Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by illvit, 14 Dec 2004.
yup glad you took our advice.
Of course I will listen to you. That's the reason why I am posting here.
Looks much better now. Actually looks pretty "icey"!
Thanks! Finally I got the effect I wanted
The case is not skew anymore
To lower the sound and vibrasion, I used some silikontubes, and glued it under the pump.
That is what it look like in the case
So what do you think? Is it nice work or not?
ummmm no comment...
why did you glue in the pump...
Cause I don't want the pump to float around, but stay on a place.
I dont think it will float...but im saying, why not screws, or something else that doesnt look so...ugly.
Im sorry to be harsh, but you really need to stop this mod. It really isnt hard to make a straight cut...but EVERY single cut of yours is Grossly crooked. Please learn how to work with wood before you try to make something out of it.
amen, but i hate flaming peoples because i then get flames :\
Twas Harse but true. Maby you should try making it out of plexi. easier to get a nice result. , good luck in the future
"men" is also swedish and "but" is "mutta" @ finnish
Oot tehny loistavaa työtä
You have made excellent job!
I agree about the crooked cuts, but I would definately finish the mod. You will learn alot by finishing this, and it will definately worth it. Just remember not to rush anything and to take your time, because it will be worth it in the end.
Great work though for the tools you have, can't wait to se it finished
Looks like this thread is fit for the 'Disaster Mods' section
i disagree with the rest. i think you should keep going. Not alot of people have the balls to make their own case- but you did. I say finish it.
I don't want to appear nasty, because I mean this with the greatest respect for what you're doing, but maybe you need to pay more attention to the quality of your work and make sure you get things right first-time, because this is what sponsors want from you, and you can't let them down. Carry it on because it's worth it, and we all learn from our mistakes, but makes sure the rest is top-notch mate
You should really get some better tools, cuz u won't get far with a hacksaw and some screwdrivers.
Im sure these " sponsors " expect a proper mod instead of something anyone would expect from a 15 year old.
Im sure it's impressive for most kids to do something like this, but there are dozens of young kids doing a fine job with the proper tools, I was 15 when I did a koolance mod with a pc70 with products acquired for review which were more expensive than my montly income at the time, it turned out great, but that was mainly because I had the right tools ( thx dad ).
With the right tools, and the right mind to it, u can make fantastic casemods.
Allright! I promise that this will end up to be a cool case.
Amen to all above, i agree, i was 13 when i started modding, got an old case out, hacked it up with handtools (was scared of powertools at that age!)
sanded all the panels, sprayed it, made it look quite sweet, im 15 now, and on my 9th or so mod, man get your cuts straight and why are you glueing the pump! ffs araldite it, that looks like PVA glue, and is that like a normal food box, man how you planning on getting ANY barbs into that, the material will just snap or rip up
if i had sponsers my mods would be alot better, maybe i should try to get some
Yup, just keep playing around. Make sure you notice how tings go together, and how you could have made them go together better after you are done. That way the next time you make soemthing, they just get better and better. GL.
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