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

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

  1. widmod

    widmod Member

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    ok I see everything is well planed. :idea:
    I just taugh that some parts like des res and de pump are allready installed permanently :dremel:
     
  2. mnpctech

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    hey dutch, can you please tell which brand router tip you're using here ?

    Thank you! :hip:
     
  3. dutchcedar

    dutchcedar New Member

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    ^^^ Hey Bill...

    Its a carbide tipped Makita 1/2" round-over bit with a 1/2" shaft and a guide bearing.

    Most of the router bits I used are Makita with carbide cutting edges.
     
  4. pedrofilho

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    Very nice mod, keep going.

    Congrats,

    Pedro Torres.
     
  5. Abom

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    please update my modding crack dutch!
     
  6. widmod

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    your mod had been fallen from the edge of the forums :wallbash:
    don't tell us your aren't using this awsome system allready! :jawdrop:
    did you buy the monitors?
    please UPDATE :clap:
     
  7. hydro_electric_655

    hydro_electric_655 Dremelly Dude

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    That's some great work ceder, came out great, now put it all together and get it running.
     
  8. dutchcedar

    dutchcedar New Member

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    "My space" isn't big enough, so its on to building a new office while waiting for Intel's Penryn processors and other sponsored items...

    First, we cleared some space...

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    Moved some dirt...

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    Framed up some retaining wall forms...

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    Poured some concrete...

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    And started building the home for BaDassumption...

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    This should be done pretty soon and then I'll get back to buildin' the rig... :thumb:

    This is her room...

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    So that's what I've been up to. :hip:
     
  9. Cyprio

    Cyprio G5 Supermodder

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    ROFL :D - best excuse EVER for not updating a 'log' in a while.... looks like you have been chopping them down and building a room with them (excuse the awful pun but i couldnt help myself!).
     
  10. Stonewall78

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    So does that make you the first to scratch build a room to put his modded PC case in? I was wondering why they used 2x4's rather then plywood sheets for the cement wall forms though.
     
  11. Cyprio

    Cyprio G5 Supermodder

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    Cos he lives in a forest???? :)
     
  12. dutchcedar

    dutchcedar New Member

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    We use 2x6's because we can reuse them for framing afterwards. :hip:
     
  13. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    2x6 plus 18" framing? That's free king solid! Down here everything is framed at 26". Here you don't need a window to get out of a burning house, just a football helmet.:D

    Do the Pillars mean you're adding a deck on the 2nd floor?
     
  14. ComputerKing

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    WTF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    DAMIT I want to live on that space only of the rest of my life :( I want one

    damit

    you did all kickasss things... ;) ****ing hot pc... now the space ... well done..

    lucky! :D good luck
     
  15. Stonewall78

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    Makes sense but I wouldn't want concrete all over my wood. 26" on center? man everything around here is 16". I can't even imagine trying to find studs on 26".
     
  16. customh

    customh conflagration.

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    dutch, yours is framed 18 on center, right?
     
  17. dutchcedar

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    ^^^ The walls and floor joists are framed at 16" centers, the roof trusses are at 24" centers.

    We have to design for fairly heavy snow loads and seismic forces around here. :hip:
     
  18. Scirocco

    Scirocco Boobs, I have them, you lose.

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    Dutch, I love your mod! It brings back memories of working on Big Daddy Roth's plastic models with my dad. (Showing my age a bit there.) Well done!
     
  19. MoRBiD

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    Was wondering why this log went into lumber ... oops i meant limbo ...
    Im thinking of adding onto this house im in ... might just dig out a cellar ....
    make it sounds proof ..
    put in some "toys" ....

    ok nuff said ..


    Looks great man!
     
  20. widmod

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    UPDATE :sigh:
     

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