The Cutting Seat Is Pasted in the Helmet

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Introduction: The Cutting Seat Is Pasted in the Helmet

The helmet and the cutting seat are prepared

Step 1: The Mount of the Cutting Seat Is Peeled

Noting, it peels the mount

Step 2: Position of the Seat Is Decided

Position of the seat is decided vis-a-vis the helmet

Step 3: [goshigoshi] It Does With the Cloth

In order for the air not to enter, from the center it rubs with the cloth

Step 4: In Order for the Wrinkle Not to Approach, It Cuts

It cuts with the scissors

Step 5: Temporarily, It Could Paste

As been able to paste well, it is visible, but…

Step 6: The Protective Paper Is Peeled Off

Slow, paying attention, it peels off the protective paper, this time, the protective paper when you raise to directly above, is not good. It peels off alongside the curved surface of the helmet.

Step 7: Completion!!!

It could paste well, also everyone will try challenging

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    24 Discussions

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    awesomeallan
    awesomeallan

    13 years ago

    I want a helmet, toooo. It puts the lotion in the basket. :)

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    kanekanegongon
    kanekanegongon

    13 years ago

    In fact, I participated for a lecture of technical writing in Japan which there was on February 21. I am lacking in explanation in "helmet contents" and think that, in addition, various deficiency was full. I showed it in Japan in the middle of the night of February 20. I was surprised to get up in the next morning and did not think that there was a response so early. Thank you once again.

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    PetervG
    PetervG

    13 years ago

    Your grammar needs some help.

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    kanekanegongon
    kanekanegongon

    Reply 13 years ago

    You think that the [me] it is do, with automatic translation it has become meaning unclear.

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    PetervG
    PetervG

    Reply 13 years ago

    What? How ironic.

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    Reply 13 years ago

    It smacks of BabelFish to me...

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    kanekanegongon
    kanekanegongon

    Reply 13 years ago

    It is, is but I use the automatic translation of google

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    PetervG
    PetervG

    Reply 13 years ago

    Oh, a translator, ok.

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    PetervG
    PetervG

    Reply 13 years ago

    ?

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    natetetete
    natetetete

    13 years ago

    I actually use to be a vinyl cutter This is quite humorous I can try to translate intro) The vinyl is cut, peeled, taped & trimmed. Clean the helmet surface 1)The backing is peeled note the graphic is upside down, peel the backing away 2) pretty easy, line it up 3)use a cloth to push out air bubbles starting from the center working outwards 4)cut slits to help reduce wrinkles 5)You may be able to pull it off and reposition or start over If you did not break the adhesive beads 6)peel the transfer tape off slowly Do not pull up rather at a downward angle 7)I have no idea They can try but no one will have a bad ass helmet like yours

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    kanekanegongon
    kanekanegongon

    Reply 13 years ago

    Comment thank you, you pay attention from next.

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    kanekanegongon
    kanekanegongon

    Reply 13 years ago

    Advice thank you, you pay attention

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    royalestel
    royalestel

    13 years ago

    What kind of print is the decal that you are applying?

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    kanekanegongon
    kanekanegongon

    Reply 13 years ago

    We asked to the professional trader, it is something of the vinyl film make. It transferred the illustrator manuscript of Mac, had cutting. Because several colors you use, it became expensive ones.

    Reference: Cutting seat manufacturer sight
    http://www.cs-nakagawa.com/index.html

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    gezortenplotz
    gezortenplotz

    13 years ago

    Hai! Domo arigato gozaimasu kanekanegongon-san. Zenryo na sashizu.

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    Run N Gun
    Run N Gun

    Reply 13 years ago

    Are you japanese?? You just said thankyou very much. I am japanese too!

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    kanekanegongon
    kanekanegongon

    Reply 13 years ago

    So, is, it is the Japanese, please to be possible

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    Run N Gun
    Run N Gun

    Reply 13 years ago

    Arigato gozaimashta.

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    kanekanegongon
    kanekanegongon

    Reply 13 years ago

    ie ie Do-itashimashite ! korekaramo yoroshiku Onegai-shi-ma-su.