|Originally posted by racingfortheson:|
Guess this is never going to happen
Wow, what a useful & well thought out post..... and such an optimistic outlook! Kudos to you!
|Originally posted by fierogtlt1:|
I believe this is still in the cards for John to do...But I think he is trying to concentrate all his time with MAACO fixing the royal screw up that they did to his Fiero at the moment.
Yea, that has been a priority lately..... what a mess, but that discussion is in another thread
At the moment, I have all of the Fiero gauges rendered into my dye cutting machine's format. I also have sourced back-lit panels for all of the stock gauges. I have been working on different materials, and trying to find a way to print / dye / transfer the images onto a thicker, more permanent material.
I have the reverse gauges pretty much sorted out. Such as white or yellow gauges with black or dark lettering. The light is Ok to bleed through the background on these, as you want to see the color back lit. It is the dark faced gauges that I am having a problem with light bleeding through the background. Typically on a black gauge, you want the light just to illuminate the lettering, tick marks and such.
This project is not dead yet, but just being worked on in my spare time, and testing different ways to do it.
[This message has been edited by JohnWPB (edited 08-11-2014).]