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Discussion in 'Do-It-Yourself Projects' started by Oldeck, Dec 20, 2017.

  1. Oldeck

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    Does anyone have the Bennington logo and text in a dxf or jpg file? I am trying to 3D print a few things for my pontoon and want to incorporate the log and/or name into the design.
     
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    Does this help?
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  3. Oldeck

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    Thanks, I am a little rusty on CAD, but I will try it.
     
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    I sent you a private message.
     
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    Thanks, I made a bimini rail cover. I have to go through a tight bridge to get to the main lake and don't want to scratch the bimini rails. I printed this using ABS plastic, it looks great and should work great. Thanks for the logos.
     

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    That is awesome!
     
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    That is very sharp!
     
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    Bimini rail cover? When it's opened or closed???
     
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    I have to put the bimini all the way down to get under a very low bridge/tunnel, with not much room on either side. The rails in the fully down position can still hit the sides of the tunnel if you are not careful. This is why I made these. It's definitely a special case just for me. With over a foot of ice on the lake, it will be a long time before I can test these out :( I will post a picture in the Spring.
     
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    The Red arrow points to where the rail cover will go. pontoon.jpg IMG_20150821_095948683.jpg The second picture is the tunnel I have to go through to get to the lake.....
     
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    Tight squeeze for sure! A+ on creating a solution to the problem.
     
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    I understand now.......Thanks.

    Lake Gaston on the Virginia/NC line had a bunch of tunnels like that in order to get to some parts of the lake. We had a bowrider at the time and we were a nervous wreck!
     
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    I am 6' and can stand up going through, if you are 6'2", you would bump your head:)
     
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    Just better hope the wind is not blowing too hard. Yikes!
     
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    I'm 6'5" so I'd be getting more than a bump....more like scalped!
     
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    Those are sharp. You might need to make a rail cover cover :)
     

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