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Scratch Build – In Progress Project "Fury" :) New Update (30-11-2011)! ,2nd November

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by fangame, 2 Nov 2010.

  1. djzic

    djzic Bokehlicious!

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    You dream, you get! :thumb:
    Good work as usual ;)
     
  2. Dot_Kappa

    Dot_Kappa 100% Puppet

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    Can you open the roof step by step with this schema or just "close or open" option?
    What is the lcd function?
     
  3. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    Yes, I think this too... :thumb:
    Thanks! :)


    Now, I can just put fins "close or open", but maybe I can add an 'step by step' mod, in the future. :)
    And the LCD is a little screen,
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    where I will post the temperature sensed by the probe.:)
     
  4. Korvus

    Korvus May contain traces of sanity.

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    Fantastic metalwork, circuitwork, design.. I could go on :D Keep it up!
     
  5. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    Yeah! Thanks! :D:D



    New update of the work done this weekend: the HDD support.

    Already I would like to announce my error, :(
    When I have pick up all the coasts on a HDD, the fixation holes are 45mm x 95mm pitch,
    but when I creating the HDD on SolidWorks, I have enter 45mm x 90mm.
    So all were going well, perfect integration. Except that when I have trying before build, I realized the mistake.
    And the screws came up against the rails HDD... :(
    So I made an intermediate plate... :)

    Now I can start! :D

    Here for the first picture, the aluminum 4mm plate that serves mounting rail: :)
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    To begin, I drilled mounting holes of the intermediate plate on the rail (3mm hole)
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    Then I drilled holes at spacings of hard drive so I can hang this one on the intermediate plate:
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    What I say may be a bit messy but you'll see a photo at the end with all the montage.

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    Then I sanded with sandpaper the plates so that they can slide perfectly into the rails.
    Here is the result:
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    Once done, I drilled the intermediate plate:)
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    With a jigsaw and the finish with a lime:
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    Then drilling any mounting holes:
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    And I cut the four pieces with shears:
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    After sanding:
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    And now here is the final montage:
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    And in the case:
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    :)

    Then of course if I had not made the stupid mistake I could have done something more practical,
    But I had to correct the problem...
    :)
     
  6. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    I have receive the 2.8mm female connectors for the Power button, so I have mount and sheathed their wire. :)
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    A connector crimped:
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    And I have test the button:
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    There he is with his ungainly cable:
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    And, after I sleeved it: :)
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    That pretty so much! :)
    It's not a MDPC-X sleeve kit! But it's just a professional sleeve who was in my house.
    However it's good quality and nice! :D

    Otherwise, I also installed the coolers on my Rheobus:
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    :)
     
  7. Dot_Kappa

    Dot_Kappa 100% Puppet

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    yes, very nice sleeve!!
    What's the vendor?
     
  8. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    I have bought this sleeve in a french website: Conrad


    The picture of the work made on Friday and Saturday:
    Program,
    • SSD fixation

    • Beginning assembly

    • CPU door

    • stick grids

    I started doing a test the sticking of the grid,
    So I started by putting the grid to the good size and I delineate the sticking area with tape:
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    The glue looks like joint. :)

    After I weld the bottom plate to the chassis:
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    Once this is complete, I realized the fixations of the side doors,
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    Here is the structure ready to receive the rings:
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    Once that is soldered, I soldered the back plate, and glued the power supply fixation plate.:
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    And I have pierced the doors at the locations of rings:
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    In the same way I pierced the other side door and make her brackets:
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    Then I drilled mounting holes for a SSD
    At first I did not want integrate a SSD, I think it's overpriced,
    but I told myself that a modern PC without SSD is not really a modern PC :D
    So ultimately I think installing a 64GB SSD later.
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    After I set up the CPU door,
    I started by gluing the hinges on the door:
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    Then I welded a pawn in order to catch it and then I stuck to the plate:
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    Then I soldered the plate of cable management in the bottom of the case:
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    And finally, I glued the remaining grids :)
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    Normally I'll start painting today
    (CD player Support, Rheobus support, hdd support, doors,...)
    and look to install the servomotor. :D
     
  9. djzic

    djzic Bokehlicious!

