I can help with the UV resin but what about the material for the mould making?
Edited by jeronimog1313 - 8/17/13 at 5:26am
Just a quick post here for some much-needed advice/suggestions ....
I have a pair of Shure SE-530 in disassembled condition, as shown here (not my image, but looks same)
(They were taken apart in order to replace that infamous "dry-rotting" Shure cable [see H-F archives for more on this]). The body/shell was carefully split--as shown above -- to expose their innards. That was some time ago as this is not an easy project -- one issue is finding proper replacement cable -- so the these Shure's remain in pieces in Ziplocks awaiting some disposition or disposal.
I could salvage the the SE530 in some interesting/skill-building/fun DIY fashion some of you may suggest ... Please!
Soundwise, I never cared for the SE530 after I acquired Senn IE-8, ES SM3v2 and ER-4s, so them sitting in pieces is not a big deal ... unless there is some DIY use for them that ALSO improves the SQ over the SE530/535 series. Speaking of which, any chance these could be sold for parts? Suggestions for that are welcome, too.
Did you fix you problem?
hey guys I have not posted here for a long time, i have been gone from the audiophile zone, in order to save money :) I'm following the forum for the past two days, I saw all the parts that are needed on the first post but my question is
how do you get all the pieces to sit because an silicon ear piece will be whole and not cut in half
thanks a lot
will a scalpel be good to cut a whole (I want to also make custom sleeves
Lust is a pretty strong word, but in this case, i think it's appropriate. WIZARD FTW!
Thanks guys... I'm working on something else as well... I'll post pics of the build.... be prepared it will be a beast of a project. But I think I will be posting that in the "show us your build" thread. (DIY)
Great! PM me the link when it's done! I am really interested!
Well I am very excited about this one.... I'll be leaning on knowledge my grandfather taught my dad, and my dad subsequently taught my brother and I.
I guess it is my way of remembering my dad, and my youth. I'm aiming for the end of November for completion.
it looks really beautiful.
should have gotten a Wizard design when i had the chance last year.
will be awaiting for more of your new build =)
I've got a "Wizard Design" cooking right now.....