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Case Mod - In Progress Project Extreme Lian Li II (Part 2)

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Ediejo, 30 Mar 2007.

  1. Ediejo

    Ediejo What's a Dremel?

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    @ComputerKing, it’s just a hobby. But I try to do my best. I cannot live from casemodding so I must still work for my money. :duh:

    Today starting with a big vile and sanding job.

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    That’s fit.

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    Some drawing for the part I must saw.

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    This is not so hard to saw.

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    But this is really exciting to saw so close to the edge.

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    Last part of it I will do it with file and sanding paper.

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    Remove a part from the case and place the Plexiglas on his place. It fits nice with the side panel.

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    The left side looks terrible but it’s so close to the edge to saw. So I keep that part for the file and the sanding paper. When I saw it so close to the edge, I think it will break when I do some work at it.


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    See you soon.
     
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  2. ComputerKing

    ComputerKing <img src="http://forums.bit-tech.net/images/smilie

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    HAHAH This is my Lucky day! all Nice updates on it ;) I really Love it, Your work is amazing!!!!!! You doing very well :)

    hey you not gonna cut that little part at the end of the Pexil! or it will be useble on the other part ;)

    Also I don't know if it the photo or my eye or some thing! you can see that place for the mobo I\O on the left it's kinda not in one line! I don't know ( It sux, You said that but it make it look sux ) don't know what happen with you

    Well done
     
  3. Ediejo

    Ediejo What's a Dremel?

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    Today I started with the file job. It’s a job that takes some time. I must be careful. It’s small and Plexiglas

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    This is not so hard.

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    This part will be exiting. I do it step by step. Maximum peace of Plexiglas between 2 grips 5 cm. File that part. Move the grips and do the same again.

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    And not broken. :rock:

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    Also for the other parts that I must file. I use the iron (Dutch name angle line) When I hit the iron with the file. It’s ready. ;)

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    Some close up photos.

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    Next part for tomorrow. ;)
     
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  4. x06jsp

    x06jsp da ginger monkey!!!!

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    looking good as allways ediejo:thumb:
     
  5. ComputerKing

    ComputerKing <img src="http://forums.bit-tech.net/images/smilie

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    That's is slick! It's perfect cut! well done. I don't know how it happned, it was sux then some sanding and it's shiny ;)

    I love the work
     
  6. theAlien

    theAlien I know what a Dremel is....

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    looking very good......I love the mirror polished finish of the PSU bracket....that piece alone is just beautiful....:thumb:

    Alan
     
  7. Ediejo

    Ediejo What's a Dremel?

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    @x06jsp, thanks.

    @ComputerKing, ;)

    @theAlien, there will be more aluminum that’s like the PSU bracket.

    And continue with the file job from the backside.
    First lock up the Plexiglas again.

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    Almost nothing to see but I am try to file here.

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    And straight.

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    Next part. ;)

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    First part done. Only the fan hole to go.

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    But that’s for tomorrow.
     
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  8. IanJackson

    IanJackson Photographer & Modder

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    cant wait for the finished product!!! keep it up!!!:thumb:
     
  9. THEkorean

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    wow! nice work, what kind of scroll saw blade are you using there?? is it spiral bit, what TPI is it? haha sorry about all the questions, I'm just frustrated cause i cant figure out what kind of blades to buy for my saw so i can cut plexi like that
     
  10. theAlien

    theAlien I know what a Dremel is....

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    aahh.........more SEXY stuff to follow....... [​IMG] can't wait to see it....

    Alan
     
  11. arkadur

    arkadur What's a Dremel?

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    very nice work on the Plexiglas !
     
  12. ComputerKing

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    Nice work budy, Very nice it worth what you doing! now it's kinda perfect, you fixed it very well!
     
  13. Ediejo

    Ediejo What's a Dremel?

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    And continue with the fanhole.

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    The worst part is coming..

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    When there is 2 mm of aluminum behind the Plexiglas it’s much.

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    And now way to use the iron to clasp it.

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    I keep it a little bigger. I think when I make it smaller it breaks.

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    Use sanding paper for the edges and I like t this way.

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    It starts to look something.

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    Next part same story but this time aluminum.

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    Drawing the contours from the plexi on the aluminum.

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    And sawing the aluminum.

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    Still some file and sanding work to do.

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    And polishing but that’s for next week. ;)

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    It will be a worse job to put some led’s in the small plexi but I try it.

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    See you soon.
     
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    That looks very nice indeed.
     
  15. x06jsp

    x06jsp da ginger monkey!!!!

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    looking awesome as usual!
     
  16. Ediejo

    Ediejo What's a Dremel?

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    I use these blades.

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    The 28 740 for the Plexiglas.
    The 28 744 for aluminum
    The 28 106 also for aluminum very fine saw.
     
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  17. tranc3

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    wow. thats beautiful.. how hard would you say cutting aluminum is? and were did you order it from?
     
  18. Ediejo

    Ediejo What's a Dremel?

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    @trance3, it’s easy to saw that aluminum. I buy the saws here at the local store just around the corner from me. Only for you to far away. Check the site from proxxon and you will found a store close to you.

    Some more file work to do.

    This time I do not using the iron with the file job.

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    That aluminum from AC-Ryan is very good to handle.

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    First part done.

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    But enough to do.

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    I like t.

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    At last the long small peace.

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    Sanding and polishing is for tomorrow.

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    See you soon.
     
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  19. x06jsp

    x06jsp da ginger monkey!!!!

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    looking great as per usuall.
     
  20. widmod

    widmod Minimodder

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    stunning work
    :jawdrop: :jawdrop: as always
     
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