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post #161 of 2252 Old 10-12-2012, 06:23 PM
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At least you are sure it's not gonna chip off under heat biggrin.gif Not to mention it's going to look amazing

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I thought for sure the Rads would have got here today mad.gif Tracking did Update , so I see no reason that they wont be Delivered Tomorrow. rolleyes.gif

On another front , my other Orange Paint just made it to Minneapolis so theres another day of waiting Too... rolleyes.gif
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I thought for sure the Rads would have got here today mad.gif Tracking did Update , so I see no reason that they wont be Delivered Tomorrow. rolleyes.gif
On another front , my other Orange Paint just made it to Minneapolis so theres another day of waiting Too... rolleyes.gif

Wth?!?!?!?!? That's priority mail and they're taking longer??? Could be this stupid (I don't celebrate) past holiday mad.gif

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Yeah, mad I hate waiting for parts. I think all of us do..mad.gif
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Yeah, mad I hate waiting for parts. I think all of us do..mad.gif
I have worse: Waiting for money for the parts. Now excuse me, I'm going to kill some paypal employees gunner.gif

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Ok.. so first time PSU sleever and want to try my hand at it. I have worked in the Electrical Field for years so I do know some . Mainly High Voltage stuff though 460 480v .and a lot of Low voltage control circuits.,.. so what i am most curious about is where do i get the sleeving material? What Material is best? Need Orange and Black Obviously.. I did find MDPC but closed all the time. Anybody Shed some light on what would be best. Here is the PSU I would like to use.
Should work with this one?? I need a little help... and yes I am starting to search but am relying on Pro Sleevers for some tips. Looks like the Right Pin tool is a good thing to have?

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I have worse: Waiting for money for the parts. Now excuse me, I'm going to kill some paypal employees gunner.gif
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Yeah...... NOT specool.gif Paypal. That Sucks
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Not sure what you are asking... Get MDPC-X sleeving. Just use the DE website to figure out the colors you want and then wait for the International site to open up. He has the date/time when it is open to put your purchase through.
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Not sure what you are asking... Get MDPC-X sleeving. Just use the DE website to figure out the colors you want and then wait for the International site to open up. He has the date/time when it is open to put your purchase through.
I was hoping you would see this. I saw what you used to sleeve and it looked like you didnt have to use Heatshrink tubing? You just melted the sleeve ?
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Yep. Using a soldering iron. It does take practice though. Let me know if you need help doing it.


Side note. If you want cheaper sleeving I have some old TechFlex I used in Honeycomb before I switched to MDPC. It is cheaper and also does not look as good.
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