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  1. Sean72791

    Sean72791 Oakley Enthusiast

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    First custom cut lens Tron PB - image.jpg First custom cut lens Tron PB - image.jpg It's my 100th message, AND my first custom cut. I cut some ice blue polarized lens for my trons. They are a jawbone donor. I free hand trimmed them with just sandpaper (no dremel).

    What do you think??
     
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  2. ExoSplat

    ExoSplat Oakley Beginner

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    Wow dude. Those are straight sick. Much props. Love those PB's tho..
     
  3. Carrera1963

    Carrera1963 Lover of Juliet Premium Member

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    I think you don't mess about if your first cut was for a Tron Pit Boss! How was it using sandpaper, I might have to give that a go?
     
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    Sean72791 Oakley Enthusiast

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    Sandpaper seemed to work perfectly. I had to use a straight blade to cut away masking tape build up. The whole process from start to finish took 15 minutes.
     
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  5. dragonvoi

    dragonvoi Dragonvoi knows xMetal. Premium Member

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    Good job!
     
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    Nortika Oakley Expert Premium Member

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    Awesome work!
     
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  7. OakleyFreak

    OakleyFreak RIP RoTors

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    Sweet
     
  8. OakleyGuru379

    OakleyGuru379 What is that thing?!

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    Wow, that is actually a good idea, would give more control than a dremel.
     
  9. OakleyGuru379

    OakleyGuru379 What is that thing?!

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    I guess the real question is, what grit did you use, and did it mess up the edges of the iridium?
     
  10. Sean72791

    Sean72791 Oakley Enthusiast

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    I used a medium grit and a fine grit. Then I used a microfiber bag to rub off the debris.