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    Star Wars, Snow skiing, collecting fine wine Ice Hockey.


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  1. I simply use black insulation tape so it is easy to remove the mesh and clean the inside of my helmet every now and then. It has never let me down.
  2. Beautiful work Caleb, glad you are still finding time to work your way through this build. Amazing detail and a very clean build thread as well,
  3. Imgur is one of the more popular hosting sites and easy to use. Definitely follow Joseph tutorial it is the way to go.
  4. Being fiber glass with a resin coat, yep it sure can crack but there are several things to take into consideration more than just the material armour is made of. Size of trooper wearing it and how it fits. Close fitting parts can catch and rub against each other creating pressure points that can crack ABS of flex fiber glass. How you troop. Some are very active and not only troop frequently but also move around vigorously. Run, jump around etc. So depending on how you act can determine how long your armour will hold up. Tall or short, removing material in some areas means less f
  5. Nice to see this progressing Ian, keep up the good work.
  6. https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/10916-star-wars-walls-and-ship-interiors/Restored by Sly11
  7. https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/23937-ap-vs-ne-helmet/Restored by Sly11 https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/24864-opinion-poll-movie-accurate-or-ultra-clean-which-do-you-like/Restored by Sly11 https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/16230-mtk-anh-stormtrooper-armor/page/3/Restored by Sly11 https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/25118-cracked-armor-how-do-i-fix-it/Restored by Sly11 https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/25056-te2-armor-sizing/Restored by Sly11 https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/25008-extra-shoulder-bells/Restored by Sly11 https://www.w
  8. Congratulations Matt, very nice purchase. Don't stress too much with your build, it wont take long and you will be very confident in all aspects of it. The double snap strapping has worked exceptionally well for many members here including myself, another good choice. Looking forward to your BBB day and subsequent build thread.
  9. Injection molded plastics. Polyurethane is certainly at least these days becoming very popular by LFL for many of their armour based costumes.
  10. If you need to go wider on the back of the thighs because you need that little bit extra room, 25 - 30 is perfectly fine. The front of the limbs is where you want it as correct as possible. In saying that, no one is going to scale your photos and say "hey your cover strips are bigger than 16mm not 15mm"
  11. Thank you to everyone that contributes to these, I am positive the membership appreciate the detail and information that goes into each edition.
  12. Man, you are doing an awesome job of this upgrade. very impressed so far. I'm going to pin this thread so it's easier to find. looking forward to you next post.
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