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04-01-2010 06:21 PM  10 years ago
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PETER ROB

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Red Lodge Rivits
As I make my own vinyl rivits, I have Poo, Poo'd the idea of liquid ones,
Nick up at Red Lodge persuaded me to give it a try, and as he said I would be suprised how fast and easy it was
With a £10.00 starter kit, I tried them on a couple of fins
Not that tidy but with a bit more care on my part, it will be faster than my vinyl ones
A mistake I made was to try and get the liquid rivit to the finished size, forgetting it would get proportionaly bigger with every coat of paint, not like the vinyl ones where the paint does not stick to the edges, but builds on the flats to get the dome
Peter R

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04-01-2010 06:43 PM  10 years ago
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what rivet kit was that?

is it possible to use pva glue in a syringe?
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04-01-2010 06:49 PM  10 years ago
Dr.Tim

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I have always got excellent with our Rivit Kit Peter, I think that thier kit is simular to ours ... very Easy to use and with a little practice I think you will find it's Much Faster.From Simple minds come simple ideas! Approach Engineering
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04-01-2010 08:15 PM  10 years ago
PETER ROB

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Red Lodge Rivits
Gareth, not sure what's in the bottle, trade secrets, but it works, I hardley used any to rivit those fins, between 500 and 600, I recon the starter kit will do a couple of large scale, like 1/4 scale, and still have liquid left
And as Dr Tim said fast
Peter R
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