AMT is down for a bit...

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Eaglewood

Sr Member
Hello all,
I just wanted to inform everyone that until further notice I will not be able to entertain any projects that have to do with the AMT spray on metallizing. I am still able to do the castings and CNC work, but due to circumstances beyond my control--the AMT spray metal projects have to be put on hold.

I apologize for this and will let everyone know when I have the capability to continue with this process.

Please contact me if you need any further information.

Thanks all

Clay
 

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Eaglewood

Sr Member
Originally posted by appliedmetal@Dec 30 2005, 01:22 PM
Hello all,
I just wanted to inform everyone that until further notice I will not be able to entertain any projects  that have to do with the AMT spray on metallizing. I am still able to do the castings and CNC work, but due to circumstances beyond my control--the AMT spray metal projects have to be put on hold.

I apologize for this and will let everyone know when I have the capability to continue with this process.

Please contact me if you need any further information.

Thanks all

Clay
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Just noticed that this one was still here--Everything is fine here now--back up to speed.

For all of you athat are inquiring about the tiny pieces for Star Trec guns, etc out of plastic,
The problem that I have is that for me to do smaller parts like this and be able to be cost effective, I need to do a LOT of them at one time. Due to the way I have to mix the material I cant just mix enought to do a piece here or a piece there. . Additionally, some of the smaller pieces are a real bear to get polished up in the close detailed areas, and I usually end up cutting through the material and have to start all over.

So that being said, If it is like a coin or something like that--No problem--but if you get down to small ribbed items with lots of nooks and crannies--Paint is probably the way to go.

So anyone that has PM or emailed me about thest types of items--Sorry--but I would rather turn them down than not give you back something that was awesome..

Thanks

Appliedmetal.
 

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