what to use insted of t-visor??

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    what to use insted of t-visor??

    hi
    im making my first mando helmet and i would like to know what could i use for visor

    i know theres t-visors but i wont have it on time for halloween

    1.would motorcyle visors fit ??
    2.What else could i use?


    thx

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    MrUptown's Avatar
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    Re: what to use insted of t-visor??

    I went to a local machine/welding store and bought a replacment lense for a welding mask. It only cost me $8.00. I then used the Visor portion from my WOF template to cut the right shape it worked out great.

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    Re: what to use insted of t-visor??

    Face shield/welding mask or motorcycle visor are both fine. Your just going to have to cut them to shape.

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    Re: what to use insted of t-visor??

    Getting a welding mask will be your best bet, they cut and bend so much easier. Find a local welding company and buy a shade 5 dark green. Its what most people use anyways for ESB buckets. Just bought one from my local shop for $14

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    Re: what to use insted of t-visor??

    thanks !

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