[color ][/color]Hi I'm doing projec [color ][/color]Hi I'm doing projec majeeth (Mechanical) (OP) 4 Jul 17 14:31 Hi I'm doing project in Ford Chennai ,how to reduce the gap and flush in hood RE: [color ][/color]Hi I'm doing projec 3DDave (Aerospace) 5 Jul 17 04:01 Use bondo. RE: [color ][/color]Hi I'm doing projec Screwman1 (Mechanical) 5 Jul 17 13:12 Make them smaller and that should reduce them...... You need to give much more information for us to be able to give any answer to your question. RE: [color ][/color]Hi I'm doing projec Tmoose (Mechanical) 5 Jul 17 16:36 Although it is not glamorous, core to the success of every project is investing time to answer key questions before you start. Your answers will provide the purity of purpose and message that will drive where the design of the solution should go. Think of this stage as an opportunity to clarify the plan for your project; to narrow the focus and direction to make it as effective as possible. When beseeching technical help getting answers to questions, the more information you provide up front, increases the probability your question will generate answers that meet your expectations, without the first responses being requests for information that really should have been supplied in the first post. Define a need; express as a goal. Understand requirements. Establish design criteria and constraints. Please Communicate the above to Eng-tips in the very first post using pictures, drawings, and explanations in a best effort sufficient to let the question stand alone, without requiring a series of counter-posted questions from members to just to get started.