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  1. Alright, so, how do i know that the seller i pick i selling the legit e6000? Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  2. Im looking in amazon.co.uk, but it is known that sometimes people get counterfeit products there as well, so, that's why i ask Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  3. How can i know if a e6000 is a counterfeit or not? Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  4. I does appear in their website http://eclecticproducts.com/e6000-plus.html Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  5. Thank Paul, thanks explain it very well. You know? Im using a e6000 plus but... I dont know if is me or what, I'm having trouble gluing the pieces, after more than 24 hours drying the force the force that the poeces apply is enough to separete some parts of the glued edge, may be that e6000 version is not that great, what do you know about it? here a picture Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  6. Ahhhhh... Alright, i get it! Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  7. I did, i got the straps and several rivets, screws and "hooks", spares (very appreciated) but the buttons that goes in the straps like the one I'm pointing with my finger, there is just those already joined to the strap, those are the only ones. Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  8. Well i have to buy some buttons to attach to the elastic straps, and because of the virus everything is closed, so, when things get back to normal i will be able to buy them. And yes@troopermaster , with the pieces hold together with tape there's no way to really tell if it does look 100% right, what you all saw is just a "sneak peak" of what potentially can be, but today i will start to glue things with E6000 Stay tuned folks! Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  9. the pieces of the torso fit me well, my major concern is the pieces of the limbs, i dont want them to look too thick or too slim in relationship with the torso pieces, if you say that they look good, the whole armor, well proportionated, i will believe it Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  10. Hello@Hausi ! thanks for your reply it always help to have some insight from mor experienced builders. Is hard to place the pieces correctly without any helper that know a bit how is supposed to look the armor, also, blue painter's tape is not the best way. I think the shoulder bell look like thay because is loose there is nothing that holds it in place, but i will try the armor again after i put the straps and will see if more trimming is needed, as you suggested I can definitely lower the thighs, pull up the ab plate is gonna be hard since the lower part is right there in my groin, the but plate is, also, right there in my.. you know, Is the kindey plate too close to the butt plate?, I thought it was supposed to be like that, in fact i think is to separated from the back plate, isn't? Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  11. Hi guys, everything is being hold by blue painter's tape So, What do you think?, Does is look good? I'm aiming to level 3,so.. is quite important that all the pieces look right now before gluing and even more after gluing everything. Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  12. I notice that the strip dies not cover the whole width of the flat area, i can do it Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  13. Jmm i did the sizing in the edges the top with the flat raised ridge is easy, now, the one on the other side is the tricky one (the one in the pic) i thought that flat space was supposed to be there but i had my suspicious that maybe i was wrong, and i was! My measures right now for the forearm Forearm outer: Top 180mm - bottom 140mm Forearm inner: Top 175mm - bottom 140mm No wonder why it looks too thick This below is the same pic with a 15mm cover strip as a reference for size, in the place where i was planning to glue it, i guess now plans have changed, so, i just have to remove the flat area and proceed gluing the cover strip Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  14. Many thanks@troopermaster Those will certainly help. By the way, do you cut this little flat section of the inner forearm? Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
  15. Im working on the thighs right now, And yes, I'm having trouble sizing on the back, and i think the same is gonna be with the shins Sent from my GM1900 using Tapatalk
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