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Scratch Build – In Progress (COMPLETED)Project Man of Steel --Sponsored--

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by MegaSkot, 13 Feb 2015.

  1. MegaSkot

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    Thanks!

    Inno3D GTX970 HerculeZ X2
    EK-FC970 GTX - Nickel
    EK-FC970 GTX Backplate - Nickel


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    good matching colors
     
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    The crystals look great.
     
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    Airbrush...

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    JEEBUS man!!! :jawdrop: :jawdrop: Awesome paint job on that mouse!!!! :rock:
     
  8. MegaSkot

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    Thanks.

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    So THAT'S how you do it!! I always wondered how you airbrush guys do stuff like that. Great stuff, thanks for taking the time to show us how it's done!! :thumb:
     
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    Great progress man. You go the metal work skills and painting skills to match.

    If you don't mind me asking, where did you get those thermostat from?
     
  11. MegaSkot

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    Thanks to all.

    Thermostat: aliexpress.

    Today was a lot of work , soon video and photos.
     
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    Wow! Amazon paint job! Damn!
     
  13. MegaSkot

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    Case:

    The initial idea was to avoid the screws and that's why we put the neodymium magnets in the case frame.
    Itself was made of acid resistant stainless steel, which doesn’t attract magnet, but case panels do,
    because they are made of weather resistant stainless steel, and that’s the way how I avoid the spread of magnetism in the case and get what I wanted.
    The panels are holding well to the frame. Soon, the case frame is going to powder coating (metalic silver color).
    The carrier of the case I made of hard and tough white plastic (10 and 4 mm).



     
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    OMG dat mouse is lush nice job and the case is coming together nicely
     
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    Smallville: Kryptonian Key

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    Shopping time...stainlees steel pipes: radiator --- case, (1/2 to 1/4).

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    looks great nice work
     
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    Wow, really nice work. Looks awesome. ;)
     

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