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Case Mod - In Progress "M-CUBE2" by hotton (080321 completed)add a parts list

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by hotton, 26 Jan 2008.

  1. hotton

    hotton What's a Dremel?

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    hehe..the machine is not the shop machine...it is a school machine and my frind is the shool teacher...
     
  2. Fozzy

    Fozzy What's a Dremel?

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    Can yu explain to me why you aren't mass producing waterblocks? Someone with your skill level could produce some amazing waterblocks for the "Elite Enthusiats" or "modder" with a high price tag of like $150. I do hope you are machining a watercooling system for this project. that would be tits.
     
  3. hotton

    hotton What's a Dremel?

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    hehe...every level of the case i mod just have 60mm height...the height could not put a pipe joint on CPU waterblock...and the cpu is pm 1.5G....itself have a low heat...so i think the passive cooling is enough to work...the waterblock maybe appear on my fourth case mod ....:dremel:
     
  4. hotton

    hotton What's a Dremel?

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  5. badje

    badje boni

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    I have to say, that is a very nice cooling solution. Pretty much sound less. I like this project 5 stars for this.

    Waiting for the next update.
     
  6. hotton

    hotton What's a Dremel?

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    this is a assemble picture of my case....the pic type is .gif...maybe so large(about 2.21MB)...you can see all the assemble progress of my case ....thx...:D

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  7. b4i7

    b4i7 modding dreams into reality

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    hotton, what program are you using for your 3d?


    seeing this work makes me proud to be a machinist
     
  8. Cheap Mod Wannabe

    Cheap Mod Wannabe What's a Dremel?

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    :jawdrop:

    Duuudeeee.... That is so amazing.
     
  9. hotton

    hotton What's a Dremel?

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    i use the pro/e to modeling and use the UG to write the CNC program.....:D
     
  10. _-..zKiLLA..-_

    _-..zKiLLA..-_ What's a Dremel?

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    :jawdrop::jawdrop::jawdrop::jawdrop::jawdrop: that is truely amazing

    u got quite a brain there hotton [​IMG]
     
  11. b4i7

    b4i7 modding dreams into reality

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    that would be another program id like to learn
     
  12. Macros_the_Black

    Macros_the_Black Yup.. I'm a f-ing reptile

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    Looking good Hotton.
    Though having access to the kind of machines you have, I wouldn't have made the coolers in so many pieces. I'd made either the copper parts thicker, or milled out the top alu parts to include those middle alu parts... but I'm guessing you had to work with what material that was available.
    Another thing, correct me if I'm wrong, but it looks like you used some kind of rotating sanding/buffing tool to sand those pieces.. I would have preferred to sand them planar by moving them around on a sanding paper taped to a planar surface.

    I love the animated gif! Very informative!

    Keep it up!
     
  13. hotton

    hotton What's a Dremel?

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    hehe ... i can understand your means..maybe..:D you know my poor english...i use three pieces to make the cooler...the first is i want to keep a same style for the case...the second is the cpu have a low heat and this cooler is enough to the cpu...the third is i want to use two pieces (one copper and one alu) originally but it is too low (for example the North Bridge core surface leaves there are 17.85mm to the cooler shelf surface if i use two pieces and the copper just have 15mm height) ...so i must add another piece alu of 5mm to the cooler ...at the end ..it have three pieces...:D

    what kind of the rotating buffing tool i use ? i think you can get the answer in no. 041& no.042 pics...

    i really hope you can understand my words ....:D:D:D
     
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  14. BigPoppaJNutZ

    BigPoppaJNutZ Beyond the Dremel...

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    Looking really nice! Thats a lot of work, but it looks to be paying off very well.
     
  15. hotton

    hotton What's a Dremel?

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  16. theAlien

    theAlien I know what a Dremel is....

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    awesome cooling design ....... looks great :thumb: .How heavy is that small cube
    going to be when finished? ................


    Alan
     
  17. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    You now own the heaviest mini board in history.:hehe: Awesome.
    I need a friend with a machine shop too.:(
     
  18. jegerjon

    jegerjon What's a Dremel?

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    amazing, b-e-u-t-i-f-u-l-l :jawdrop:
     
  19. jhanlon303

    jhanlon303 The Keeper of History

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    Heavier than my glass shelves would hold I bet. But the serious amount of heatsinks has just got to make it dead silent with no fan needed. My C7-D fan only turns on if I'm "backing up" DVD movies.
    Great Project all around.
    John
     
  20. Tyinsar

    Tyinsar 6 screens 1 card since Nov 17 2007

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    :clap: Very nice build and the animated gif is a :jawdrop: addition to your log. Thanks :thumb:
     
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