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Hello guys! Just fully made a Carbon Fibre backplate fot my darling. The picture tells all....
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Is it still shielded on the inside or is there a conductive element in the carbon fibre that maintains the shield?
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Its the same tape Sheldon uses on is products.
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Erwin can you resize that pic?
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Uhhh, nice work Erwin, but why? :? Mark
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I have no idea how that works. Resize a picture...Try to find it out! Ive done it because the original whas scratched and bumped. The tekst on it became unreadable. And with carbon you will not have any scratch! And i like carbon very much! ofcourse... Greetings, Erwin
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[quote="Erwin":1u5b7ew9]I have no idea how that works. Resize a picture...Try to find it out![/quote:1u5b7ew9] Download a free image resizer at http://www.freeimagebrowser.com/resize/ It's a very easy program to use. Mark
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[quote="Erwin":1l9v2x7e]... with carbon you will not have any scratch! And i like carbon very much! ofcourse... Greetings, Erwin[/quote:1l9v2x7e] The carbon fibers are impregnated and encased in resin to produce the form of the backplate, and the resin will get scratched eventually (it won't happen as easy or as fast as with plastic, but it's inevitable it will)
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