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INDASA USA 50m
For rapid stock removal on metal alloys, use a high speed rotary grinder with a resin fiber disc. Resin fiber discs are constructed with a heavy vulcanized fiber back that allow them to run at faster speeds and…
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INDASA USA May 17
• thehotrodshopms Progress on the crazy repair and rust we found on the superbird.
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INDASA USA May 16
• triggerhappypaint Little out of the norm. Wanted to do more but I have to stop myself sometimes... 🤷🏽‍♂️thanks for looking. 🇺🇸
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INDASA USA May 15
The annual PBES Conference is here! Gathered together will be a tremendous line up of speakers, breakouts, panelists, and Innovation Fair participants along with the best minds in the…
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INDASA USA May 15
at the O’Hare International Airport! Love to be out and see a fellow Rhyno in the crowd.
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INDASA USA May 14
There are several options available to prevent overspray on gaskets and rubber trim. The most time consuming choice is to remove the object. You can also apply masking tape onto the…
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INDASA USA May 13
Just the right amount of shine! sand paper and miwoodoil make for the perfect finish.
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INDASA USA May 13
glassing a an at ctic_foam fish for the first lamination demo of the weekend! Andrew was a winner of our contest. a_kook_named_mike from…
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INDASA USA May 10
Framing out rooms for the INDASA USA Academy. Keep following to watch construction unfold and get information on our Grand Opening date.
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INDASA USA May 10
Removing imperfections that may result during the lamination process. We used PlusLine and FilmLine Ultravent starting at P220 and worked up to Rhynocell. Brought it to a semi-gloss finish…
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INDASA USA May 9
SEMA 2018• oliviacook08 Adam forever blows my mind with all these layers and textures. 👌🏼 stonecoldkustoms
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INDASA USA May 9
People ask what I use to sand my clear after flake. Mostly hand sand with 500 wet. When it’s a bigger project I pull out the 3” and some 600 wet. The…
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INDASA USA May 8
• aerografixairbrush Windscreen painted to match the existing factory paint on a 2007 Yamaha Warrior Motorcycle, using masking tape.
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INDASA USA May 7
For fast material removal on softer objects like certain woods, composites, and polyesters use sandpaper that will fracture properly over time. Grain fracturing is important as it is…
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INDASA USA May 6
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INDASA USA May 4
Stop by our lamination demonstrations during the Boardroom Surfboard Show this weekend at the Del Mar Fair Grounds, and you could win one of the surfboards getting…
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INDASA USA May 3
This weekend’s lineup! glassing / laminating / color / new materials / techniques pureglassinc…
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INDASA USA May 2
• aerografixairbrush Some Harley-Davidson parts with skulls and fire in a custom mix Lime Candy and Vibrance Street Sweets Limetime Clovers. Used tape…
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INDASA USA May 1
As the roads twisted through our day of tape on a shapesbykennybriel shapes_by_shawn_odonnell…
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INDASA USA Apr 30
Fine line tapes assist with contours while providing crisp lines. INDASA’s Green Fine Line tape is designed to be used when masking gradual contours and straight lines. It’s…
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