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Case Mod - In Progress Tribal's case - Christmas update hehehehe 13/12/2007

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Rodrigo Vicentini, 30 Apr 2006.

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  1. Darkened

    Darkened What's a Dremel?

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    Hot damn, this is coming along great.

    Seems that you've done some bondo work before in your life too, haven't you :hehe: It's still a bit hard to see the big picture, but I do like what I see from these "evolving" bits and pieces, keep it up.

    Janne

    P.S. I laughed when I saw your keys on the table, nice teeth :D
     
  2. Rodrigo Vicentini

    Rodrigo Vicentini What's a Dremel?

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    Tks dude :D the teeth are copy of my teeth natural eheheheheh I had never made before anything as this base, for being the first time I think was good.
     
  3. Rodrigo Vicentini

    Rodrigo Vicentini What's a Dremel?

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    Now I am working the front and the electronic part of the project, this part still doesn't have very material to show, then I decided to do some new buttons for Aerogate III, to test how the final result would be.


    the Aerogate:

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    the result:

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    4 Fans, Vantec Blue clean UV
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    other tests:

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    here the Original and on the side it copies her.
     
  4. mnpctech

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    That base is crazy! I love it.

    Thanks for the props Rodrigo!
     
  5. DAE_JA_VOO

    DAE_JA_VOO What's a Dremel?

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    How did you make those buttons?
     
  6. Evenge

    Evenge Minimodder

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    Well your dremel skill realy are something cool... :cooldude:

    Keep up the good work! :thumb:
     
  7. DuVeL

    DuVeL What's a Dremel?

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    I really love the skull and other tribals.
    Question, do you also do requests? Check your PM-inbox otherwise please.

    Very good!
     
  8. itsjustacompaq

    itsjustacompaq Minimodder

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    if im not mistaken, he somehow got some extra buttons, or buttons from other aerogates and sanded them down to clear acrylic. then he painted them in a couple different ways.
     
  9. Rodrigo Vicentini

    Rodrigo Vicentini What's a Dremel?

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    tks dude :D :D


    first I made one copies in silicon of the original button, I used acrylic of dental prosthesis that and more fluid, the only problem that if to do these buttons, it is that if you had needed a pressure cooker type to remove the air bubbles.

    tks dude, I am happy with your comment.

    dude, forgive me for the delay in answering you, I will arrive the box now. thank you for the comment.



    no dude, I did the new buttons in acrylic, later I will put a basic step-to-step here: D
     
  10. Rodrigo Vicentini

    Rodrigo Vicentini What's a Dremel?

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    now a question for you:
    in the freight I should use:

    Two skull
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    or One skulls:

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    now one more pictures of illumination:

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  11. Rodrigo Vicentini

    Rodrigo Vicentini What's a Dremel?

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    I had to close the old hole of PSU, then I decided to do a new cut (mini-cut to be more exact hehehe), the problem and that I only had a single disk to cut, I thought it would not get, result:

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    comments and suggestions for the improvement of the healthy project well coming friends :D
     
  12. B[x]

    B[x] What's a Dremel?

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    Those are some nice cuts, there. I'll always respect those that can maneuver a rotary tool in small designs. It may not be the best tool for the job but it does the trick in this case.

    I'd go with one skull, two seems like overkill.
     
  13. Teyber

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    wow thats awsome!

    i used to have a mercedes slk, (even though im 15 years old), then my dad got a job.

    hahah jkjk, man i was looking for a place to put that lol im kiddin.

    Excelent dremeling. what dremel is that?(like what model)
     
  14. Rodrigo Vicentini

    Rodrigo Vicentini What's a Dremel?

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    Tks man, I used a skull only, thank you very much for the comments.


    this is some competitive mark of the dremell, dicamos that and a more popular dremell. the name of the mark and FORT
     
  15. Rodrigo Vicentini

    Rodrigo Vicentini What's a Dremel?

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    returning my worklog, I will show the front of the project.

    I had made a front different from this, but I committed a mistake when trying to do the mold in plaster, then I decided to change the front drawing, I think this was better.
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    here and my work place, very tight
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    refazendo o trabalho todo
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    here a picture of as it was the course, a ready side and the other almost finishing, that after some 3 hours
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    general vision of the whole thing
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    good the part of the wax is finished, now we will make the negative form of this whole wax.

    here and as I decided to do, I divided the front in 4 parts, my previous mistake went to try to do everything at once the front didn't simply leave the plaster, I had to break everything. of this it sorts things out that I did leaves perfectly.
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  16. Rodrigo Vicentini

    Rodrigo Vicentini What's a Dremel?

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    filling with plaster, I used plaster special type IV.
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    after some 2 hours drying, mold negative leaves with the whole wax in him
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    now that the mold loosened and hour of doing the "cover" she will be with the front format, that guarantees the fitting of the pieces in front of the case
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    after the ready "cover" and hour of removing the whole wax.
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    molds and their covers:
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    the tribal of some of the lateral ones:
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    and his "cover":
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    now the wax transformation for acrylic
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    closing the form, will have to press the cover against the form the more possible fort, then I used the chair to do this force in my place hehehehe
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    after ready:
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  17. ComputerKing

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    DAm! I don't know how I missed this! WOWOW Dude that inside work is amaizng!!!!! Dude every thing is kickass in your case! WOW, Can't wait any more. UPDATE!

    Good luck.
     
  18. Rodrigo Vicentini

    Rodrigo Vicentini What's a Dremel?

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    Hi Dude, thank you for the comment, excuse the delay but and that I was not with time remaining to continue the project, but now I have innovations
     
  19. Rodrigo Vicentini

    Rodrigo Vicentini What's a Dremel?

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    hello friends, I delayed a time, but I am back, and with innovations, the project this steering for the end.

    here the mold in plaster of the skull, I don't have picture later without wax because it finished the battery of the camera
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    acrylic to do the tribal of the foot of the cabinet: D and the finish to be very aligned with the drawing of the foot.
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    here the form of the front door of the case:
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  20. Rodrigo Vicentini

    Rodrigo Vicentini What's a Dremel?

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    the skull already ready:
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    here pictures of the front and front door mounted:
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