Discussion in 'Modding' started by mnpctech, 24 Mar 2011.
Cool, just PM me dude
Here is photo of the 120mm acrylic honeycomb fan grill with 3M Di-Noc Carbon Fiber Material from the guide in the video I posted earlier
kier sent me this photo today, evga classfied ek chipset waterblock with 3M Di-Noc carbon fiber applied on top
I've had people ask about clear coating the di-noc, and will try it with Enamel automotive clear
kier sent me this photo of his Asus Rampage III Extreme with 3M carbon fiber material that we've started offering as one of the Prizes for bit-tech's MOTM.
I've added 2' x 4' sheets of 3M Di-Noc Carbon Fiber to our store page.... After getting several requests for larger sheets to cover your PC, Desk, Car, Cat etc...
I applied 3M DI-NOC Black carbon fiber film onto the TUF shield on the ASUS Sabertooth P67 Motherboard
The Di-Noc has been one of the prizes I'll periodically offer for bit-tech MOTM. You can also apply it onto Power Supplies, Cases, Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, Drive faces, Headphones, Bezel, Fan controllers, Toggle switchs etc. 3M Di-Noc carbon fiber film
Looks like clever stuff... any chance of a direct comparison to the real stuff??
wow, looks awesome! Might give this a go on my xbox.
@Shuttlemodder, thank you for the suggestion!
@mstrchf, that would be awesome, please post your photos, if you do
just a question, if you are to remove it can you just heat gun it and pull it off or will it leave a sticky residue?
Had a go too today, this stuff is awesome!!
@cool_dude, as long as you don't use the 3M Substrate Primer, Soapy water on a cloth has worked for me.
@wejjy, I will download it when I return to the shop
is it stretchy? or easily pliable?
Yes, just heat the di-noc with a Heat Gun, for curved and rounded surfaces. I demonstrate what happens when you apply heat in this video.
seems like it has a nice elasticity to it!
The 3M stuff is excellent, I did the fuel filler cap on my car last year, very easy to use but you need to apply heat then doing non-flat surfaces!
Yeah, it's really amazing material.
Pleas post your "Di-Noc" project pics
This is a really nice tutorial! Well done, I will make sure to try it out on some old mice I have laying around the place.
Glad you found it helpful!
Separate names with a comma.