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Scratch Build – In Progress Dark Blade by G69T

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

  1. slater

    slater Mummy Says Im Special

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    Why did you drill through at an angle insted of straight through? You trying to get a swirl effect happening in there??

    slater..
     
  2. crimandevil

    crimandevil New Member

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    OMG! :jawdrop:

    Could I order a res like that from you?! :eeek:
     
  3. Pistol

    Pistol Guest

    That's genius...the water will be excellently circulated, will keep up a great flow during the cycle, and it will look cool too. The temperature is gonna stay constant in the entire resevoir and will make for a reduced overall temp...even if it IS only a degree
     
  4. zerocom

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    :jawdrop: :jawdrop: :jawdrop:

    your just my god :)

    i absolutely love the CNC work, a true craftsman :)

    keep it up :thumb:
     
  5. emuexplosion

    emuexplosion New Member

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    this project is really hawt

    good work
     
  6. bilbo

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    I want a CNC at home!!! :waah:

    Really good work!!! :clap:
     
  7. Firehed

    Firehed Why not? I own a domain to match.

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    I don't know how I missed this so far, but amazing work! Those CNC machines look messy but the result is incredible... :thumb: Keep it up!
     
  8. adamjones01101

    adamjones01101 New Member

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    They definitely can be messy...That liquid you see is actually the lubricant that they use to keep the machines and the parts they are creating from overheating. I've used a few myself, and they definitely produce VERY nice results, especially the CAD-based ones.

    [hijack] Check my signature, and you'll see my not-so-updated project log, Lian Dragon, which I am building a custom phase-change cooling sytem for. One of the kids on my robotics team has a dad who owns a full CAD-based CNC machining facility. Guess what they manufacture...HEATSINKS!! So anyway, he said he would be glad to help me create my custom phase-change block. Oh, and did I mention that the CNC machine shop down the street from me may end up donating some machines to the Adam Jones cause? It's nice having connections. :D [/hijack]
     
  9. The Lost Monk

    The Lost Monk New Member

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    :eeek::eeek::eeek::eeek::eeek::eeek::eeek::eeek: that just blows the mind
     
  10. zr_ox

    zr_ox Whooolapoook

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    How do you reply to this sort of work?

    This is so unbelievable!

    I was reading a post over at GRUNTVILLE where they were saying something about a new generation of computer modders. Patting themselves on the back about being the fore-fathers of this new generation....hmmm eh no!

    This work is simply amazing, you just raised the bar by about 25 million points.

    Dremel used to be the modders best friend! Looks like CNC is the new bad boy in town.

    Thanks for visiting my humble worklog, its a honor!

    You are the PIMP master G69T
     
  11. Constructacon

    Constructacon Constructing since 1978

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    Very neat work (well duh). Excellent design on the swirl pots. I notice that they flow in opposite directions. Will there be 2 closed loops or do you plan to have them merged?
     
  12. mircea

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    :jawdrop: :jawdrop: :jawdrop:
     
  13. bootupbuddha

    bootupbuddha grunge modder

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    sub me already! :jawdrop:
     
  14. stu_69

    stu_69 New Member

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    absolutely amazing work my man. I wish I still lived in Ireland as I could pop round my dads work place and use the machines.

    Keep it up dude
     
  15. ModKid

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    Do some searching on a.p. versteeg's cases. All done by hand :dremel:
     
  16. JaredC01

    JaredC01 Hardware Nut

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    Wow. Simply stunning man... can't wait to see the next update! Subscribed.
     
  17. ultrastapler

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    i've never seen such quality workmanship in a case :eeek:
     
  18. Redd_Herring_1974

    Redd_Herring_1974 New Member

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    yes and none are nearly as unique as this...the method of fabrication has zero to do with makeing a great mod the end results are all that matters and there is no way to do something like this by hand so quit hatein already :duh:
     
  19. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    What you say is right, but ins't the only reason. ;)

    bye bye
     
  20. G69T

    G69T CNC Modder

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    What I'm planning is the realization of two separate cooling systems, 1 for CPU, the other for GPU.

    bye bye :thumb:
     

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