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How could I fix this laptop's dent?

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image.thumb.jpg.f931030b16e7bb5c67bca3d76d27d309.jpgA while back, I dropped a Razer Blade Stealth on Tile, and I really want to somehow fill in the dent so I can put a skin on it. How would I go about doing this?

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Ah I think I remember this lol. Only way afaik would be to take it apart and hit it back out, metal wont look amazing but if covering with skin in doesnt matter

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Just now, Abyss Gaming said:

Ah I think I remember this lol. Only way afaik would be to take it apart and hit it back out, metal wont look amazing but if covering with skin in doesnt matter

I think someone recommended paper mache in the dent and skinning over it.

Main Laptop: Google Pixelbook 

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Monitor: AW3418DW Ultrawide

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Just now, CUDA_Cores said:

Does the laptop still work?

 

If yes, who gives a shit.

 

It's an aesthetic thing, the laptop isn't broken.

ik its just an aesthetic thing, but it bugs me

Main Laptop: Google Pixelbook 

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Monitor: AW3418DW Ultrawide

120hz / 3440x1440 / RGB / Amazonbasics Dual Monitor Arm

 

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6 minutes ago, TrevMCC38 said:

I think someone recommended paper mache in the dent and skinning over it.

 That could work too. Maybe clay.

Mark 16: 15

“And He said to them, ‘Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.'”

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCownI-zKOn2iXg9M5u2aApw

 

My Rig:

CPU: R7 1700

MOBO: Asrock ab350 Pro4

RAM: 8gb (2x4) Corsair 2666 ddr4

STORAGE: 1tb Toshiba HDD; 120 GB Toshiba SSD

GPU: GTX 1080 modded to be hybrid

PSU: CX750M

PERIPHERALS: Logitech G910; G502; Beyerdynamic DT 770; ModMic; Samsung 49in Ultrawide

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iPad Pro 11 inch w/ Pencil

iPhone 11

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16 minutes ago, CUDA_Cores said:

Does the laptop still work?

 

If yes, who gives a shit.

 

It's an aesthetic thing, the laptop isn't broken.

yeah, my laptop is falling apart, but as long as it works just keep rocking and rolling

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Your best bet would be to sand the area down, buy some body filler from your local auto parts store, sand and shape the filler, and wrap it in a skin. Paint would work too, but may not come out as well if you don’t prep it properly. 

 

Im an auto-body technician and that’s how I would do it.

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23 hours ago, CUDA_Cores said:

Does the laptop still work?

 

If yes, who gives a shit.

 

It's an aesthetic thing, the laptop isn't broken.

A pc works without any cable management whatsoever

Wii-U Wii-U Wii-U Wii-U Wii-U Wii-U Wii-U *insert firetruck picture* :) 

 

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