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Old February 6th, 2017, 10:06   #51
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Looks absolutely awesome as always Rob!
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Old February 7th, 2017, 20:28   #52
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This is the 8mm thick plexiglass between the doorpanel and the speakers.
you can also see I mounted an orange led strip on the inside. This one is also 8mm thick



Here the result with the lighting on.





Here’s the plexi on the door.



All you see is that 8mm



The speakerpanel and the plexi will be mounted with 7 screws, and that will hold it just fine.



Then, the speakers will be screwed on.



After that the coverplate will be on it, so it all looks smooth.





The coverpanel will be covered with carbon fibre. I’ll see this will be tightened strongly as well.



Here you can see everything with the lighting on.












The lighting is too bright as it is know. But once everything is mounted and ready, I’m going to adjust the brightness so it’ll look close like the interior lighting of the car.
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Old February 9th, 2017, 20:48   #54
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awsome work from you i am following your work all time and i like it a lot keep up your great work looks soo wonderful... best wishes your way....



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I’ve got the bimmer for a long time know, and everytime I think that those idiots never made an cube inlay in the door, unlike the 4 door sedan .
Now I have the chance to make it myself. But to make something nice, I always have to modife several things first… Aaarg, why me!?
I made the doorpanel 10mm’s thicker where I’m putting the frame. If I didn’t do this, I couldn’t make a nice rounding.




Once I had this, I could make the frames.
3 things I definately had to have: you can demount them, they must be in a matt gray like the original moldings AND the bottom must come in orange lighting.
The first 2 are “simple”, but the lighting, that’s something else
The frames are made out of 3mm thick plexiglass, and the MDF layer is 4mm thick. Once these are prepared, I’m putting a layer of fiberglass over it.

Here you can see the model of MDF wood. The meaning is to mill in a sloth of 8 by 3mm. I’m putting a LED strip in there to give light.
you can see here I used a little rail to put against my uppermill so I’m getting a nice rounding.



This is the slot milled.





The same thing with plexi. I needed to do this so the sides of the plexi are nicely lightened. In my case this will be the bottom only.





Once these are finished, I’ll tape the led strip in, and the plexi will be glued against the MDF.



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On the front, I’ve mounted some M4 tubes.




On everything will be a couple of layers of polyester so the front will be nicely tight.






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This will be in the centre of the door.

Underneath you can see the molding I sprayed in primer.
You can see it has the same curving of the door. In the middle (black) is a little hatch that opens when the airbag pops (hopefully never).
In the back you can see the original part I heavily modified.
You don’t want to know how many hours of work I’ve put into these 3 things…and it’s far from finished.



Here’s the hatch in the middle piece. As you can see, it fits perfectly. I glued it in with hot glue.



The meaning is I’m covering it all with carbon fibre, but then I have a big problem.
I’m planning of covering it up in one piece, and then cut out the airbag panel with a stanley cutter knife.
I want to make sure the carbon fibre lines will add up perfectly, and I’m thinking that’s the only way to do it.
When anyone has ideas of doing it otherwise, please tell me.

I also don’t want anymore tollerance between the two parts than the thickness of a cutter knife. Still not sure it’s going to work though… But I know know, it’ll be the hardest part to do in the whole “doorpanel story"


What you can see here is that I made the molding run in the same way as the airbagpanel. So I have a reference where to begin my cutting.



I made sure the bottom line is right under the handle (2mm). So you won’t see that if anyone goes wrong



I’m also very pleased with the orange lighting. I just need to adjust the brightness. The meaning is no light will come out on top, which it does now. I’m going to paint the topside of the plexiglass black, so no light will come through.





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You put us all to shame my friend. Top notch work as always.
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You man are mental insane..... in a good way but still
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