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Scratch Build – In Progress BaDassumption - Photo Shoot...

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by dutchcedar, 8 May 2006.

  1. customh

    customh conflagration.

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    Sweet as always, but lets get some parts in there!!
     
  2. greensabbath

    greensabbath Got Wood?

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    Wow man, that is friggen awsome. Great ideas, great executio. By the looks of things, this will go down as one of the great memorable cases, good job.
     
  3. yahooadam

    yahooadam <span style="color:#f00;font-weight:bold">Ultra cs

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    great idea there man - GJ :thumb:
     
  4. GoTaLL

    GoTaLL What's a Dremel?

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    i checked out your site and i must say .. Sweet jesus .. that is some really great things you make .. i love the furniture design, material you use and your craftmanship
     
  5. ssR

    ssR Carbon God

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    another great update. im speechless. really like it... :jawdrop:
     
  6. dutchcedar

    dutchcedar What's a Dremel?

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    You've got the wrong site. I'm not a furniture maker. :confused:
    Let's not. We aren't there yet. :duh:
     
  7. mnpctech

    mnpctech bit-tech sponsor

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    dutch does killer execution with his work.

    Big Daddy is smiling in Heaven :hip:
     
  8. tkdwarrior

    tkdwarrior What's a Dremel?

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    sweet. looks like those curves in the pipe wont be too much of a flow killer either. But then again, who cares! its watercooled anyway, why whinge about a bit of restriction :)

    clean work. keep it coming :thumb:
     
  9. THEkorean

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    wow... genius.. thats all i can say
     
  10. Belial669

    Belial669 What's a Dremel?

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    What can i say that hasnt already been said, dutchceder your attention to detail, the precision and what appears to be a vast amount of time spent on this is just asstounding, just went and had a look at BaDassII and i think its safe to see you've definately stepped it up a notch.
    Great work.

    -Belial
     
  11. dutchcedar

    dutchcedar What's a Dremel?

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    ^^^ Well, BaDassII has been runnin' flawlessly for a couple of years now... its gonna be real tough to replace her, even with BaDassumption. :hip:

    A little more of guiding the cooling lines...

    This is on the trailing edge of the mainboard tray, machined from a 1/2" thick aluminum bar. Its machined into an "L" so the backside of it reaches up below the fold of the mainboard tray (hope that makes sense). The part that's showing is a tad over 1/4" thick. The slots are so the tube guides will only need one screw without allowing them to twist.

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    That pivot block (for the tube folding gizmo) will get two screws. The tubes come down off of the folding gizmo and one goes around the mainboard (on the right of the picture) while the other (the return line), will come down from a manifold hovering above the mainboard where it recollects the tubing from scopEDog's new waterblock... more on that later. Its gonna get real crazy real soon. :D

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    Here's a tube in a pair of the tube guides, just loose, to give ya an idea... they're just big enough to let the tubes twist a bit...

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  12. dutchcedar

    dutchcedar What's a Dremel?

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    It Works!!! :hip:

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    This is folded up naturally... it leans towards the mainboard...

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    A bar slid into two of the holes keeps it upright... this is an X-Acto knife... :D

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    I'll have to shorten these bulkhead fittings... :naughty:

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    All stretched out...

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  13. pr@jekt

    pr@jekt What's a Dremel?

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    Nice-or better put, frekkin gnarly man. Way groovy man.
     
  14. customh

    customh conflagration.

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    Sweetness i cant wait to see how this baby works.
     
  15. huren

    huren What's a Dremel?

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    dude, i just love this. its even my wallpaper !
     
  16. DougEdey

    DougEdey I pwn all your storage

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    Brilliant. BUT

    On the last picture, the PSU and fan cases look like they're made out of plastic...
     
  17. yahooadam

    yahooadam <span style="color:#f00;font-weight:bold">Ultra cs

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    wow that looks sweet :rock:
     
  18. OdDBaLL_MoD

    OdDBaLL_MoD Always planning something...

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    Very nice! Liking very much! :clap:
     
  19. zr_ox

    zr_ox Whooolapoook

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    Yourself GT69 and Gnome have truley redefined PC modding. But I do believe you should be known as the "the godfather" since creating BaDassII.

    Another inspirational piece of work.
     
  20. dutchcedar

    dutchcedar What's a Dremel?

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    Modified Bulkhead Fittings...

    Cut one in half and cut off the barbs, mill the faces flat, bore the hole to 15/32", tap each end for G-1/4, finish and polish the faces, install DangerDen high flow 1/2" barbs... :hip:

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