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  • Flocking

    Just updated my webpage ( www. Gijoe.50 Megs. Com) with a do-it-yourself flocking device. On my website, I provided all the details with pics. This was the prototype for the Flockmaster 2000, and chronicles the trials and tribulations of development of the admittedly cool device. I made this page 5YEARS ago, and it took me this long to post it! How time flies! Anyway, enjoy!
    AT Commander
    Last edited by ATC; 07-20-2018, 01:37 AM.
  • #2

    I can vouch for the Flockmaster 2000. Dave has a great imagination and helped me tremendously when I was building my flocking machine.
    - Scott
    PH and Proud
    Bulletmann - Hyatta
    See photos of my collection on my Pinterest Page https://www.pinterest.com/scottbeckmann/gi-joe/


    • #3

      Looking back over that adventure, it was a fun project, Scott! I think yours ended up more heavy duty than our proof-of-concept, and i'm sure it's focked tons more noggins, too!


      • #4

        I found a Youtube video on flocking where a guy uses a soda bottle filled with flock and shakes it up to give it a static charge. Then pours it over the glued areas on the noggin to flock them. I couldn't get your page to load, ATC. I'd like to check that out too as it seems to do a far superior job.


        • #5

          I couldn't get the page to work either. Looking forward to seeing what you have made. The problem I have found with the static flock is it doesn't have a negative ION Generator. You do get to reflock a head bringing it back and on rainy days works great. For me it's all gotta stand on end to have that cool Hasbro Factory look! I have to build the one on Flock Concepts page. Scroll at bottom for videos. http://flockconcepts.proboards.com/t...ck-repair-kits Hoping to get this made over next few months.


          • #6

            That's weird. The page loads fine for me. Try the direct link:


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