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Originally Posted by Furball Zen;14830444 
Without knowing the dimensions, heres a 200mm 'grill' design. The cutouts are 10mm wide, so airflow should NOT be a problem lol.

Hmmm, I like that.
Edited by Lutro0 - 9/5/11 at 11:25am
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So do I!
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Then check out this rough (dimension wise) draft. It would be 3 pieces with white behind the black stripe and the bottom of the 'p' in black behind the bottom white piece.

lutro0.jpg
Edited by Furball Zen - 9/5/11 at 4:10pm
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Originally Posted by Furball Zen;14833725 
Then check out this rough (dimension wise) draft. It would be 3 pieces with white behind the black stripe and the bottom of the 'p' in black behind the bottom white piece.

lutro0.jpg

O.o I dun see it.
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Odd, first time thats happened, i could see it and your reply fine. I attached it to the other post.
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Odd, first time thats happened, i could see it and your reply fine. I attached it to the other post.

ooOO, I see it now, I’m actually working on it right now, and getting the fine measurements.
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Nice work LutroO thumb.gif +rep
I have personally never done any sleeving, but watching your thread along with some others I have seen here, make me want to give it a try. Very inspirational.

One question for you though. Why did you replace the fan in the power supply instead of just painting the 135mm fan blade white? Was the 135mm fan faulty?
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Nice work LutroO thumb.gif +rep
I have personally never done any sleeving, but watching your thread along with some others I have seen here, make me want to give it a try. Very inspirational.

One question for you though. Why did you replace the fan in the power supply instead of just painting the 135mm fan blade white? Was the 135mm fan faulty?

Good question, I wanted to paint it, But I personally didn’t like using a painted fan is such a place that it would be hard to get at if it chipped or what not. So after much thinking I figured out that I could change out the fan easily. I like the uniqueness of it as it makes the fan pop a tad. But in the end it was simply for durability.
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