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Old 30th Nov 2004, 22:48   #1
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Dark Blade by G69T

Greetings by G69T.

Following I'll describe you, what I'm thinking to do: my way of modding.
Starting from my first project (born in 2003), I'll arrived to this new modding: The Dark Blade

My original case mod: The very first one.


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CNC milling machine.



CNC automatic lathe.




The columns of the Dark Blade are very particular; they have a cuttering profile, like the top and the bottom.
There also will be a water cooling system.

At the bottom there will be a led system, lightening the entire case.

That's an image of the original plan.



The image of the Dark Blade new base.



This picture shows the difference beetween the columns profile.



The column polishing with a traditional lathe.
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Three are the columns: row (Alu D 50 mm.) - Original (G69T Classic) - Dark Blade


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The 8 columns, the base profile, Central support and the top.

That's an assembled test - even not polished - to have an idea of the outcome.


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see you soon... - work in progress.

Bye Bye
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Old 30th Nov 2004, 23:00   #2
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I have one thing to say:
WOW!!
That is an amazing project you have going there, you are so lucky to have access to such nice machinery too!
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Old 30th Nov 2004, 23:03   #3
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that looks great!! man i wish i had access to that kind of equipment. you sure know how to use it good job
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Old 30th Nov 2004, 23:10   #4
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Something to explain working phases about the HD support: the no vibration system.

The Alu bar D 50 mm.


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2 particulars cutting by a band saw.


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Some images of the working phases with a parallel lathe.


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At least the parts of the adjustable HD. A look to the O-ring to reduce the vibrations.


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This modify to permite a good placing of the cables.

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The rack is modified and assembled.


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A low quality even interesting short.

WORKING SHORT( 15 MB )

See You soon... - work in progress.

bye bye
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Old 30th Nov 2004, 23:38   #5
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Wow, I have to say your work is fantastic. Keep up the good work!
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 00:12   #6
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Since you have that fantastic CNC machine, I expect to see a great case. Looking forward to it.
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 00:34   #7
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that is dead sexy!
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 00:55   #8
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the only word for this kind of work is : congratulations !!!!!
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 01:01   #9
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could you take a picture with something in it to compare with? its kinda hard to grab the size of it..

But freakin awsome design!
man.. I wish I had the machinery you do!
(mmm.. powertools.. )
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 01:33   #10
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Wow, awesome work . Pretty incredible design and use of CNC machine. Can't wait to see more pictures
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 02:03   #11
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AWESOME. Wish i had a CNC machine!
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 02:08   #12
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one day you are going to come home stumbling drunk and kill yourself on those corners. or you could insulate the hell out of it, put it on a dremel and make one awesome killing machine.
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 02:19   #13
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I think it's unfair, he has all this cool equipment to make his case and we have a dremel... J/k looks good keep it up.
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 03:06   #14
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Originally Posted by TekMonkey
Since you have that fantastic CNC machine, I expect to see a great case. Looking forward to it.
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 06:03   #15
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I'm probably going to be a repeat here, but got to give credit where credit is due. This is an insane mod. So precise, so ingenious, so original.... I love it. I can't wait for the next update.
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 06:04   #16
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Well done this looks amazing
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 08:03   #17
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My compliments on your skills. I really like what you're doing here, and I am sure it will turn out as one of the masterful projects on this website.
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 10:19   #18
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Dude I loved your orginal case (saw it awhile back if memory serves me right). I always wanted to copy it and built some servers with it (stacking them of course ).

I'll have to watch how this one comes out.
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 11:07   #19
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Wowzers! That is really cool!
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Old 1st Dec 2004, 11:56   #20
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I think G-nome and Zap Wizard have some competition!
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