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  • #46
    Just as a interest please watch the latest video ....N 9 B it will show how NOT !! To make a return shape,.
    where does this guy get's is ideas ????? I am thinking...... does he dreams these things ? Does he actually believe those theories? Or is this just a money spinning exercise? Or ......is he actually gone too far into this crap that he can not or it's too late to change is ways ? In my time working with metal and making panels I never have seen anything like it. . Then to make things worse listen to his claim.... he said that he could make a perfect panel using is technique simply by having a FSP and profiles sent to him from Australia, then he would make the panel and send it back, and it would fit perfectly....... All I can say.........FOR GOD sake !!!!!!!!!
    Last edited by Peter Tommasini; 11-02-2019, 12:45 PM.

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    • #47
      Having zero experience in this type of shaping, I was thinking yesterday about how to make a reverse.

      I have all of your DVD's I think Peter – can you tell me which one has a reverse being made please. The only one I can think of, is the blocking on the Monaro wheel arch.

      I would rather watch an expert, than be bored to death on you-know-who's channel,

      Cheers Charlie

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      • Chris_Hamilton
        Chris_Hamilton commented
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        Peter's DVD N3 covers the basics of returns and reverses.

    • #48
      Oh common you guys,

      Just because you dont have a insinkerator, facilitator Shrinky dink thingamajiggy and a FSP, doesnt mean you cant get the alignment of the arrangement to shift to the axial co-ordinent of the panel.
      Until you get these you can then charge accordingly.

      Cheers Reedy,

      There's nothing as Sweet as a EK V8

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      • #49
        Thanks Chris!

        Cheers Charlie

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        • #50
          Originally posted by Chazza View Post
          Having zero experience in this type of shaping, I was thinking yesterday about how to make a reverse.

          I have all of your DVD's I think Peter – can you tell me which one has a reverse being made please. The only one I can think of, is the blocking on the Monaro wheel arch.

          I would rather watch an expert, than be bored to death on you-know-who's channel,

          Cheers Charlie
          Charlie... these video's show how to make a reverse very similar to the one in question, (check out all of them N1/2/3/4). The difference on the return made by our friend, is that the area of the reverse is sharper and the bulbous shape is not as high, but the principle is the same. The only thing you need to notice is that Geoff KEEPS the desire shape at all times, meaning that he has control of that shape step by step when wheeling. ''

          (Quote'') ......WHEEL ONLY WHERE IT'S NEEDED........ according the buck that he is using. By doing this Geoff can then work out when and where to put the shape at each application.

          The other way....... (our friend way..... ) it's nothing like it ...meaning..... that the panel been wheeled like he does, he CAN NOT judge the area that he is wheeling and by arranging the shape very late in the process, then using the profiles too late in the build, he could be anywhere with it.

          If I did not explained properly, simply check this link below and make your own mind up which is the proper way

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6GTMAMUee4&t=357s
          Last edited by Peter Tommasini; 11-03-2019, 11:51 PM.

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          • #51
            Originally posted by OldnEK View Post
            Oh common you guys,

            Just because you dont have a insinkerator, facilitator Shrinky dink thingamajiggy and a FSP, doesnt mean you cant get the alignment of the arrangement to shift to the axial co-ordinent of the panel.
            Until you get these you can then charge accordingly.

            Oldn EK.......

            You forgotten to mention the ''area value''and the ''arrangement value''.... ''and pinch a inch'' and some other crap like it ! get it right will you!

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            • #52
              Just in case anybody out there thinks that I carry on too much with this segment about our friend work and teaching methods, meaning accuracy of the FSP , the tools he use, + welds positions, the actual return valley shape, the whole shape of the scoop over all, (look at the light reflections lines!...( Side and top of scoop ) quality etc. Then also look at the Lotus built by one or two of his students, also and listen to his comments about it ! Just keep a closed eye on the video N 9 A , between 20.38 and 23.27 minutes,THEN watch this video link below.

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fl1x9mQ5iTU and then please, tell me what you think .

              The next question I would like to ask to the FSP believers and followers,..... ( if the scoop in question could be saved ?? ) How many more hours work would it need to make it look and fit the same of the one on my link above,........... ( judging by the fact that it seats up by 12;15 mm above where it should be) NOT to mention the position of the weld !! ........Or how much BONDO would it need ?. Remember.... ( his quote was) .... SEND ME A FSP , + PROFILES, I CAN MAKE YOU A PANEL THAT WILL FIT PERFECTLY NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE ....I HAVE DONE THIS BEFORE......................



              On a different note............... believe or not, it so happens that I have an E type Jag bonnet at work that needs extensive repairs on the same places, so if I have time I will post a video on the build after finishing the video on the Ferrari front which will be on this Forum soon
              Last edited by Peter Tommasini; 11-04-2019, 01:35 AM.

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              • #53
                Nice one Peter!

                Yes please; more videos are like finding gold for me,

                Cheers Charlie

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