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    Re: Design Project !! L-800 Thread

    Tell , what material did you use for that frame - cardboard? Cardboard with foam core as used for architectural models?

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    Re: Design Project !! L-800 Thread

    It's made of two thin metal sheet filled with modelling clay

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    Ok sounds difficullt to me.. will see what I could learn from this��

    But it looks rather big compared to your wrist.

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    yes, I need some physical training to build bigger arms...

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    Eating also helps.. but I will not recomment. If you would not able to stop in time you would need 2 watches at the end.. for two time zones..

    If you will do the original case from solid Thungsten you probably will build your body by just wearing it ( as Uranium or Plutonium would be heavier but do not have the wearing comfort... especially when trying to enter an airplane..
    Police...: down on the ground, hands on your head... Passenger: I cannot -my watch is too heavy ... and it radiates.. Police: we know.. thats why.
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    Re: Design Project !! L-800 Thread

    Case design second model: thin metal sheets filled with modelling clay, with a piece of transparent plastic over a very slightly thicker arm

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    middle case + glass


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    Re: Design Project !! L-800 Thread

    Could you estimate how thick the metal is. Eventually you could cut it with a break off cutter on a hard support or as already said engrave it through..

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    Re: Design Project !! L-800 Thread

    Damn I'll fall behind... Question the inner fly ball would that one be static or is it part of the movement?


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    Re: Design Project !! L-800 Thread

    You missed a lot .. the flyball passed and became a geartrain..

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    Re: Design Project !! L-800 Thread

    Thanks Hg
    I am considering two component resin as a more rigid support... but I have to do tests!!

    Hi Leon
    It's a basic quartz, only minutes and hours movements!

    I was not able to solve the flyball design and I had to leave it!!!
    Maybe for a future project...
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