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Forum: Project Logs Yesterday, 20:13
Replies: 15
Views: 741
Posted By shinji2k
I remember a poll from like 2007 where the...

I remember a poll from like 2007 where the majority of users were 14-19. It definitely hasn't gotten any better since :p.

As always, there are some great entries this month!
Forum: Project Logs 27th Sep 2014, 03:11
Replies: 1,370
Views: 533,311
Posted By shinji2k
You were in Custom PC? Congrats!

You were in Custom PC? Congrats!
Forum: Modding 22nd Sep 2014, 15:05
Replies: 3
Views: 315
Posted By shinji2k
I don't think laptop friction hinges would hold a...

I don't think laptop friction hinges would hold a several pound monitor. Commercial arms usually use a gas strut to hold the main height adjustment arm in place. For tilt adjustment I'd look into...
Forum: Project Logs 21st Sep 2014, 16:49
Replies: 175
Views: 18,685
Posted By shinji2k
What are your plans for the spoilboard? MDF with...

What are your plans for the spoilboard? MDF with a grid of holes with threaded inserts?
Forum: Project Logs 20th Sep 2014, 23:11
Replies: 175
Views: 18,685
Posted By shinji2k
Is it a milling vise or a drill press vice? My...

Is it a milling vise or a drill press vice? My mill is useless to me without a vise and parallels. I don't have enough Z travel to bolts things straight to the table.

I do like the lathe. Looks...
Forum: Project Logs 20th Sep 2014, 19:00
Replies: 195
Views: 71,609
Posted By shinji2k
Man, that's heartbreaking. At least you are...

Man, that's heartbreaking. At least you are trying to stay positive :thumb:.
Forum: Project Logs 20th Sep 2014, 18:41
Replies: 175
Views: 18,685
Posted By shinji2k
Someone needs a nice mill vise :p Also, I'm...

Someone needs a nice mill vise :p

Also, I'm dying of jealousy.
Forum: Project Logs 20th Sep 2014, 18:38
Replies: 29
Views: 7,450
Posted By shinji2k
+1 for a little more frosting

+1 for a little more frosting
Forum: Project Logs 20th Sep 2014, 18:36
Replies: 195
Views: 71,609
Posted By shinji2k
Damn :eeek: I have to agree with Neg, as...

Damn :eeek:

I have to agree with Neg, as long as there isn't too much material missing it should be repairable. Of course it won't ever look the same but it would be functional.
Forum: Article Discussion 15th Sep 2014, 19:02
Replies: 12
Views: 478
Posted By shinji2k
Yeah it's odd to see the three Seasonic built...

Yeah it's odd to see the three Seasonic built units with 12V ripple that high. It's usually closer to 25mV max for the X-1250 Gold (Be Quiet) and X-1200 Plat (Cooler Master) designs. But yeah, the...
Forum: Project Logs 15th Sep 2014, 06:57
Replies: 29
Views: 7,450
Posted By shinji2k
I love seeing diy waterblocks, in fact I've been...

I love seeing diy waterblocks, in fact I've been experimenting myself :thumb:. I do feel bad for your drill press, it'll need some spindle bearings when you are done :p.

You may be better off...
Forum: Modding 13th Sep 2014, 14:26
Replies: 5
Views: 581
Posted By shinji2k
There are some concerns when replacing PSU fans. ...

There are some concerns when replacing PSU fans. PSU fans are usually selected because they have very low starting voltages, like 3V or so. Many fans will only spin up around 5-7V, but I couldn't...
Forum: Project Logs 11th Sep 2014, 01:33
Replies: 175
Views: 18,685
Posted By shinji2k
Looks like the 30 is twice as heavy, I see why...

Looks like the 30 is twice as heavy, I see why you didn't buy it. 125kg is heavy enough.

Can't wait to see what you make with it :thumb:
Forum: Project Logs 11th Sep 2014, 00:32
Replies: 175
Views: 18,685
Posted By shinji2k
Oooh a Weiss BF25, very nice :rock:. I almost...

