator
*Snell Shell box from nolteaudio.com
I think so, I really showed 2 main things here, 1 is the method & technique of making this as an insert, & the other is the use of materials that are compatable with most modern dashboards.. bondo & fiberglass are not the right materials for this type of work, bondo is great for ridgid work & is designed for use on metal.... some guys use it with sucess on wood too, but it's not good for a plastic dash bezel... fiberglass is equaly incompatable really..
even if my insert method doesn't suit your aplication well, the materials & finishing techniques still apply really.....