I like the unconventional way you place all the parts :clap:
SSD cables must be hidden.
I dont know how many times I look at Osidias' log, just for the pleasure to watch this scratch-build :lol:
I am happy to see you back on track....
Why did you choose to make only a partial protusion instead of stretching out the whole rear section?
:thumb: Each piece of metal called pc should be modded :grin:
Great work so far :clap:
I voted for oil.
Ciao Vandalo :grin:
The upper part is made of several pieces, isn't it ?
How did you join them ?
I think it's not easy to keep focused and motivated on the original design over the years.
Thanks for sharing your worklog and ideas,...
That loop is hypnotic, I like it!!
It's far better than what you showed in the render. :clap:
You had a nice idea for the midplate too..... a...
I am curious to see it with lights turned on.
The only thing that is off-key is that black switch :rollingeyes:
Honestly, I like to see all the steps that bring to the final part.
The case is not ugly....it's under construction. :naughty:
Did you get a new camera ? :grin:
The case looks "cleaner" with those alu parts !
Your grass need a trim or next time you'll have a problem to...
Custom reservoir made of brass :clap:, I can't miss this log.
What about the cylinder ?
Remember, Glass is the way...:grin:
Uh, you think so?...
:jawdrop: is that a common pvc-pipe ?
Great idea Y.G. :clap:
Does it make sense to bump up thread one year old just to say "wow" or "awesome"?
You can give a like, it works better :lol:
There are no reasons to miss your first scratch-build :clap:
Pay attention to file rivets in that way, they could break!!
Do you say "Necroposting" ?
No, because this mod is not dead :nono::naughty:
I found the right inspiration so I am back on track.
Great result Mayehm, I am always impressed by the "Before & After" comparison. :jawdrop:
I like the idea but that actuar it's a little overkill.
What's the purpose of this solution?
It seems a great mod is coming to life :clap:
Great start, i like it !! :thumb:
An "Old idea" is like wine...the older it is,the better is the final result :grin:
Old school mods and old school work-logs. The funniest thing was to discover how to make parts, tools involved, solutions adopted and at the...
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