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  • shocker surface area

    hopefully someone in here will know this. does anyone know the surface area for a stock shocker body,stock trigger frame and a shocktech trigger frame(shocker)? i would try to estimate these oddly shaped parts but i figured if someone already knew them it would decrease my chances of screwing it up.
    thanks

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    Acidrain is the man on those. If he can't, I'd be surprised.
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    • #3
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      ya acid rain, would you like to super amaizingly helpfull and post up all your avaible surface areas? please! i'l love you for ever and ever!!!!one one one

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      • #4
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        Ha, I think I already answered you in the PBN forums.
        Body: 62 sq. in.
        Gripframe: 38 sq. in.
        As for the rest of the dimensions... maybe someday.
        But this brings up an interesting subject that a local Profesional anodizer and I discussed recently... CV anodizing where you don't have to measure the surface area. I'll start a new thread on that subject.
        I do things.

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        • #5
          Re: shocker surface area

          yoyoboy has a good idea. there should be a sticky for various paintball gun surface areas since i would guess that %70 of anodizing if paintball related.

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          • #6
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            ooo acidrain, or anyone out there with experance in masking beadblasting, what would you suggest using as a masking agent for beadblasting IE doing tatoos- I'm not sure that stickers are strong enough... i'l start messing around when it gets in(dam drop shipping)

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            • #7
              Re: shocker surface area

              I use stickers. I have a guy that makes them for me from any Jpeg image. It's a little expensive... any where from $10 to $20 for a 8-1/2x11 sheet of stickers.
              If it's a simple image, you can cut your own from vinyl. I have used free bumper stickers as masking material, or you can buy sheet material from hobby shops.
              I'll think about providing what I have in the way of a SA spreed sheet. I have to get my image host straightened out (anybody else having problems with afreeimagehost.com?).
              I do things.

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              • #8
                Re: shocker surface area

                hey acidrain, I use Flickr, and I LOVE it. Free accounts allow you to upload 20 megs a month, but if you make up a spreadsheet of all the S.As you have i'l buy you a one year pro account

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