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Old 18th Jun 2007, 02:44   #81
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What color you intend to paint the case?

See you fellow citzen,

Pedro Torres.

BTW-> Don't forget to rate my thread. I need help, some one has cheat on me and rate a low star. tnx.
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Old 18th Jun 2007, 05:25   #82
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The color would be Mother of Pearl...or thats what I call it :-)
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Old 19th Jun 2007, 17:17   #83
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The color would be Mother of Pearl...or thats what I call it :-)
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Initially this sticker will be placed in each acrylic but it appeared me an idea of using those stickers and another thing.

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Old 20th Jun 2007, 18:23   #84
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i'm shocked ! nice job, i'm only curious about type of cutting blades that U have used to cut side pannels (standart dremel rainforced blades ? ). I'm modding now Chieftec dragon case(1mm steel plates) and rainforced cutting blades are to weak for that
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Old 20th Jun 2007, 20:52   #85
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good seen, very excellent work. I like your dragons they look awesome, keep up
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Old 21st Jun 2007, 03:23   #86
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i'm shocked ! nice job, i'm only curious about type of cutting blades that U have used to cut side pannels (standart dremel rainforced blades ? ). I'm modding now Chieftec dragon case(1mm steel plates) and rainforced cutting blades are to weak for that
Thanks very much HeXeN,
Here the letters that I go to use in slot and that it has a reflect effect
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Old 21st Jun 2007, 03:28   #87
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i'm shocked ! nice job, i'm only curious about type of cutting blades that U have used to cut side pannels (standart dremel rainforced blades ? ). I'm modding now Chieftec dragon case(1mm steel plates) and rainforced cutting blades are to weak for that
Ive had the same problem. I just ordered a diamond cutting wheel dremel part #545 if i remember correctly. theyre expensive but apparently worth it.
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Old 21st Jun 2007, 03:38   #88
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i'm shocked ! nice job, i'm only curious about type of cutting blades that U have used to cut side pannels (standart dremel rainforced blades ? ). I'm modding now Chieftec dragon case(1mm steel plates) and rainforced cutting blades are to weak for that


Dude, go get the diamond cutting wheel: now!

ive had mine for like 3 months, use it daily(literally), and cut through metal as thick as 1/8". A must have! its like 10 bucks though....
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Old 22nd Jun 2007, 04:17   #89
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Ive had the same problem. I just ordered a diamond cutting wheel dremel part #545 if i remember correctly. theyre expensive but apparently worth it.
Thanks nissanskyrice HeXeN Teyber
I use cutting wheel dremel part #409 that is the minor cutting wheel
because it is better to make cuts minor and round
The cutting wheel biggest part #420 are best for straight cuts
the diamond cutting wheel part #545 they are best for straight cuts and mainly where the metal is harder
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Old 23rd Jun 2007, 23:01   #90
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Image of the finish of the cut dragon that it initiates today
I must continues the finish when to initiate the new cut next week in the project

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Old 27th Jun 2007, 18:45   #91
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I bought 33 of the stainless steel screws of 3mm and more 15 stainless steel screws of 5mm to be used in the Coolers
But the screw of 5mm was great then will have that to change for of 4mm




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Old 27th Jun 2007, 20:34   #92
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Old 27th Jun 2007, 21:04   #93
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wow that is great.
very good work.
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Old 28th Jun 2007, 00:30   #94
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Dude this is looking fantastic , unreal, you must have hands like a surgeon!
I hope the insides look as good as the outsides. Wicked mate keep up teh FANTASTIC work.
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Old 28th Jun 2007, 21:37   #95
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Dude this is looking fantastic , unreal, you must have hands like a surgeon!
I hope the insides look as good as the outsides. Wicked mate keep up teh FANTASTIC work.
Thanks Very Much MoRBiD for its letters of compliment
Here more card covers made by me
I will make plus come card covers and the best ones will be the chosen teams to be personalized with adhesives

this week I make a guide of the start to the end of as to make cards covers of acrylic



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Old 30th Jun 2007, 02:47   #96
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1 part

In the acrylic to do the drawing of the pci cover using the original pci for later cuts using a disk of big cut preferably.
In the acrylic to make the drawing of pci to cover using pci original stops later cuts using of preference a record of great cut






2 part

To do the finish using very fine sandpaper with it longs for in a flat surface.
To make the finishing using well fine sandpaper with agua in a smooth surface

To do light movements in horizontal and vertical directions ties to be with the flat borders.
To make light movements in horizontal and vertical directions ties to be with the smooth edges






3 part

After the finish in the pci of acrylic, to go for the part of the frame, or be clue in the form of a pci.
After the finishing in pci of acrylic, to go for the part of the frame, that is it leaves in the one form pci

For that it is necessary a flat surface to be perfect the mold, gloves for not burning the hands, protection for not damaging the acrylic, something for clue the acrylic fixed and a Thermal puffer to mold the acrylic.
For this a smooth surface is necessary to be perfect the mold, gloves not to burn the hands, protection not to damage the acrylic, something for leaves the acrylic fixture and a Thermal puffer to mold the acrylic



4 part

To do the demarcation in the acrylic to know the part that had modified.
To make the marking in the acrylic to know the part that modifies

Then with a protection over the acrylic and something that maintains the stopped acrylic comeÁŠ to use the Thermal puffer ties that the acrylic is very easy of it molds.
Later with a protection over the acrylic and something that the motionless acrylic keeps comeÁŠ to use the Thermal puffer ties that the acrylic is well easy of molds

Then it is only to do the mold well of light with the hand and care for not damaging the bent part of the acrylic.
Later it is alone to make of the well light mold with the hand and care not to damage the folded part of the acrylic






After the mold of the pci cover of acrylic done is takes advantage and to personalize with more some detail that can be a sticker or it does tie an engraving in the acrylic.
After the mold of pci cover of done acrylic it is uses to advantage and to personalize with plus some detail that can be an adhesive or exactly ties an engraving in the acrylic




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Old 17th Jul 2007, 22:05   #97
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The accessories that I will use to make a box where I will place the source in the part of low of the cabinet

Tomorrow I will to begin the structure of box

These parts are of aluminum with 1,5mm of thickness with 2,5cm of each side





Here the 60 screws allen that I will use in my project having been that 60 screws with 4mm of diameter and more 40 with 40mm of diameter

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Old 18th Jul 2007, 20:59   #98
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Old 19th Jul 2007, 17:14   #99
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Old 19th Jul 2007, 18:10   #100
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Dang! Really nice cuts there!
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