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Posted 30 September 2007 - 01:55 PM
I would use a good quality painter's tape. Don'r forget if you tape over a small groove to press it in with your fingernail to make good contact and seal
A larger desktop drive is not practical for what I need to do. Basically, I don't have enough room on my thumb drives anymore to carry around my school files. And an AC cord would just add to the confusion. I MUST get a small drive for school, they wouldn't let me plug in AC things anyway. Thanks for suggesting it though.
Yes, I was planning on using a Testors metallic black with a Testors airbrush, so no problems there. Question: will the Testors paint bleed underneath the duct tape or not?
Posted 30 September 2007 - 02:09 PM
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Posted 01 October 2007 - 03:52 PM
That's why I took the cavalry off the list, you were all giving me subliminal messaging that said, "get something you like!!". It's fine, just come out and tell me stuff like that. However, the Cavalry does not have the advantage of being a well-reputed drive nor does it have shock-mounting or good software. So it's off the list.
I was wondering why not just get a drive you do like the appearance of... ?
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