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Old 25th Jan 2005, 20:33   #61
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Its a work of art. Nice job. Is this gonna be hypercube 2 ?
The HyPercube is one of my preferred jobs. I'm trying to do my best in a project I belive.


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Old 25th Jan 2005, 20:35   #62
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Speaking of, when are we going to see your project again?

I'm coming!

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Old 25th Jan 2005, 20:40   #63
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OMG that is beautiful i need to make friends with someone with a CNC machine

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Such a friends is not a bad idea... I hope you'll also find him.


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man, that is just tooo crazy. nice CNC machine. is that yours or does it belong to a factor? great project and VERY nice work. i'm jealous
I'm so lucky having the way to use these machines by my factor.


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Old 25th Jan 2005, 20:43   #64
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any updates?
I'm thinking to you...

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Old 25th Jan 2005, 20:52   #65
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"Blessed are those who have access to a CNC machine, for they will inherit truly splendid mods!"

But of course just as power is nothing without control, access to CNC-ing equipment is nothing without creative vision. Good work!

BTW for those who are interested: Enak does take on CNC jobs for a very reasonable price...

"But of course just as power is nothing without control, access to CNC-ing equipment is nothing without creative vision."

This enunciation resume my way to see my favourite passion: the art of mod.

I really spend my congratulation about your opinion.


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Old 25th Jan 2005, 21:05   #66
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This is amazing. I love the potential feet. Id be interested to see how well that anti vibration HD mounting works too, original solution.
I decided to leave the feet idea as we have seen in previous pictures...

It's my wish to integrate the Dark Blade project with a particular water station, I'll locate under the case. In this way I'll obtain, at the same time, 2 distinct things working toghether for an ambitious job.


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Old 25th Jan 2005, 21:19   #67
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WoW you definitely are very skilled! And this is truly reflected by your work! I envy you
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Old 25th Jan 2005, 21:34   #68
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Some components for water cooling. All the costituentswill be integrated in a water station, post under the case. There will be 2 pumps and 2 radiators for 2 indipendent idraulic circuit.


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Old 25th Jan 2005, 21:51   #69
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Some pictures about the workships of the Dark Blade Water Station.
Base and top: detailes.


Zoom Two Alu flats - 5 mm, with 4 holes.


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We'are locking for the firs flat mounting on the machine, ready to be worked.


Zoom Controlling and misuring for the offset machine with a tracer point.


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Zoom After the first working phase, we'll rotate for the second one.


Zoom Last working phase.


Zoom Top and base are finished.

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Old 25th Jan 2005, 22:00   #70
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Workship of the 4 WS columns with manuale lathe.


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Zoom Drilling with a 8.5 mm.


Zoom Tapping MA10


Zoom The column polishing.

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Old 25th Jan 2005, 22:08   #71
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Some pictures about columns working on a CNC milling machine.


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Mill D 24 mm. multicutter used for external columns profile.


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Zoom Working phase: the columns will have a profile recalling the form of a sword handle.

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Old 25th Jan 2005, 22:23   #72
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hmm.. I can say one thing.. It sure will be heavy!
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Old 25th Jan 2005, 22:25   #73
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Following you'll see the last pictures about the finished columns. For the first time we try to put them together.


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Zoom I decided to create 2 comunicating water tanks. There will be located in the front part, viewable from outside. The water tank form still remain a surprise.


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The matter because I choise such a particular profile is now in evidence: the sword handle.

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Old 25th Jan 2005, 22:29   #74
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Old 25th Jan 2005, 23:57   #75
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Impressive machining - my hat goes off to you.. but you don't think it's maybe a little over-engineered? I mean with the thicknesses of the stock you mentioned, that's got to be bomb-proof / seriously heavy!
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Old 26th Jan 2005, 00:36   #76
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That's some leet industrial mod-skills!

Solid Case!!! (In both sense of the word )
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Old 26th Jan 2005, 02:29   #77
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Looking good. As for the weight, who cares
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Old 26th Jan 2005, 04:20   #78
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To repeat everything that everyone else has said, that is one really, really good looking case. I have been going at every picture you have posted.

Please, keep going!
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Old 26th Jan 2005, 04:43   #79
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My god thats awsome
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Im impressed

This is simply amazing, the construction and design is so...
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