Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by MIGUI, 15 Apr 2009.
Rad looks great mounted, I love the fans.
fans look much better than normal square case fans. What fans are they exactly? This is gonna be a great case mate.
Great mod! Aren't those fans going to suck cool air through the rad from outside, with the air heating up through the rad and blow hot air into the case though?
I have used that compressor before and they give off lots of heat so maybe you shoud isolate cool it off somehow so it doesn't affect the computer temp
I'm back with more updates.
I'm doing a cover that anger in the right side alongside regulators and valves pneumatic circuit. Behind this piece is mounted one of the two cylinders that raise the case.
Use two of these cylinders for the 5 cm to raise the case.
Soon more updates.
i just got out of the shower
and just watched your vid
now i need to change my shorts
thats just to damn sexy
great job btw
thats an amazing project to say the least
WOW, I just noticed the amount of cables you have to work with lol, good luck .
Yes The boy 4rm oz, are much cables.
I've put a bolt to the dump valve as being behind the cover along with the cylinder, so only a small hole with the cover will be enough to turn it.
I have also mounted the left side cylinder.
The attention to detail is unbelievable! If you keep up that level we'll have a contestant for GotY here.
GotY=God of the year?
Does this mean that bit-tech is like Egypt? in that case i vote for:
-g69t as the god of metalwork.
-oldnewby as the god of awesome detail.
-migui as the god of things that go phssst.
-john as the god of all knowingness.
-mankz as the trolling god.
-bill as the god of epicness.
-brad as the paint god.
-e.e.l as the god of nibblingness.
and bindi as the god of the ban hammer (kinda like a modern thor) lol
Talladega as the god of all memes.
My friend! Long time no see! How are you? I see your job and its fantastic as always! I really love the detail and the neat beauty of this project!!! Go on buddy!!!!
I'm loving the case desgin and the amount of detail gone into with the phenumatics...
Cheapskate - God of all things needing blame..
Thanks for the comments guys.
I already have the cover painted and mounted to the cylinder and dump valve.
The hole with the rubber bushing is to open / close the valve (this serves to empty the pneumatic circuit) with an allen wrench through the screw, which I put to the valve, so it is more concealed.
Also I put the cylinder on the right side.
This is beyond awesome!
keep it up!!!!
I already have the feets who uses. A friend of manufactured, on his front feets are fixed cylinder rods that raise the cash.
The feets are made of aluminum which then sends you to anodized or painted black.
This is the bottom of the feets, the recess that is here is to put some rubber or something similar as the other feets of the cases.
The two front feets take this bar to prevent movement (spin) and the rod of the cylinders are not fixed.
This is the idea.
They'll be anodized black? Niiice!
cant wait to see this done. lookin amazing already.
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