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This thread is exactly what I needed... Using this I was able to get more done in one night than I have been able to in weeks... Thank you so much

 

 

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This thread is exactly what I needed... Using this I was able to get more done in one night than I have been able to in weeks... Thank you so much

 

 

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:duim:  Excellent! Glad it helped out

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Awesome job Tony. Can this get pinned for others to use as a model build thread. Well done

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Awesome job Tony. Can this get pinned for others to use as a model build thread. Well done

 

I'm all for it if there's enough interest and someone want's to PM the command staff  ;)

 

and Thank you  :D

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Great thread as all the others by you that I've seen on here! I have read a lot of threads and not a lot of people specify how they are wearing the thighs. My understanding is a garter system is generally seen as better than attaching to the cod. Do you have photos of assembling that at all? Thank you!

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Great thread as all the others by you that I've seen on here! I have read a lot of threads and not a lot of people specify how they are wearing the thighs. My understanding is a garter system is generally seen as better than attaching to the cod. Do you have photos of assembling that at all? Thank you!

 

Hey Luc, though I don't go into too much detail in this build, basically the garter system consists of two nylon straps connected the inner thigh armor then looped around a nylon waist belt with a buckle, seen here. Hope this helps

 

http://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/31920-ukswraths-am-10-ata-bucket-build/?p=418702 

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I really do appreciate someone doing a full build of the Anovos kit, and posting the build step by step. This will come in very handy, when i am able to get a kit.

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I really do appreciate someone doing a full build of the Anovos kit, and posting the build step by step. This will come in very handy, when i am able to get a kit.

 

My pleasure, and welcome to the FISD BTW!

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Thanks Tony! Been lurking for quite some time, and been on the SLD boards for several years when i was finishing up my ESB Vader (Had to sell it all just at completion). I am so happy now that I know that I can become a TK for less than half of what I spent on the Vader, and still look AWESOME!!!!!

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Thanks Tony! Been lurking for quite some time, and been on the SLD boards for several years when i was finishing up my ESB Vader (Had to sell it all just at completion). I am so happy now that I know that I can become a TK for less than half of what I spent on the Vader, and still look AWESOME!!!!!

 

haha OH YEA!

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Thanks for this Tony I've added this to my reference library. I took some liberties with the butt/joint cuts though I did 6.5mm-7.mm for the arms for a 13mm cover strip as I am a stringbean... acceptable?

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Thanks for this Tony I've added this to my reference library. I took some liberties with the butt/joint cuts though I did 6.5mm-7.mm for the arms for a 13mm cover strip as I am a stringbean... acceptable?

 

:duim:  :D

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Hey Tony,

 

Love this thread, I've found it very helpful. Thanks B)

 

Just a question about cover strips, have you found that the inner strips can make the outer a little uneven?

I found with my biceps, it worked perfectly.

But the join in the forarms came out a little uneven when gluing in the outer strip.

Maybe the pulling process with the ABS makes it a little thin and thicker in places. that would be a guess on my part.

I'm half considering doing the forarms again so the outside strips are more flush.

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Hey Andrew thanks for the kudos brother :duim: .

 

 

Inner cover strips are not required. In this particular armor build it assisted in the assembly and gave the interior a cleaner interior look which the owner wanted. If inner cover strips hinder your ability to assembly the exterior correctly then by all means don't use them. I'm currently building a RT-Mod suit for a fellow garrison member and I won't be installing inner strip because they're not needed nor does the owner care about what the inside looks like.

 

Hope this helps 

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Thanks Tony, I am a fan of clean lines. <br>

I might try it in reverse, outer first and do the inners after.<br><br>

Now to buy more glue... I ran out already

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