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  • Laser rust moval.

    Apologies if you guys have seen this before, I hadn't and it seems well impressive. The story is it is very expensive at the moment but remember Laser printers, now almost (not me) everyone seems to have access to them. Well worth a watch anyway; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACGSzBXKONo

    Last edited by Greg_S; 9th January 2018, 23:14.

  • #2
    I have seen that before but it is still amazing to watch!

    It is really clean and more importantly leaves a nice dry surface ready for primer, plating, paint etc. compared that to grit blasting, there is a load of mess involved there and not to mention missing metal from your part!


    I love the sound it makes

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    • #3
      Seen it before and it seems perfect for the job, didn't know they were so expensive though

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      • #4
        Wow, not seen that before so very impressed.
        96 URS6 plus speck saloon
        96 URS6 plus speck estate
        94 2.6 80 Avant
        99 2.8 final edition Cabriolet

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        • #5
          Wow...i want one!
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          1992 3b S2 Coupe

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          • #6
            Very effective I have to say, I saw it 4 years ago and it was not cheap.

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            • #7
              Does anyone on here have one of these?
              1996 S2 ABY Coupe silver
              2003 S3 8L dolphin grey
              2014 RS4 B8 prism silver

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              • #8
                I have been told half a million quid
                Apparently Badger 5 for anyone who knows who he is (Link if you don't, http://badger-5.com/ ) has something very similar with water input as well, not sure exactly what that means, possibly a more affordable version.
                Last edited by Rubberdubber; 12th January 2018, 19:28.

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                • #9
                  Never seen that before...amazing but 80K Can you use it on thin steel as that stuff all looked really thick.

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