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Scratch Build – In Progress "CNPC" - Cheap PC and CNC components all in one case

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by iD2, 29 Mar 2012.

  1. iD2

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  2. iD2

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    Update, Assembly PC and extend 4pin PSU wire

    Just assembly PC and have some problem with 4pin wire to connect motherboard , it too short and i need to extend it about 20- 30cm. :(

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    After finish extend 4pin wire , than test open PC to make sure it still work.

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  3. iD2

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    OK, Start to wiring and put some stuff to case.

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  4. Attila

    Attila still thinking....

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    Nice work mate, I read your worklog on CNC zone. Fantastic work!:thumb: I can't believe you have built that thing in your bedroom. Awesome work, awesome machine.
     
  5. dream1

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    There are some times, if you really want something. So it does not realy matter for him/her they just do it. And when its redy, looks absolutly sunning. Even if it is made in the bedroom.
    So what ever you are doing dont give up.
    I realy like your cnc.
     
  6. iD2

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    Thank you :D , Building CNC in bedroom there were a lot of problem but big problem was noise when drilling but everything was done :D . Now i concern if one day i need to move out from this condominium that mean i need to disassembly my CNC :jawdrop: it'll big job too.


    Thank you :D

    (sorry for my English , if any words was not correct please tell me)
     
  7. iD2

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    80% Finish Wiring

    Still working with wiring everything together

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    This my next job to use this resistor to reduce 12v to 8v , to make fan quiet. Actually i need to use PC Fan Control it can adjust voltage but it expensive so i decide to invest with this resistor it very cheap.
     
  8. iD2

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    Just back to work !!! Sorry for nothing update for long time , my routine work very busy . I don't have much time to work so this a little update and need to finish my case soon.

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    will be back soon.... :D
     
  9. bulldogjeff

    bulldogjeff The modding head is firmly back on.

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    Now everything about this project is just seriously cool !
     
  10. Drysofar

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    If you want to run the fans slower but not at 5V you can skip the big resistors and just connect between the +5V live and the +12V line of your pc PSU this gives you 7V for the fan.
     
  11. Drysofar

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    As Sulu once shouted, Shields !!!.

    You may also want to consider a solid or mesh metal cover for the PC motherboard as the CNC equipment can be very electrically noisy.
     
  12. iD2

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    Thank you :D

    I never know that ,i'll use volt meter to test it if it work it will be good option to avoid big resistors. Thank you.

    :D thank you for your advice ,i'll design cover plate for my motherboard by using acrylic ,it look like asus sabertooth but i'll do it after everything finish.
     
  13. Noob?

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    Your attention to detail is astonishing as is the craftsmanship!

    Top stuff, await your next update!

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  14. iD2

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    Hello, Long time nothing update because i need to work out of my office and my PC was dead stil waiting for RMA but can't wait anymore , so i decide to sell my pc component and bought new one.

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    CPU --> AMD A6-3670K
    Motherboard --> ECS A75F-M2
    Ram --> Old Ram (2x Kingston bus 1333)
    PSU --> (This part was dead , still waiting form RMA) , New RaidMax 730Watt

    OK, Just back to work not much update but need to update my new PC and something i already done.

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  15. iD2

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    Long time nothing update on this forums , Now big update. Let's see.

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    This looks very simpel but jet very cool :) . The wiering shold be littel better but i understand if there is any problem u wanna acsess fast but sill i lke it very much :)
     
  17. iD2

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    Thank you, You right my wiring was not look clean and i need to make it looking better but now i need this case finish and work well and still have no idea how to do with a lot of wire.

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  18. Editor22

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    Awesome Job iD2! Makes my box look oh so dull now,,, :p
     
  19. iD2

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    Just finish my Left font side panel , not much anything to describe just see picture.

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    Start cutting acrylic for font left panel
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    Finish cutting and put it in
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  20. iD2

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    Thank you :D
     

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