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Old 2nd Dec 2006, 16:08   #21
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If i may ask, where on earth did you come about those plastic corner thingies, i've been looking for those for ages......., And yes i'll keep watching this one too.

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Old 2nd Dec 2006, 18:07   #22
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I found the piece, it was still in the box. Some tape must have held it in there when I turned over the box.




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Old 2nd Dec 2006, 18:16   #23
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Damn that's a lot of squarepipe... The design looks pretty damn strange! Still looking forward
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I like the whole kit type units. Any idea where they can be obtained from on this Island?
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Old 3rd Dec 2006, 00:32   #25
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Sweet! looking forward to seeing the stealthing of those connecting pieces (hint hint)
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Old 3rd Dec 2006, 01:21   #26
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nice frame man. i think you should paint everything black
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Old 3rd Dec 2006, 01:33   #27
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Aww, c'mon, tell us where you got the joiners from.
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Old 3rd Dec 2006, 04:10   #28
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Yes please do tell, I've been looking all over for some too, also where did you get the metal pipes?

Hard to see what it's gonna be like in the end right now, but it's certainly unique
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Glad to see you "back at it" Franklin..
Did you give us the dimensions of the frame? Look's BIG..!!

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Old 4th Dec 2006, 07:46   #30
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Looking forward to see another one of your projects take shape Franklin.
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Old 4th Dec 2006, 21:17   #31
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It is just a frame that will be covered with other materials and yes lots of squarepipe, about 13 meters.

I bought it in The Netherlands at Rainforest-frogs

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Glad to see you "back at it" Franklin..
Did you give us the dimensions of the frame? Look's BIG..!!
It not only looks big, it IS big! 460x620x650 mm (W,H,D)
It's smaller than on these photos now. I shortened some profiles after I took these photographs. I was not sure on some measurements at the time of building the frame, so I made it bigger to be at the safe side. But still it is BIG and I think an elephant can sit on it without breaking it. Of course the frame will hardly be visible in the endresult. Right now I feel like I'm 6 again, playing with the clay. Still waiting for the materials to start making the polyester parts.
Next month I will pause this mod for 4 weeks, back to Australia again, backpacking I just love that country.

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Old 5th Dec 2006, 02:05   #32
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I just love that country.
It gets boring once you've lived here for your whole life. :P
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Old 5th Dec 2006, 10:36   #33
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Old 6th Dec 2006, 11:14   #34
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Hi all,

great mod going on here.

I've just got one question and that is if anyone knows a shop in belgium ( close to the center) that sells that connector pieces. I've got a custom case planned too but I need those profiles and those connector pieces for that.
So does anyone know a shop where I can buy them?

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Old 10th Dec 2006, 19:30   #35
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I see you live in Belgium, so you could just order those pieces in the webshop from www.rainforest-frogs.nl

I'm still waiting for some glassfibre so I used my time to make some sketches.



The light grey is brushed aluminium ( left overs from the Lian Li mod ) The orange/brown is wood. The powerbutton will light up and the two bumps to the right are the power leds. The same shapes and materials will come back in the other devices like the M-PLAY 2002, the Aquaero and the DVD recorder.

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Old 10th Dec 2006, 19:51   #36
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Very interesting mod so far, love the frame and how easy it was to put together! Makes building your own case from scratch a lot less hassle, i want to try it now. Will be watching this, AlumaxX is one of my favourite looking casemods ever

The sketch is great too, if it looks as nice as that once built it will be sweet as..
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Old 11th Dec 2006, 00:23   #37
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Now this is off to a good start!
Looks real nice, and am interested how these profiles will turn out to work in the final result. Love your sketches!

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Old 11th Dec 2006, 01:16   #38
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when u say glassfibre do u mean fiberglass?
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Old 11th Dec 2006, 03:02   #39
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another place to obtain joiner and aluminum... stock... thing? http://www.aqua-computer-berlin.de/c...p?cPath=23_181
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Old 11th Dec 2006, 03:48   #40
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Very nice sketch, will the brushed aluminium be rounded on the ends, also? It'd look a bit out of place if it were a 90 degree cut as you have sketched it. :P
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