are you epoxying the female portion onto the inner portion of the helm?I use a variation on Spideyfetts method, but I use chicago or boston screws with plastic, kitchen faucet washers.
Is it like a polarized lenz or something?Well, I am having troubles with this. I bought my T-VIsor from en eBay seller that carries tons of these, and now that I have it I realize that the vertical portion of the 'T' is exactly as wide as the opening on the mask. This leaves no room for attaching it properly. I can't even hot-glue it in there, let alone bolt it.
Since my helmet is a scratch-built pepakura, I used a tinted face shield that I cut to fit with a Dremmel tool. Here's a link to the specific one I bought. For the cast helmets, it seems everyone goes to t-visor.com.Greetings Fellow Mercs!
I am wondering what everyone uses for their visors? I used a piece of transparency and then just put window tint over it, but it is very hard to see out of. Where would one get better quality plastic and different colors?
le1120, little late but I just got done dremeling my visor. It does leave a rough edge so I wouldn't recommend it for any part that will show. Did you cut it at this point? I know it's been a bit lolHey all, I just got a visor from T-visor.com, does anyone have advise as to how to cleanly trim it, as it is slightly too long for my helmet? The part I want to trim is the long middle part of the 'T' and since that is the most visible of the visor's edges it's important to leave a smooth cut. I thought of using a dremel, but that would likely leave a rough edge...