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  1. If you're not familiar with TGW they used to make a line of motorized sushi about 20 or so. These sushi pieces have long been out of production so I decided to make my own, My famous last words. So where do I start, Pick out your favorite sushi roll mine is Salmon Roe. Everyone knows those delicious plates in restaurant windows aren't real that they're fake right well they are lol. There is an entire industry based around fake food so I went to Etsy and ordered a fake Salmon Roe roll. I ordered one and 3 weeks later it was in my hands lucky for me it was life-sized. Getting the chassis was easy thanks to RG-ROKKO who had a TGW chassis to me in less than 4 days. Next was figuring out how to fit the chassis into the fake salmon roe roll. I have an assortment of drills like a Dremel and a Makita to drill holes into as well as Xacto knives and box cutters all were needed. Why did I need all of those tools well the fake salmon roe was HARD I had to cut an opening in the salmon roe to fit the chassis into. I didn't realize how much effort would be needed to cut a hole in plastic but I was successful. I need to make a shell for the chassis so the salmon roe is not touching the wheels as TGW has one for their chassis. Salmon Roe Test Run To be continued.
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