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Old 26th Feb 2012, 08:49   #121
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Damn I wish I had access to a workshop like that .... err well maybe not it'd be wasted on me , great skills mate
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Old 26th Feb 2012, 08:54   #122
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Ohhhh, that is nice

Can you be persuaded to send the drawings of the I/O Panel out to me? Or are they only for yourself? Mad props
Thanks myrizzle and i made 3 in total so i have 2 left maby you are interested in 1.

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Too good, looks like one pulled from another case it's so good.
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Awsome , wouldnt it be better with 9 pci-e expansionslots instead of 7 ???
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Isn't an ATX enough power?
Would you want a rig generating that much heat just over your crotch?
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nice work mate
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Real nice back-plate, any chance you will fill the corners and short side on pci area to have even flange all around.
Thanks craig and that depends on how it looks when all stuff is build in.Its mounted whit screws so i always have a chance to fill the corners.

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Old 26th Feb 2012, 08:55   #123
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Old 11th Mar 2012, 17:50   #124
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Update 7 - 11 March 2012

Last week i received a very nice package from Noiseblocker with the multiframe casefans for my desk.Noiseblocker sponsord me with a huge discount.



The package with the multiframe casefans.









Thank you very much Noiseblocker and specially Andreas.


This weekend i made the bracket for the column to mount my lcd panels.First i collected all the materials i needed and cutt,drilled and welded them.















All parts are finisht.



Now its time to putt them together and mount the bracket onto the column.









Now thats finisht i can mount the panels and this is how it looks.















I also made a short movie of the panels in action.I was suprised how smooth they move.The column makes no noise and it lifts the panels roch solid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0Xyn...d2AUAAAAAAAAAA

This was it for today and more to come.
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Old 11th Mar 2012, 19:46   #125
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Old 11th Mar 2012, 19:57   #126
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This weekend i made the bracket for the column to mount my lcd panels.First i collected all the materials i needed and cutt,drilled and welded them.
you make it sound so easy lol . looking good mate love them two screens
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Old 11th Mar 2012, 20:22   #127
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Very smooth, loved the vid. Does the column have a lower limit ? Those panels would look even better if they went low enough to hide behind the desk. The visual impact of them appearing from the back would be stunning. Love the engineering on your build
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Old 11th Mar 2012, 20:25   #128
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And HOW did i miss this!?!?!?!? Fantastic work mate! Have done a little tig welding, sell the machines so need to know what im selling... :-) Have also worked as field mechanic so there i used a lot of arc welding in steel but not much tig, that's is to bad because i wan't that knowledge now and need it to build alu stuff :P

At my work we just call those rivets (the threaded ones) pop-nut :-P that might be becuse in swedish the common name for a rivet is pop-nit (nit=rivet) and then pop-nut comes very handy even tho it's english :-P

do you still have some leftover pci bracket?
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Old 12th Mar 2012, 04:54   #129
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And HOW did i miss this!?!?!?!? Fantastic work mate! Have done a little tig welding, sell the machines so need to know what im selling... :-) Have also worked as field mechanic so there i used a lot of arc welding in steel but not much tig, that's is to bad because i wan't that knowledge now and need it to build alu stuff :P

At my work we just call those rivets (the threaded ones) pop-nut :-P that might be becuse in swedish the common name for a rivet is pop-nit (nit=rivet) and then pop-nut comes very handy even tho it's english :-P

do you still have some leftover pci bracket?
They call them pop-nut in Denmark too
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Old 12th Mar 2012, 05:11   #130
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I see you mounted a back plate cover, very clean.

Slick adjustable arms and the new column mounting looks so much nicer. Good work mate.
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Superfine work Paslis & that monitor setup is pure cheesecake & then the super smooth motion of the lift, man this really is a dream rig dude.

Really fitting name for the project. rep
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Old 12th Mar 2012, 14:44   #132
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Didnt see it that way but your right it needs a hug. Thanks Cheapskate.

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you make it sound so easy lol . looking good mate love them two screens
Thanks peteski and it was allot of work.

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Very smooth, loved the vid. Does the column have a lower limit ? Those panels would look even better if they went low enough to hide behind the desk. The visual impact of them appearing from the back would be stunning. Love the engineering on your build
Thanks Asouter and i can lower the bracket but the dimensions of the desk are to small to lett the panels hide.

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And HOW did i miss this!?!?!?!? Fantastic work mate! Have done a little tig welding, sell the machines so need to know what im selling... :-) Have also worked as field mechanic so there i used a lot of arc welding in steel but not much tig, that's is to bad because i wan't that knowledge now and need it to build alu stuff :P

At my work we just call those rivets (the threaded ones) pop-nut :-P that might be becuse in swedish the common name for a rivet is pop-nit (nit=rivet) and then pop-nut comes very handy even tho it's english :-P

do you still have some leftover pci bracket?
Thanks mate and good to hear you did some welding also.Thanks for the swedish lesson and i have 2 pci bracket leftovers.

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They call them pop-nut in Denmark too
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I see you mounted a back plate cover, very clean.

Slick adjustable arms and the new column mounting looks so much nicer. Good work mate.
Thanks craig and your right about the new column mounting it looks indeed better.

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Superfine work Paslis & that monitor setup is pure cheesecake & then the super smooth motion of the lift, man this really is a dream rig dude.

Really fitting name for the project. rep
Thanks Waynio.I am very happy with the end result and im still impressed with the motion of the lift.The panels didnt move at all.
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Old 12th Mar 2012, 15:02   #133
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Old 12th Mar 2012, 18:48   #134
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Amazing work as always there Paslis!!
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Very neatly done, very impressive
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Old 17th Mar 2012, 18:39   #136
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Update 8 17 March 2012.

Today i started with the foot for the desk.Im gonna use a frame with plastic feet and 2 mount plates for mounting the columns.On top of the frame there will be a cover.

First i cutt the pieces im using for the frame.



Then i drilled the holes for the M8 rivet nuts and put them in.



These are the plastic feet im gonna use.



Then i drilled the holes in the mounting plates for the columns.The holes are 12,5mm and thats the hole i need for a M10 stainless steel welding nut.





Welded the nuts.



All parts are finisht so now its time to put all the pieces together.









Then i mounted the plastic feet and the frame is finisht.













This was it for today and more to come.
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That is an awesome pile of progress, think my motivation is really high now to get back onto doing mine.
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Old 17th Mar 2012, 19:47   #138
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i did wounder what the hols were for and now i know great work +rep to you
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i did wounder what the hols were for and now i know great work +rep to you
he's workbench is a jig-table, usually used to reproduce stuff very exactly, but somtimes also used as a mountingtable for welder (as in this case) :P Downside is that they are VERY expensive... '-_-
I guess he also have a couple of extensions to "build" things in 3D?
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That is an awesome pile of progress, think my motivation is really high now to get back onto doing mine.
Yeah i know it was a good day. Go for it mate.

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Thanks peteski. kelmannen's explanation is right so i dont have to tell anything more.

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he's workbench is a jig-table, usually used to reproduce stuff very exactly, but somtimes also used as a mountingtable for welder (as in this case) :P Downside is that they are VERY expensive... '-_-
I guess he also have a couple of extensions to "build" things in 3D?
Your right kelmannen and i also have some extensions.
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