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    updates! moar! :p
     
  10. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    Yes I am sorry for the late, but last week, I had to make the project folder, then I had two exams to integrate engineering schools. So I have not had time to update the forum. :(
    It's nice of you to wait for updates:blush:



    So here is the progress of the project:)
    As I've said, I have started painting the case:
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    Then I glued the hard disk support always with the same adhesive:
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    The 4 rails in place on the support:
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    I then secured the support rails.
    A small picture of a whole:
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    Then I was making some purchases in a local shop, to buy seventy 3mm and 4mm screws, pins for the HDD support and stop rings for the fins. :D
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    Then I glued the motherboard fixation plate after having previously installed the spacers.
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    Here the plate kept for drying:
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    Next step, install the operating rod of the fins, and the servomotor, I started by drilling each fin:
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    Then I realized the rod:)
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    Here are the pieces that constitute the operating shafts, ready to be welded:
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    The rod finished:
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    Then I installed the rod on the fins, and began installing the servomotor, for information I had first thought to use a Futaba S3003 and then I finally opted for a S3150, which has metal gears, and is two times smaller. :)
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    Here is the installation of the servomotor:
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    Everything works perfectly, the servomotor has ample strength. For the program (basic language),for interested people, I can give it you ... :)
    Yesterday I started to mount hardware in the case, so I post the pictures soon! :) :thumb:
     
  11. djzic

    djzic Bokehlicious!

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  12. pyro1son

    pyro1son Linux User!

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    This is going to be amazing! :jawdrop:
     
  13. ficklampa

    ficklampa What's a Dremel?

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    Looks like a more rigid construction than Alienwares... Got one in for service, what a joke that was. Thin metal that was worn down after only a few weeks, so the fins jammed and made the small motor jump sprockets..

    Nice build mate, will be following this
     
  14. Thecyp31

    Thecyp31 Mini moddeur

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    superbe taff !! tu avait pas un post sur hfr a une époque ?
     
  15. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    Yeah! Thanks :rock:

    I don't know anything about the operating principle of the alienware case but it's true that my Mod is very solid ... :)
    And thank for your compliment! ;)

    Merci, et oui effectivement j'ai un post sur HFR, que je tiens toujours à jour... ;)




    Today, photos of the case monatge... :)

    So I started by installing the rad provided by Arctic Cooling:
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    Below, pictures of the box before mounting:
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    First part of montage, the cache of the motherboard:)
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    Then I mounted the two 80mm fans at the rear with anti-vibration support from Aquatuning:
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    Then the two 140mm Fractal Design fans offered by Aquatuning:
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    Always mounted with anti-vibration support. :thumb:

    Switch of the CCFL:
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    Then I mounted the configuration:
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    For information, it's composed of:
    Asus P5QD Turbo
    Core2Duo E8400 @ 4GHz stable 24/24h
    MSI R5870
    Corsair 4GB DDR2

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    Next step, mounting of the Seasonic 760W X-Series power supply:
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    Then, screw for 120mm fans, support of hard drives and DVD drives:
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    Then I crimp pod for the neon switches, because the blue pods were horrible... :D
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    Installing the front control panel:
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    And to finish installation of the 140mm fans at the front:
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    For fun, the fury case with my Sonata III at his side:
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    So, I promised you put the videos tomorrow, I do it tonight and I put them online!
    :D:thumb:
     
  16. The boy 4rm oz

    The boy 4rm oz Project: Elegant-Li

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    WOW, looks fantastic mate, coming together very well. Keep it up :thumb:.
     
  17. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    Thanks! ;)


    As expected here are the videos... :D

    The first, opening of the fins, the test is performed with Unigine Heaven
    Note that this is a bit long but I have to do tests on the best location of the probe.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9oBDD1wpR4

    The second video shows when the fins closes...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s98TXvWkRCA

    Tell me what do you think of this! :)
     
  18. djzic

    djzic Bokehlicious!

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    Wow! Amazing!

    Don't mean to burst your bubble but that sleeve is nowhere near the quality of mdpc-x sleeve. You could send it to Martin who does pro sleeving ;)
     
  19. Waynio

    Waynio Relaxing

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    Awesome fangame :thumb: do the top fans only come on also when the fins open or do they keep spinning even when the fins are closed?.
     
  20. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    Yes it's sure but it's not me who sleeved the ATX 24pin extension...
    It's a Phobya sleeved extension offer by Aquatuning:
    Link to the product

    But I agree that on your link, the products are beautiful, but I think when you have a pc configuration like mine, it is better to put his money in hardware... ;)


    When the temperature increases, at 32°C, the fins open, and at 35°C the fan switches on.
    When the temperature decreases, at 34°C the fan switches off, and at 27°C the fins closed.

    The temperature sensor is glued to the graphics card heatsink with thermal adhesive paste.
    ;)
     
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