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Scratch Build – Complete ⭐ [ COMPLETED ] The Time

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by MPC, 5 Feb 2017.

  1. MPC

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    Sleeving with Gosumodz high quality materials.

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  2. MPC

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    Create a hole in the top to manage the cables and the led inside the clock reservoir. The hole will be filled with glue to make the reservoir waterproof.

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  3. Dr. Coin

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    I am curious to see your wire combs in action, unusual shape.
     
  4. MPC

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    Yes, it's a new shape to lock the 24-pin and 8-pin cpu cables on the plexiglass wall. :thumb:
     
  5. MPC

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    Cutting steel inox cables to fix the clock with the basin.

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    Coming on beautifully; I can't wait to see it all put together!
     
  7. MPC

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    Thank you very much Gravity :thumb:
     
  8. MPC

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    Equipment the bulkhead connector whit o-ring to obtain cooling liquid in the basin. Using of bolts to block the electric motor and the main mechanism. Using of waterproof bearing.


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  9. MPC

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    Luxury computer storage system.

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  10. MPC

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    Many thanks to Aquatuning that sent me extra- material when I was working for the project.

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  11. MPC

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    Handmade realization loop cooling liquid of amazing brass tubes.

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  12. Cown

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    That's some serious attention to detail :eeek:

    Very nice work!

    I really like your workpad as well, where did you get it? :D
     
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    ^^^^ What he said ^^^^

    Looks amazing! :thumb:
     
  14. MPC

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    Thank you Cown :thumb:

    The pad to work is of Alphacool and it's really cool. The mat is anti-static and also has the meter in the lower part and it is really comfortable, it has allowed me to cut to measure all the power supply cables. Is called Alphacool Eisplateau Anti-Static work- and mounting mat 120x60cm and you find it on the Aquatuning website ;)


    Thank you very much Gravity :thumb:
     
  15. MPC

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    Final photos – Part one

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  16. Cheapskate

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    Pretty! :D With just the right amount of insane.:thumb:
     
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    Incredible build from start to finish; thanks for sharing it with us :thumb:
     
  18. MPC

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    Thank you very much Cheapskate :thumb:
    Surely I always want to make something new and never seen before ;)


    Thanks to you for following the project :thumb:
    I will soon publish the other final photos ;)
     
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    Great looking case. With it one should loose track of time well playing a game...

    Will they include pictures with the pump running and lights on?
     
  20. MPC

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    ahahahah it is better that we do not take into account the time when we play :D
    Of course, very soon you can see the illuminated case and also the pump system.
    Later I will also post the video ;)
     

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