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Scratch Build – In Progress Dark Blade by G69T

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by G69T, 30 Nov 2004.

  1. drinn

    drinn New Member

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    Nice work :) Your first case was also nice looking
     
  2. _ferry_

    _ferry_ New Member

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    i think everyone who's reading this thread is yealous.
    I was so proud of having my own colomb drilling machine, bus these tools own it all :rock: And your modding owns the machines :D
     
  3. Davedude

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    Yes, great work! I need a workshop like that.... :waah:
     
  4. Franklin

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    They can put me in a workshop like that, but I wouldn't know how to use all those machines.
     
  5. Rh1n0x

    Rh1n0x New Member

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    Maybe I missed it, but your pre-made reservoir... what brand is that?

    I'm trying to find a reservoir similair to that one for a while now.. :grr:
    Please tell me !

    Cool mod! Like your CNC' stuff. Very professional. :cooldude:
     
  6. Starbuck3733T

    Starbuck3733T Look out sugar, here it comes

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    I am highly suprised that with that kind of equipment you're not making all your own watercooling stuff. That gigantic mill of yours would be able to chew through copper with no problem. You should post your stuff on http://forums.procooling.com too - they'll be impressed.

    If you've got access to a slitting saw, you can easily make a white water clone and have some awesome performing blocks that fit with the look of your system.
     
  7. joecaprini

    joecaprini New Member

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    Holy f***! That is too good. Evertime I look at it my eyes burn :eeek: That's nice for a first mod. By the look of that pro job, I'd say you must've practiced alot with those machines and known what you were doing.You should build more and sell them for $4000 a piece. That makes alienware look like it was made by n00bs!. Keep it up man. :clap:
     
  8. mircea

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    OK,we saw the project but now show us the result....or you are in vacation to celebrate the carnival? :D :D :D :D
    HI!
     
  9. Sc0rian

    Sc0rian Here comes the farmer

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    looks real sweet dude!! Amazing.. Nice One..

    - S
     
  10. webbyman

    webbyman Hax.

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    all i can say is :jawdrop: *well i cant even say that :hehe:

    great work :thumb: you have true skills :p
     
  11. cool_dude

    cool_dude Active Member

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    that is absolutley amazing!! Good work!! :thumb: :dremel: :thumb:
     
  12. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    I want to thank you for your interesting advice. I'll think about that.

    best regards.
     
  13. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    Even you was celebrating your carnival, I was looking to create something new... In a few time you'll see what I mean.

    Stay Tuned :dremel:
     
  14. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    I like so much your appreciating. I'd like to thank all of you. I hope you'll be interesting on this new post

    To resolve the electrolysis problem - an idraulic circuit in contact with alu - I decided to modify the base of reservoirs.

    The Base's new project, opportunely modified to obtain the space to introduce two particulare bottom in AISI 316
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    Zoom The base put in the Water Station.

    Doesn't look so nice?

    Bye Bye :dremel:
     
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  15. KAMIKAZE-FREAK

    KAMIKAZE-FREAK New Member

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    thats one amazing piece ..... its art
     
  17. jaguarking11

    jaguarking11 Peterbilt-strong

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    I love it.. But one small question? If thats going to be the bottom of the water res then are you going to anodise it? Being that aluminum corrodes with water on it and you may have problems with it lader on.. Just a question.. Correct me if im wrong.
     
  18. papeniglio

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    Hai proprio intenzione di farci crepare tutti di invidia??????

    WONDERFUL!!!!
     
  19. devenfore

    devenfore LANCandy

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    Oooo. Just a question, but how much do blocks of aluminum like that cost?! It cant be cheap.
     
  20. raaaaaa

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    oh my god
     

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