Continued from here Days 10-14 Nothing terribly exciting here. More filling and sanding than you can shake a stick at. Something noteworthy, though. This is obvious, but it’s still worth saying: The better the original paper model, the less work is needed to make the fibreglass model look good. I’ve had to do so much… Continue reading Pepakura Iron Man helmet – part 3
I’ve been thinking about building a cyclone separator for my shop-vac for a while now, and I finally decided to go ahead and do it. I was planning on building a Thien cyclone, and was shopping for the required buckets and bits of pipes, when something else caught my eye in the store. It was… Continue reading Cyclone separator for shop-vac for 25€
[Continued from here] The Internet is full of stories of skilled people making awesome stuff. This isn’t one of those stories. Day 7 I sanded the whole helmet to a matt finish. This made it much easier to see all the spots that needed further attention. And there were quite a few. Plenty of fiberglass… Continue reading Pepakura Iron Man helmet – part 2
So, I stumbled upon something called “pepakura” while browsing the net. Seeing as it was pretty much described as “easy process, awesome results”, I decided to give it a try. I am, after all, an avid maker of things. A brief browsing through The RPF showed me that the hip thing that the kids these… Continue reading Pepakura Iron Man helmet
Just a random snapshot of a part of the project I’m currently working on.