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Scratch Build – In Progress Dark Blade by G69T

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

  1. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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  2. Static Lullaby

    Static Lullaby New Member

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    Absolutely beautiful work!
     
  3. phuzz

    phuzz This is a title

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    :duh: oh, that's why there's no fan holes on the back, it's all water cooled, I see now.
     
  4. lepre

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    that's why there is all that stuff under the case :D :D
     
  5. praetor coda

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    Hey G69T,

    Man, I am digging all that machining; drooling to be precise. I am following this build like a fanatic stalker...don't get crazy people, I mean the build not the builder. I am building a machine that is based on a VMC a design, much like the machine you are working on, only on a much smaller build, that is what you are milling your pieces on, (a VMC), correct? Now are the beveled edges being machined with a radius bit?
     
  6. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    Thanks guys! ;)

    What's a VMC?

    Yes, the tool moves with 2 interpolated axis on the profile (X and Z-axis) , this one is repeated with multiple Y-axes steps (sorry for my english :wallbash: ).

    Bye bye :thumb:
     
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    Vertical Milling Machine. :D

    EDIT: Ha, in my haste I screwed it up - VMC = Vertical Machining Center.
     
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    VMC = Vertical Milling Machine???? That doesn't match the acryonim!
     
  9. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    :wallbash: thanks ;)
     
  10. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    @ praetor coda

    Looks these images of the simulation working phases. ;)

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    Z O O M !

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    Bye bye ;)
     
  11. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    perplekks45 LIKE AN ANIMAL!

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    You'll sleeve those cables, won't you?
    Except that (of course temporary) 'awesome as usual'. :)
     
  13. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    It's only an assembling test ;)
     
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    Er, Vertical Machining Center... :duh:
     
  15. dom_

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    Excellent work. Cant wait for the finished pc.
     
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    AlexB Web Nerd and WC Addict

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    :D I cant stop grinning while seeing the new pics. Keep it up!
     
  17. Deathrow

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    Amazing work G69. I really envy your CNC skills and only wish I had some equipment like that at my disposal it must be alot of fun to play with.

    I hope the remainder of the top half can live up to my expectations after the water station put the bar so high.
     
  18. nyzrox

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    is tht a seasonic i see *** i love mine
     
  19. Klekkus

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    Great work on that back plate, how much remaning of the case?

    I also got some part made on a CNC for my case, here are a link. I treaded it for a lexan plate on 1x400x250mm :D
    The guy who made it used two hours on it, and he works with the CNC every day. So what do you think about jis work then?
     
  20. vash

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    Hi CNC-man , Your work it's beatiful and i think U're a little bit crazy to concept this fantastic work!!
    But I've a terrible question....hehehe

    What kind of soft do you use to create the cad-design and interface with CNC?
    CATIA?solidworks??

    ;M)
     

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