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Picture of Cassette (Tape) Belt Buckle
I saw Fblades Funky-Retro-Cheap Ass Belt Buckle and thought that looks good but i wanted to make my own that i could put on different belts

Step 1: Tools

Picture of Tools
Here are the tools and materials i used, not all of them are pictured :

2 Flat screwdrivers to prise the cassette apart
Ruler and pencil to mark the holes to be drilled
Molegrips, snippers and pliers for cutting and bending the wire coat hanger
Drill with 3.5mm and 4mm drill bits
Cassette
Wire coat hanger
Screws

Also not pictured super glue and clamps
 
jduong24 years ago
www.mixtapeapparel.com does these a different way using two metal backing peices
jwolach7 years ago
This is a very cool idea for old cassette tapes. My dad has some really old classic tapes. So, I went ahead and modified the instructions a little bit. Instead, of drilling into the actual cassette tape, I made my buckle out of the clear cassette case. By doing that, I can change the cassette tape inside the case to whatever I want depending on my mode or my attire that day. Thanks for the great tip and idea.
uguy7 years ago
Dude, do you have any idea what the tape WAS worth as a collectible?
welshy136 (author)  uguy7 years ago
No but i have a double of the one in the picture above and another batman one so i thought why not
Bazzio7 years ago
awesome.. i was lookin for some online but no luck
welshy136 (author)  Bazzio7 years ago
Yeah i tried looking online too but no look only found pictures of the rest of the collection. Here is some info to help in your search they are part of the BASF fanatsy collection.
Bazzio7 years ago
those tapes are ace.. where did you find them?
welshy136 (author)  Bazzio7 years ago
They were just ones I had from when I was younger that I found again not so long ago