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Old 02-10-2017, 05:47 PM   #1
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Default Question about the underside of panels and the clip-a-ma-jiggers

Ok so what is the preferred method to recreate small clips such as the ones in this picture?
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Probably would be best to make a locating jig first with the original part in either the mould or another mould used just for bonding your tabs/ clips. Then you could either make mould of the clips themselves and use your locator jig to place and adhere them to the back... or you could just bend metal tabs and adhere them as well... although thats not as repeatable if your bending them yourself.
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