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project : dark UV energy

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by megaglowz, 5 Jan 2005.

  1. rowan57

    rowan57 New Member

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    Franklin, i presume you were talking to me? did i say he was going to put all those fans in the case? did i not use smilies to indicate a joke?
     
  2. ouija

    ouija Trust me, I am doctor!

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    Hehe those fans remind me of the metal 120mm fans in an old network cabinet at work. It had four of them, powered from the mains, and the blades were metal as well :D Weighed a tonne.

    Looking good. I'd like to see how this goes :thumb:
     
  3. megaglowz

    megaglowz New Member

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    this is going to take a while.

    15 disks so far...and 2 solid hrs.

    15= 5 reinforced and 10 of the thick ones.lol..geesh

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    my cat bella telling me im making the house smell....lol
     
  4. rowan57

    rowan57 New Member

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    Lookin good, not a cheap cut then? lol, maybe you could use a different tool? i dont know what would be suitable but somethin has to be easier than the dremel n thousands of disks?
     
  5. The_Resetter

    The_Resetter I LIKE CAKE!

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    Dont apply pressure on the dremel, let the disk do the cutting not the otherway around, i can cut that pannel with 5 thin disks those brown ones (if i wanted to cuz that will take longer)
     
  6. megaglowz

    megaglowz New Member

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    i highly doubt that...lol

    this case i realy thick.if i go any slower i wont even be cutting...lol
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  7. megaglowz

    megaglowz New Member

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    ok.....cuts done on window.

    first step done....whew....still have to file file file...and lots of carefull sanding tomorrow

    took a total of 25 disk's to cut..

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    there is no drawing left on the panel...every thing you see is a cut...i was kinda suprised at how it turned out...yay :D

    next thing to fabricate are the drive cages..ill start cutting on those after i get the side panel all filed,sanded, and primered.

    the front will be getting a kick azz intake...pics of that planned mod soon.

    not sure at this point...im kinda just winging it with a basic plan in my head.


    ok all....im off to file some...have fun!!!! :cool:
     
  8. rowan57

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    That window looks great, deffo worth the time and effort :)
     
  9. huren

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    amen too that.

    OT.

    liek the design of the window. looks great cut. :D
     
  10. reject

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    great window design keeping a tab on this mod :thumb:
     
  11. -Enforcer-5716M4

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    Love the look of that sidepanel! I also love when old beige cases are being modified!
     
  12. Isuo

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    32$ :jawdrop: .
    That means you can send me couple of them for free... :naughty:

    Btw. The side panel looks GREAT.
     
  13. infered101

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    Wow is that window have sharp edges. That could do some damage to your cat lol. MEOEOOEOEOEOOWOWOWOWOwwww.
     
  14. megaglowz

    megaglowz New Member

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    update

    PLEASE READ BEFORE LOOKING..ALL LEDS ARE U.V. PURPLE..NEED BETTER CAMERA..LOL
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    Test of leds.

    still do do....diffuse leds,paint front black.

    im debating putting leds in the slots i had originaly planed....(ie)

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    i think it will make it to busy.... :rolleyes:
     
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  15. infered101

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    Hey what color are the leds HEHEHEHEHEH. Ah im jk lol i had to do this.
     
  16. megaglowz

    megaglowz New Member

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    ooook....this is the secret.

    if i can figure this crap out...ill amaze myself....lol

    piece of 1/8 plexiglass.
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    fred...lol
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    HOT...LOL
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    it will probibly take me quite a few trys and time to do this....ill keep you guy updated as i try this...

    if you cant guess what im doing....good...lol
     
  17. Fr0z3n

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    If your doing what I think you are...then that window is going to kick some major ass. :rock:
     
  18. DoNuT

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    What are you thinking he's gonna do. I'm stumped. :eyebrow:
     
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    At first I thought he was going to stick the skull in the window then I thought he is going to melt the window into the shape of the skull and have a 3D window.
     
  20. Shadowcaster

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    That looks like a nice wiring job with the UV leds. Shed some light on how you set that up.
     

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