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Old 01-27-2011, 03:08 PM   #71 (permalink)
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neato... actually that sound pretty badass... does the vaccume forming prevent shrink?
Not sure what you're asking here, but I think the process is that you layer, apply resin, and then vacuum mold to get all the air out while the resin cures.
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Old 01-27-2011, 03:11 PM   #72 (permalink)
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i was under the impression you Bake carbon fiber to get the resin to cure, and in the process it shrinks a small percentage.

I remember this from watching the building of a koeigsegg CCX..
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i was under the impression you Bake carbon fiber to get the resin to cure, and in the process it shrinks a small percentage.

I remember this from watching the building of a koeigsegg CCX..
There are probably various types of resin depending on what you need.

Here is a single post link that has the process... In pictures! Project: Carbon (aka the ~mostly~ metalic-less marker) - Page 2 - PbNation

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Old 01-28-2011, 09:20 PM   #74 (permalink)
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All threading should be ICD - 4-lead, threads in in about 2 1/2 turns.

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Old 06-10-2013, 11:31 AM   #75 (permalink)
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I'm sorry to bump an old thread but all the links are down. I am looking to make an autococker threaded barrel and am trying to see if there is a standard for the barrel. I know the threads are UNEF 15/16-20 but I am looking for details on the "shank". O.D., length of shank and placement of threads. Anyone have any info on this? Thanks.
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Perfect but I do have one question. That drawing shows the threads starting 0.98" from the end. I looked at about 6 different barrels I have and none of the threads start that late. Most are about 0.8" from the end. Any input on this? Thanks again.
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Perfect but I do have one question. That drawing shows the threads starting 0.98" from the end. I looked at about 6 different barrels I have and none of the threads start that late. Most are about 0.8" from the end. Any input on this? Thanks again.
I think what you are seeing is what Simon did at KEE to reduce the number of turns it takes to get the barrel off.
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I think what you are seeing is what Simon did at KEE to reduce the number of turns it takes to get the barrel off.
Exactly. It is modified from the traditional threading slightly to allow the barrel to be removed and installed significantly faster. Completely backward compatible though.
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