Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Mr3D, 22 Mar 2015.
Looks insane! Wish I knew someone with a CNC-mill/laser cutter. I envy you!
CNC precision never get's old. I like the contrast between the stainless steel and aluminium. BTW is there going to be another reservoir? Because I'm not sure the integrated one works on its side.
Very nice bud..... wish I had a bit of your equipment and skills
Haha! Nice one, man!
Shouldn't be any problems. All the manual said was not to run the pump/reservoir facing up...
And looking at the design of the in/outlets to the reservoir itself confirms that.
Time for a short update. Haven't had much time for my project with easter and all...
I milled a I/O, expansion slot tray thingy today.
It's not done, tho. Missing some tapped holes and a chamfer, but that's for another day.
So, the test-mounting went perfect. I was slightly unsure if it would fit with the measures I got on the hardware, but it was fine.
Your fig set is blurry, but I think I see a the full cast Of Madoka Magica?
Indeed you do!
P.S. The shelf, I made that myself. Dedicated to the figs!
This log is just full of pure awesome modding porn! Keep it up dude!
Pure perfection so far.
now that heck a lot of milling and it's looking sweet... btw that place for PSU is perfect. i did the same in one of my builds and cable management and dust problems both solved
Awesome IO piece.
improved the fans..... there was me scrolling to see the new milled fan case/carcass/body.... you know, remove the spinny bits and put them into milled shiny bits.....
That would increase the awesomeness factor so much higher.
Like maximum awesomeness type high.
Hmmm. Custom milled fans using quadcopter motors....
and all we got was a sticker.......
I still love shiny metal things though!
PORN at it's truest form
Mr3D, you are a ridiculous man. And I think I love you.
I venture in to this part of the forum only occasionally and today I'm very glad I did. This case is the nuts, the whole nuts and nothing but the nuts.
Nah man, just keep the post.
I don't know if you read my answer too.(I quoted myself, read it below) Sure, I was slightly irritated you telling me my calculation was wrong, but it is in-fact, correct.(maybe not to the exact numbers, but as a estimation, it is.) I told you how I calculated and gave real facts of the motor-sizes of that machine. So I can back my arguments with a source.(If you want a link to the machine spec, just tell me)
What I want to know tho, is your calculation. I don't really believe your arguments, so if you back them with a source that would be great. I mean, the power estimations you gave me of aluminum-recycling, the price would be higher due to high electrical/fuel bills.
Thanks guys, love all the positive comments!
Yeah, I think it's going to be great!
That would be seriously awesome, indeed! But that's for the next project...
But guys... A milled 140mm fan-blade with a 18000RPM RC motor... Yeah, I wouldn't want to be near that beast...
And your comment is also, the nuts!
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