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Old 11-06-2013, 02:58 PM
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Re: Stainless Steel/ Aluminum SRT Badges

Yes straight oxygen. Im in the quality room so when I get the laser parts in my room I'm like wtf, do I need to go show them how to run it. They turn the speed up way to high so they turn out like sh**. But your parts are awesome. Ill post a pic up of the 6" once I weld on the studs to put it in the lower grille and get it back from powder coating (red).
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Old 11-06-2013, 03:03 PM
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Yes straight oxygen. Im in the quality room so when I get the laser parts in my room I'm like wtf, do I need to go show them how to run it. They turn the speed up way to high so they turn out like sh**. But your parts are awesome. Ill post a pic up of the 6" once I weld on the studs to put it in the lower grille and get it back from powder coating (red).
haha alright awesome!!! thank you very much for everything and im glad that you like them

here is our laser machine and the waterjet attached is the one that was used to cut your part
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Which one would be best for the front chin spoiler? Thanks, Craig
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Which one would be best for the front chin spoiler? Thanks, Craig
Either one is effective. Just different methods. I used waterjet because it's better with aluminum than the laser. The stainless steel badges I cut with waterjet cause that machine had an opening to cut these. Laser is always jammed packed
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Old 11-06-2013, 08:35 PM
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I got the stainless and it's amazing! Check the first page you will see it.
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