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carbonfiber iphone case

by:TenChen Tech     2020-03-13
This Instructure will guide you through the key steps of creating your own carbon fiber iPhone case!
See the list of materials needed below, have fun and be safe!
Materials: personal protective equipment (PPE)
: Hazard: first wash your iPhone case with water and soap and completely dry to remove any oil and dirt.
Then cover the inside of the box with wax paper so that it fits the inside of the box and you have at least half an inch from each of the remaining edges.
Be sure to highlight any features on your box, such as the camera\'s holes and volume buttons, by going the wax paper deep into these spots to inflate them.
Setup: cover your work area with plaster wrap and be careful to avoid big confusion.
Hazard: use vinyl gloves when using uncured plaster!
Goggles and lab coats worn all the time.
Waste disposal: all waste contaminated with uncured gypsum can be disposed of in any conventional waste.
Mix about 40 ml dry plaster with 20 ml water and mix slowly until a uniform \"cake batter\" component is reached.
Pour the plaster mixture into the case until the case is fully filled.
You may want to lift the case a few inches from your work area and let it fall so that the top surface of the plaster is flat.
After the plaster is completely dry, remove the mold from the iPhone shell and remove the wax paper.
Polish any rough area with sandpaper or wooden popsicles and finalize the mold.
Prepare your plaster mold, cover it with wax paper, and spread plastic wrap in your work area to avoid confusion.
Hazard: wear nitrile gloves when using with carbon fiber and uncured epoxy resin (very toxic).
Goggles and lab coats worn all the time.
Waste disposal: any material in contact with the uncured epoxy resin must be thrown away in the designated hazardous waste bin.
Hazard: wear nitrile gloves when using with carbon fiber and uncured epoxy resin (very toxic).
Goggles and lab coats worn all the time.
Waste disposal: any material in contact with the uncured epoxy resin must be thrown away in the designated hazardous waste bin.
Hazard: wear nitrile gloves when using with carbon fiber and uncured epoxy resin (very toxic).
Goggles and lab coats worn all the time.
Waste disposal: any material in contact with the uncured epoxy resin must be thrown away in the designated hazardous waste bin.
Hazard: wear nitrile gloves when using with carbon fiber and uncured epoxy resin (very toxic).
Goggles and lab coats worn all the time.
Waste disposal: any material in contact with the uncured epoxy resin must be thrown away in the designated hazardous waste bin.
Hazard: wear vinyl gloves, goggles and laboratory coatings when using carbon fiber and cured epoxy.
Waste disposal: all Dry epoxy and gypsum waste can be treated in a common trash can.
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