Oooh a Weiss BF25, very nice :rock:. I almost bought the BF20 a while back but I had to settle for a Sieg X2 for budget reasons. Looks like you have yourself a nice benchtop mill to go with your...
Forum: Project Logs 9th Sep 2014, 17:55
Replies: 24
Scratch Build Project Addison
Views: 5,746
Posted By shinji2k
The v1.0 of this PSU had a ripple problem on the...

The v1.0 of this PSU had a ripple problem on the 5V rail. Silverstone's quick fix was to add a capacitor right at the connector for the v1.1 and on. I imagine space is limited inside the PSU and...
Forum: Project Logs 1st Sep 2014, 09:16
Replies: 118
Scratch Build Baby Moon *Complete*
Views: 39,370
Posted By shinji2k
Yeah someone at OCN pointed that out to me...

Yeah someone at OCN pointed that out to me earlier! I think the other two mods he picked are great, not sure I belong there in the same article :p.
Forum: Project Logs 1st Sep 2014, 07:49
Replies: 19
Views: 7,113
Posted By shinji2k
That window etching/engraving is amazing! I'd...

That window etching/engraving is amazing! I'd also love to get more details on the salt water etching you did with the knife. I know roughly how to do it but I'd like to see how you get such nice...
Forum: Project Logs 1st Sep 2014, 07:32
Replies: 36
Views: 7,008
Posted By shinji2k
Very cool, I like the weathering you've done with...

Very cool, I like the weathering you've done with the paint!
Forum: Project Logs 1st Sep 2014, 05:10
Replies: 118
Scratch Build Baby Moon *Complete*
Views: 39,370
Posted By shinji2k
I get your first post, awesome! I always...

I get your first post, awesome!

I always thought I was bad at art :hip:. I must have lucked out this time :D

I understand and that's a huge compliment in my mind. I don't deserve your kind...
Forum: Modding 1st Sep 2014, 02:44
Replies: 5
Views: 1,448
Posted By shinji2k
Cutting straight lines in glass is pretty...

Cutting straight lines in glass is pretty straightforward. I've trimmed down mirrors before with a glass cutter. Glass cutters are inexpensive and I'm sure there are guides out since you've never...
Forum: Modding 30th Aug 2014, 01:02
Replies: 6
Views: 1,432
Posted By shinji2k
For tapping holes in aluminum, the general rule...

For tapping holes in aluminum, the general rule is the material thickness should be at least twice the diameter of the hole for maximum strength. But that's for applications where strength is really...
Forum: Project Logs 29th Aug 2014, 05:46
Replies: 118
Scratch Build Baby Moon *Complete*
Views: 39,370
Posted By shinji2k
I think it took like four different photo shoots...

I think it took like four different photo shoots to get the lighting right. That's actually my basement :p. I'm really proud of some of those shots.

That means a lot to me, I love your work!
Forum: Project Logs 28th Aug 2014, 11:19
Replies: 130
Views: 71,424
Posted By shinji2k
I'm not an expert but I don't think it's wise to...

I'm not an expert but I don't think it's wise to have different blocks in parallel. I imagine the cpu/mobo combo (or even just the cpu) will be more restrictive than the gpu blocks with means you...
Forum: Project Logs 28th Aug 2014, 01:13
Replies: 195
Views: 71,609
Posted By shinji2k
Awesome :rock: I was hooked when I saw that...

Awesome :rock:

I was hooked when I saw that the frame was just one big sheet of acrylic with everything beautifully machined and with the loop integrated into it. It's a shame most of that is...
Forum: Project Logs 26th Aug 2014, 23:10
Replies: 35
Views: 10,348
Posted By shinji2k
Oh wow, I didn't expect that! There's not much...

Oh wow, I didn't expect that! There's not much left of the original case, it may have been easier to just start from scratch. :thumb:
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