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    Default Homemade metal washout booth

    Hello,
    like I promised to Kim_A, here the pics of my homemade metal washout booth. It's made with the Bosch's profilates..with them is playing like with Lego!








    (I've build also the base of my worktable, that I can use also like screens rack):




    (to be continued)
    Fabio

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    thats too awesome for a washout booth.

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    Well, you should see it now, because those pics were made around a year ago. Now it's dirty. I'll post pics next days

    Fabio

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    Fabio I think you are secretly an Italian millionaire who only moonlights as a printer. Look at all those clean newman roller frames. And you have a windmill! Too much, too much...

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    vrooooom,
    ahahah The pics was taken a lot of times ago, when I was finishing some things for my studio. The newman roller frames actually are quite dirt

    The windmill thread will be the fatal bite
    Fabio

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    man that looks nice, too nice. good work.

    can you give the link where you bought those Allu profiles and joiners, or info about the system?

    this is exactly why i like gigposters, learn something new everyday!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bongalong View Post
    man that looks nice, too nice. good work.

    can you give the link where you bought those Allu profiles and joiners, or info about the system?

    this is exactly why i like gigposters, learn something new everyday!!!!!!!!
    Basically the Bosch has got the main market but there are some others industries who produces the same profilates and joints to half of the price.

    The catalogue of the alluminum profilates is this:
    Security Violation - 03

    It's in Italian, but you can see all the profilates, joints and so on they have created.

    you'll be impressed, and from now you'll discover the 70% into the industries is made with these profilates

    Fabio

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    thanks, will def. look into this.

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    did you notice Fabio has a built in microwave beside the washout? I hear he uses a used x-ray machine to expose screens! You guys mock him, but his shit is tight. Now if he would only print more! (right fabio?) Nice sig bongalong!
    Andymac

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