- May 28, 2015
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I personally would like to do this if it can be applied nicely and won't affect operation. Has anyone tried this if so do you have pics? What would be the best product or method to do this?
Sounds like it's more headache than it's worth. I know there are other drones that are black like the Aries so I don't know about the whole heating up theory. However, it's not going to be worth trying
Thanks, i used Rust-oleum universal flat black paint. 3 heavy coats over 7 to 8 days letting the paint bake in and cure for around 10 days before reassembly.....that wasn't really necessary cause in time i realized that paint was on there to stay it bonded great......pre-wash your plastic with soap and water and wear gloves(while washing and for all other contact) to avoid skin oil getting on plastic.....that paint did great will be using it again without question.Wow, those pics are sick! It looks so much better in black!
Lou, how the hell did you do that?
The gloss may actually lower it's viability being that it may be more reflective....that aside i think it would look good...if you do post picsI was thinking of going with high gloss galvanizing paint. We use it at work, I think it would put out an awesome shine and reflect sunlight while looking military-ish, thoughts?
Are you talking to me? Or talking about a die dip?How many companies do a A+ job dipping it in multiple colors? I saw on here one company does a dip in digital camo for like 250 but it's a long turnaround. I'm talking like a week turnaround with perfect, meticulous disassembly and assembly returning a like new product?
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