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Start folding that bad boy and you'll have my vote for sure thumb.gif
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Well I had some time on my hands today so I thought I would finish up the fan mod for my Dimastech bench. I painted the clear 200mm cooler master fan black and sleeved the cable. i also cut the brackets down a bit and painted those. This is what I ended up with. What do you think?

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hahahah I had the exact same background when I was messing around with a triple monitor setup too!
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which paint would you recommend for painting white fans ?
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which paint would you recommend for painting white fans ?

I used a paint made for plastic, you can find it at your local hobby store. Back in the day I was into RC cars big time so I had a crap load of the paint you use to paint the RC car bodies. Just make sure you scuff it up a bit and that the paint isn't too cold. I tend to run it under hot water for a minute.
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hahahah I had the exact same background when I was messing around with a triple monitor setup too!

HA..yeah...it was hard trying to find a background in the res i needed and I always ended up with this one. I have since then replaced the triple setup with a single Dell U3011. LOVE IT!
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I used a paint made for plastic, you can find it at your local hobby store. Back in the day I was into RC cars big time so I had a crap load of the paint you use to paint the RC car bodies. Just make sure you scuff it up a bit and that the paint isn't too cold. I tend to run it under hot water for a minute.

Like scuff it up mean, run some fine grit over the fans before painting?
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Use 400 grit take the shine off the plastic then use a flexible plastic primer. Sand your primer with wet and dry 800 the top coat.
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I have a Dumbasstech also....
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OCN requires you to give me the build, or it's 3000$ fine for awesomeness
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.I have come to a point with my love of PC building where I think it’s time to move on. I remember coming to this site and spending hours upon hours looking through the post getting great ideas and checking out all the new original ideas.

Some of the builds where just so refreshing and ahead of there time. Slowly all of the great builders left the site and some stopped building all together. If anyone would like to still see the builds they are on my Youtube channel found here.

Burnt out? I don’t know…… I build for the build..if that makes any sense, so with that I leave you with this. Do something different. Do something that will make people want to emulate what you have done. Be original and always be helpful.

It’s been fun.

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