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Case Mod - In Progress [Project] :::Flow::: (SNiiPE's V2110) - 22, August - Video, finishing off :)

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by SNiiPE_DoGG, 14 Apr 2009.

  1. Floyd

    Floyd Wire Twister

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    Am I the only one that cannot read this kinda crap?
     
  2. skreenname

    skreenname SFF Forever

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    Holy crap.
    I love what you did with the 24pin wire.
     
  3. Cryptic

    Cryptic What's a Dremel?

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    love the 24pin wire
     
  4. SwiftDestiny101

    SwiftDestiny101 Has a wire neatness fetish...

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    Dude the time and the patience to do those wires! Just wow! But the end result was so worth it :)

    I'm not sure what makes me shudder more, your photography setup or your frikkin awsome PC's :D
     
  5. SNiiPE_DoGG

    SNiiPE_DoGG Engineering The Extreme

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    thankyou guys for the comments, my dad is working on learning video and so far he is doing a really great job :D

    there is a new version of the video at the same url (http://dennishelmar.com/video/) enjoy :D
     
  6. ry@n

    ry@n Minimodder

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    Really nicely put together video, this whole mod looks really elegant. The blue accents work well.
     
  7. SNiiPE_DoGG

    SNiiPE_DoGG Engineering The Extreme

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    Thankyou Ryan :)

    Currently I am cutting granite on the wetsaw, should have granite floor pics tonight :thumb:
     
  8. Von Lazuli

    Von Lazuli I get by fine with a jig-saw.

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    May just be me... but that sounds absolutely awesome... To think, I was looking at some spare tiling I had when I was modding and contemplating, then I dismissed it on weight and difficulty to cut nicely.

    Amazing to hear that you embraced the granite, I am a sucker for stonework, but I haven't seen it in a computer yet...
     
  9. SNiiPE_DoGG

    SNiiPE_DoGG Engineering The Extreme

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    I hope you like this Von Lazuli :D the wetsaw was a breeze to cut this, from what I hear granite is a very easy material to work with on the wetsaw :) Hedgehog has made his return :p: I just kinda forget sometimes to put him in pics...

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  10. JaredC01

    JaredC01 Hardware Nut

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    Yummy... :D
     
  11. Von Lazuli

    Von Lazuli I get by fine with a jig-saw.

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    Wow... that is beautiful... You did just add 4 kilograms to the weight of the build, but the shiny black and depth that granite has makes up for it.

    I know that those photos do not really pay it justice, but granite is just such a nice material.
     
  12. ry@n

    ry@n Minimodder

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    You know you have a killer rig when it has a polished granite floor!!
     
  13. skreenname

    skreenname SFF Forever

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    I stand by what I said earlier.
    Looks like a render.
    I need a studio thing like you've got for pictures.
    And a nice Camera.
     
  14. SNiiPE_DoGG

    SNiiPE_DoGG Engineering The Extreme

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    Indeed it has an almost holographic depth and character. the granite only weights 7lbs
    so it is not bad at all weight wise :D
    hehe, that was the original concept - took me forever to find the stuff, turned out I just found it at lowes for cheap :thumb:

    thanks skreenname :D :rock:
     
  15. The boy 4rm oz

    The boy 4rm oz Project: Elegant-Li

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    That granite floor looks fantastic, very, very cool.
     
  16. stonedsurd

    stonedsurd Is a cackling Yuletide Belgian

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    Phenomenal. :thumb:
    Love stonework meself - absolutely ZERO expertise to do anything about it.
     
  17. DonT-FeaR

    DonT-FeaR I know what a fk'n Dremel is ok.:D

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    very awesome indeed
     
  18. SNiiPE_DoGG

    SNiiPE_DoGG Engineering The Extreme

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    Thanks 4rm oz :) you are a great supporter of modder's projects :)

    Thankyou stonesurd - I also have never cut stone before, I borrowed the wetsaw from my girlfriends house and just started measuring and cutting, I found it very easy, much more so than metal work.

    thanks Don-Fear, cheers :thumb:



    My package from Lamptron is out for delivery! pics tonight!
     
  19. UnFixed

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    Completely agree as well.
    Had to lean into the monitor to believe otherwise.

    I'm having trouble not being impressed every time you update.
     
  20. MomijiTMO

    MomijiTMO [=

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    At least you will know that your case will not be top heavy. Looking nice Sniipe.
     

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