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Old 26-06-2011, 05:56 PM   #1
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Carbon dash offer from Carbon Weezel

Hi Guys
As some of you already know, we make carbon fibre parts for boats. So far we've done quite a few dashboards and some other parts including Pete Unwins engine covers, that we are currently working on.
So far we have only made boats parts using 2x2 twill, but have previously made some car parts using other weaves, but have never seen these used in the marine world.
So what we are offering is a reduced price carbon fibre dashboard using one of the weaves featured in the pictures below, so that we can add it to our website and create the awareness that these finishes are available.
Its on a first come first served offer, as we'd only need one, because we're already pretty busy.


Similar to standard 2x2 twill, but with a larger stripe. As used on Veyrons and Zonda F.


A coarse 0/90 degree chequerboard carbon thats been used on the Citroen GT race cars.


A dramatic chequerboard carbon made by a Swedish company. As used on all the current F1 cars.

Our other marine work can be seen here..
http://www.carbonweezel.co.uk/marine.html

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Old 26-06-2011, 06:26 PM   #2
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I'd like my revenger dash done in the last one please! It's quite simple as it'll just be two flat pieces, one for where the wheel etc goes and one for where the gauges go. The bit behind will then be cut out and the gauges mounted to the cf plate. That's the idea but I'm open to suggestions.
The reason behind the choice of weave is that my floor is being done in black and white chequer vinyl, makes a change from flowcoat or carpet, and this will continue the theme.

I'm also about to look into building my engine hatch complete with blower scoop in... I wonder how good a price you could do for that in cf???
I'd love to have a variety of bits in cf, but I'd imagine the cost is prohibative.

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Old 26-06-2011, 09:19 PM   #3
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phantom bits ?

Hi have you any bits for a phantom ?
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Old 27-06-2011, 11:39 AM   #5
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I was about to make a carbon dash for my rib. I would be interested in any of the parterns, priced, its basically a flat top surface, with one curve, to the angled dash 1m ish wide, by 0.8m.

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