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Modding I am in need of some blowhole templates

Discussion in 'Modding' started by Hamham, 21 Apr 2002.

  1. Hamham

    Hamham What's a Dremel?

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    I need 80.92.120mm templates that are capable of being printed out.
    Thanks
     
  2. brianpodskalny

    brianpodskalny ladies night!

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    a cd is 120mm

    for the rest, why not just measure yourself.
     
  3. Lazy

    Lazy Meow?

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    i think there are some on here
     
  4. Lazy

    Lazy Meow?

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    it is confirmed there are some there
     
  5. neuro

    neuro What's a Dremel?

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    these ones are cool.

    http://neuro.woaf.net/fan/

    ...all credit goes to the people who made these templates, might have been moddin.net, c the template! :)
     
  6. tk421

    tk421 Idiot.

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    who needs templates? just buy holesaws. trust me, it makes life MUCH easier, especially if you work with plexi ..
     
  7. Vectrex

    Vectrex What's a Dremel?

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    Dood, you dont need a template! Just use a fan grill, whatever size fan your going to be using, and trace around that. Works Perfect!

    As for the holesaw comment... I went and bought one yesterday and I love it. It's kinda scary to use heh, but it works great, and you get that perfect circle you've always wanted :).
     
  8. Lazy

    Lazy Meow?

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    as a template is free it is a lot cheaper than a hole saw.
     
  9. Vectrex

    Vectrex What's a Dremel?

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    Even when using a holesaw, you use some sort of template. You still have to drill holes where the screws need to go, and for that, you want to have to place marked before you drill your big giant hole. Se either way, you HAVE to use a template, but the hole will come out so much better with a holesaw.
     
  10. Hamham

    Hamham What's a Dremel?

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    I need templates because I can be retarded sometimes and I think it is much quicker than tracing. By chance would u have any round templates? THe one u provided were kinda square.

    thanks :hehe:
     
  11. kanuslupus

    kanuslupus Minimodder

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    Or you could just use the fan to mark the mounting holes after the "holesaw" hole is done. I suppose you could call that a template.
     
  12. Jamie

    Jamie ex-Bit-Tech code junkie

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    We do actually have some BiT-Tech blowhole templates however we no longer have a downloads page so only people that used the old site will know.

    So here they are:

    120mm
    92mm
    80mm
     
  13. tk421

    tk421 Idiot.

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    you dont HAVE to use a template ... just take the fan (gasp) and put it where you want it, put a dot in each screw hole, connect opposite screw-hole-dots with straight lines, and put the arbor of your holesaw in the middle of the big X it makes ...

    i guess i should read other replies before i get all smart arsed ...
     

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