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    #16
    Let's go back to the lateral stand rubber;
    a liquid silicone H.T. rubber + the colouring dye ( silicone comes in the Brown colour) Is not justifiable at the moment, so for now a (three) Viton high temp o-ring will do nicely, tank you.​
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    Last edited by Lorenzo; 12-01-2023, 09:57 AM.
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      #17
      This Is the general idea IMG_20231202_233547.jpg
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        #18
        And this Is It, for now IMG_20231202_204401.jpg
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          #19
          For folks with Honda CB1100F and CX650 Turbo, a guy at CB1100F.net is making the, can not be found, trip meter reset knobs. Making them from alum., exact size, shape, color, uses same mounting screw. The OEM's were plastic and I think within the past 40 yrs. all, including NOS, have crumbled and fallen apart.
          1983 GS1100E, 1983 CB1100F, 1991 GSX1100G, 1996 Kaw. ZL600 Eliminator, 1999 Bandit 1200S, 2005 Bandit 1200S, 2000 Kaw. ZRX 1100

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            #20
            That's exactly the principale, replicate parta no longer available.
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              #21
              And this Is another approach; using this technology to make the mould for the final part:

              IMG_20231213_234749.jpg this are the two halves of the mould, into which, silicone for instance, can be poured.
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                #22
                From this short video, you can glean a better view:

                 
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                  #23
                  And for the enthusiastics, this is a preview of the printing head path; I could keep watching for ages...
                   
                  Last edited by Lorenzo; 12-17-2023, 11:15 AM.
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