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Old 18th Feb 2005, 18:09   #161
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Very neat work (well duh). Excellent design on the swirl pots. I notice that they flow in opposite directions. Will there be 2 closed loops or do you plan to have them merged?
What I'm planning is the realization of two separate cooling systems, 1 for CPU, the other for GPU.

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Old 18th Feb 2005, 18:21   #162
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First workship fase of two caps in AISI for reservoires


Zoom Pre-workship of two caps.


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Zoom Tapping 1/2" Gas.
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Old 18th Feb 2005, 18:25   #163
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2nd workship fase of two caps in AISI for reservoires


Zoom The second flat face ready to be worked.


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Zoom The cap is over.

Some cap pictures.


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Old 18th Feb 2005, 18:32   #164
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Here I'd do a polishing test with abrasive paper (1200)


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bye bye;

see you soon to the next update (... column...brass...)

at time I just remembered to thank you all for interesting and for your indications.
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Old 18th Feb 2005, 18:39   #165
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I'm having a sudden urge to consider a career change. There has to be something incredibly satisfying about having metal submit to your will and imagination. I can imagine the pleasure in being able to do this yourself is well worth the cost. I'd probably spend more time looking at the case than using the computer though
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Old 18th Feb 2005, 20:12   #166
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Funny you should say that....I have been thinking the exact same thing.

Now where do I go and what courses do I do to enable me to make something like that???

Amazing work
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Old 18th Feb 2005, 20:21   #167
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Wow mate this is looking really cool... I wonder if there is any place in my neighberhood to do these kind of things.

I`m stunned.
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Old 18th Feb 2005, 21:36   #168
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haha.. half of the younger part of the forum will end up as metal workers after this
amazing work..
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Old 18th Feb 2005, 22:00   #169
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Holy moly! That is shiny.
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Old 19th Feb 2005, 04:16   #170
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haha.. half of the younger part of the forum will end up as metal workers after this
amazing work..
and the other half of us will be woodworkers
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Old 19th Feb 2005, 05:03   #171
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Nice project! And WOW, those pictures are totally amazing, which camera are you using to take these shots?
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Old 19th Feb 2005, 11:23   #172
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Nice project! And WOW, those pictures are totally amazing, which camera are you using to take these shots?
I use a Sony camera, model DSC-F717 (completely manual mode).

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Old 19th Feb 2005, 12:18   #173
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Bellissimo, incredibile, sono ridotto al silenzio.

I rarely make an appearance in this forum, but I have been absorbed by the sheer amount of work you have put into this. Well done!


Who says it's all done using big machines?

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^^ The proper way to use a dremel ^^



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Old 19th Feb 2005, 13:43   #175
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Damn! That's some reallty nice work!

Will you ever consider to make more of those and sell them? (and especially those reservoars)

Wish i had that cind of equipment...

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Old 19th Feb 2005, 16:54   #177
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kewl mod dude!!!
keep up the good work.
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Old 19th Feb 2005, 17:39   #178
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Waouh dude, that's an amazing work !
Really professional, I like your mod !
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That makes alienware look like it was made by n00bs!
who said it wasn't?
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Old 19th Feb 2005, 17:59   #180
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i don't think theres a single person able to come and look at this thread and not be stunned and flabbergasted. Even some of the most trully respected people on these forums take off there hat and solute to you, my step dad has been working in the ship building industry for 27years, he's one of the highest managers in his company and worked for companys such as swan hunters etc. he's the head welding inspector/fabricator 2 and even he is quite stunned at the sheer *lost for words*..... brilliance of this project. i wouldn't be supprised to see this in magazines and articles all over the internet once its finished to be quite honest.

my hat goes off to you, boy what a f**king case what a f**king case
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