*OFFICIAL: AngelDust Thread* UPDATE: April 19, 2011


#1

April 19-
Forgot to update this:

Some CLYW:





Some Stardusts:


Just 'dusted the inner hub and response on these and brush the rims up a bit:


(Mr. Nathan) #2

HOLY SICK NINJA Batman thats…uhh well…SICK.


#3

SOOOOO PRETTY! but those are awesome. can you pm me a review of the popstar btw? it seems like a cool yoyo and you seem experienced.


#4

It’s actually not mine. I 'dusted it for someone else.

Thanks for the comments.


#5

dag nammit! (as I say this I swish my left fist with my left arm in an L shape through the air in a swooping motion that starts at my left side at the ribs and ends at my right shoulder.)


#6

Very nice sir!!!


#7

Updated with a P2


(PutridNebula) #8

#9

Did this Peak today. It had some orange around the nipples and in the response and bearing seat but no more! There are a couple different angles in the Picasa album.


#10

Word can’t describe how awesome these are. when you think about it though, I did just describe it by not describing it.

humm…


#11

I really appreciate the compliments. Makes it all worthwhile.


#12

killer. What happens if you do not strip before blasting?


#13

You get a subpar job.


#14

I can get the ano off w/ blasting but I just have to hold the gun on it for a longer amount of time which isn’t necessarily what I want to do b/c it may cause vibe or it might be too rough of a blast.


#15

cool, thats what I thought. I will be making a small run of metal yoyos and I will be doing sodablasting byself, due to low funds. :slight_smile:

Thanks1


#16

cool, thats what I thought. I will be making a small run of metal yoyos and I will be doing sodablasting byself, due to low funds. :slight_smile:

Thanks!


#17

Update Jan. 18 2011: Wooly Marmot (This was the Wooly that I stripped and polished. It is now sold.)



#18

with this yoyo how do you strip it without removing the ridges.


#19

I am guessing the anodize came off when he blasted.

Please do correct me if I am wrong. :wink:


#20

The ridges are aluminum and wont be removed with blasting or stripping.