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TSEC's Jordan JX92 Cabinets Under Construction.

Posted 23rd May 2011 at 06:26 PM by The Space Egg Corp

TSEC's Jordan JX92 Cabinets Under Construction.
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    Interesting damping inside - what is it?
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    Posted 4th June 2011 at 01:20 AM by Pano Pano is offline
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    Hi Pano

    The main sheet damping material is a product called 'self-adhesive roofing flash-band' sold by 'Evo-Stick' in the UK.
    It is basicaly plastic covered bitumen sheet material.

    The other material visible in the photos is 'Silicone Bathroom Sealant' from a standard gun tube.
    It's great glue for foam etc. and has an exellent damping effect.

    Further damping is being added at present in the form of Neoprene & Silicone foam strip & sheet material.

    The bitumen sheet & silicone caulking also adds considerable mass to the cabinets, which I think is good.

    Simon
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    Posted 9th June 2011 at 10:19 AM by The Space Egg Corp The Space Egg Corp is offline
 
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