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Old 15th Apr 2007, 15:28   #1961
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You finished this great mod the way you started it, with absolute skill. Congratulations Gianluca for finishing this work of art.

I bet you will take a break from modding for a while, but just to be nosy, any new mods planned?

Once again, great job.

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Old 15th Apr 2007, 15:50   #1962
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This is the BEST of all Casemods I have ever seen.
Man u are a genius
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Old 15th Apr 2007, 15:56   #1963
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Old 15th Apr 2007, 16:41   #1964
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Absolutely stunning, excellent work man.
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Old 15th Apr 2007, 16:54   #1965
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Awesome.

That is said so often I feel I have to make sure you know I mean it.

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I had forgotten the Dark Blade emblem hidden back in the middle of the water cooler.

The way the light creates rays in the base is very cool.
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Old 15th Apr 2007, 17:23   #1966
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Gianluca, your creativity and craftsmanship are a true inspiration.

Congratulations on a beautiful project...

Don't be surprised if museums ask to show Dark Blade.
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Old 15th Apr 2007, 20:28   #1967
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Old 15th Apr 2007, 21:25   #1968
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My compliments for this master peace G69T. It looks fabulous very great job. What more can I say. Speechless for the rest. And missing the updates in the future.
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christ!

the stand really gives it a perfect finish, looks absolutely complete. made me think of all the sci-fi movies with uber advanced tech So, where it will go btw? next to your bed as the main rig or have you got some bigger plans?
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Old 15th Apr 2007, 21:47   #1970
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I'll just quote myself from about 3 years ago... when I said this about the project.

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Wow, awesome work . Pretty incredible design and use of CNC machine.
Amazing work really.
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Old 16th Apr 2007, 02:28   #1971
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FIBRE+ - it's over 9000!!!!!!!!1!1!1!!!FIBRE+ - it's over 9000!!!!!!!!1!1!1!!!FIBRE+ - it's over 9000!!!!!!!!1!1!1!!!FIBRE+ - it's over 9000!!!!!!!!1!1!1!!!FIBRE+ - it's over 9000!!!!!!!!1!1!1!!!FIBRE+ - it's over 9000!!!!!!!!1!1!1!!!FIBRE+ - it's over 9000!!!!!!!!1!1!1!!!FIBRE+ - it's over 9000!!!!!!!!1!1!1!!!FIBRE+ - it's over 9000!!!!!!!!1!1!1!!!FIBRE+ - it's over 9000!!!!!!!!1!1!1!!!FIBRE+ - it's over 9000!!!!!!!!1!1!1!!!
Wow!. That says it all really

Congratulations on finishing your project, hope your more than happy with the result
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wow. just freaking wow, dude. how much does it all weigh?
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Old 16th Apr 2007, 03:23   #1973
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It is today that we can proudly say the ending of the dark blade project.

What wonderful and beautiful craftsmanship has been put into this amazing project.

For about 3 years and a little bit we have all watched the constriction of this project take place. With over 1 million views and real soon 2 million views and just about 2 thousands posts of shear amazement.

I mark this post with the 100th page of posts

final questions? What are the dimensions; length, width, height, and weight?

Congratulations Dark Blade and SPLENDID JOB WITH YOUR BREATH TAKING PROJECT
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Old 16th Apr 2007, 05:27   #1974
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Bravo Gianluca!

Congratulations on a project extremely well executed.
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Old 16th Apr 2007, 06:17   #1975
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Wow ! congrats on a masterpiece,it looks absolutely amazing.
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Old 16th Apr 2007, 19:26   #1976
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wow simply amazing

if you mass produced them you would make a fortune
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Old 16th Apr 2007, 20:17   #1977
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wow simply amazing

if you mass produced them you would make a fortune
But then they wouldn't be incredibly unique...

plus who could afford it? Theres got to be at least 30 pounds of blood, sweat and tears in the top half ALONE!
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But then they wouldn't be incredibly unique...

plus who could afford it? Theres got to be at least 30 pounds of blood, sweat and tears in the top half ALONE!
exactly
i cant imagine the number of machine-hours in that thing!
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Old 16th Apr 2007, 21:30   #1979
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I imagine he'd make all you want at about US$250,000 a pop.
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G69T, now that you seem to be done with the dark blade project...

How about taking us through the machines you used to help build the Dark Blade PC; A kind of tour through the machines in the machine shop you utilized.
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