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It's off to a good start!
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Current progress. 4 of 12 parts completed.
the tape is used to keep parts together while the epoxy cures.

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The next couple of steps don't capture well on my camera, however, I filed down the grooves with a bastard file, then I filled in the gaps in the segments with some automotive clay, and sanded again. As of current it is awaiting primer, and paint, before I clear coat it, and post the final result.


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In the final stretch now. some minor touching up to do, then I clear coat this thing.


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And finally: apart from needing to dry, this project is completed!

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Wow! That is very impressive indeed.

I know this one's a gift, but if you wanted to go in this direction, you could probably make money from high-quality 3-D printed things.
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I've considered it actually.
I wouldn't mind selling some projects. perhaps even make some toys.

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