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post #1121 of 1503
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This is what i'm doing,

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As soon as I have a solider method down pat and ironed out the kinks I will show you guys.
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post #1122 of 1503
Intrigued. I tried to do a corner like that and I just plan sucked at it.
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It's strong it's able to be finished so joints wont be visible in paint.

I don't have much to go on with it's not something that is covered much.
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I think after posting 1,000+ pics with no one complaining until this one guy, you shouldn't worry about him at all. The fact that you even took the time to accommodate his request and change your sizing says a lot. I'm doing a work log with probably a fraction of the amount of work you're doing, and that's no easy task in itself. I think many people, including myself, appreciate the time and energy you're putting into this build and the amount of knowledge you've shared. Keep on keepin' on man thumb.gif
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post #1125 of 1503
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Thanks mate, Im starting to enter a new chapter . I don't have guides to follow or examples to pull from.
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Remember when I said I thought the rad grills were going to stick out like 2 cm and you replied that I was wrong 'cause that would look silly? thumbsupsmiley.png
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Originally Posted by mybadomen View Post

Hey sil3nt_dr3ams how heavy is that case? It must weight a ton.I am only asking because i have a huge sheet of sheet metal here i am dying to use but its thicker then the normal PC case so i was kinda worried about using it.But after watching the steel you are adding i think it might work out perfect.My only concern is like i spoke with you before about and that's my arc welder blowing through not the thicker sheet metal but the case metal itself.Di you ever post anything on that water and ice trick you talked about for welding thin stuff?Or am i better off grabbing a cheap lightweight Mig. I think i can grab one at harbor freight when they go on sale for under 100 bucks.But i am so used to me little arc welder i am sorta nervous switching over to a cheap Mig.I have ised nice Lincoln migs and they are the nuts but i doubt the cheap one will work nearly as good.But you never know i guess because the sheet metal is so thin.I know i blow right through it on only 30 amps with my stick welder if i am not very fast.And there is no chance of starting with a puddle before making a bead because i would blow through before i even got close to a puddle going.Basically have you used one of those small cheap Migs? Are they worth the investment or just a waste of money.The welding shop around the corner from me is huge but for my stick welder they only have 1 size and type rod for it.I did try 2 other sizes though but still just to hot for the thin metal. I have welded for years but on nice Big equipment.Its a whole new ballgame with really thing sheet metal.
Any advice appreciated mate. And of course still loving the build. Cant wait to see this thing finished.
Take Care Mate MybadOmen


 

Here is a trick I picked up from work when wire welding thin stuff (18ga-11ga). Grab a bar of ~1/4" aluminum and clamp it along the seam. Because aluminum can't be fused with ferrous metals it will help the bead from blowing through and let you lay down a nice "hot" bead so you can get good fusion then grind/sand it down later. It may stick a little but should knock off with little effort. As for making nice corners I just keep adding metal and the trim it down later, one of the nice things about metal vs. wood.

post #1128 of 1503
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I think after posting 1,000+ pics with no one complaining until this one guy, you shouldn't worry about him at all. The fact that you even took the time to accommodate his request and change your sizing says a lot. I'm doing a work log with probably a fraction of the amount of work you're doing, and that's no easy task in itself. I think many people, including myself, appreciate the time and energy you're putting into this build and the amount of knowledge you've shared. Keep on keepin' on man thumb.gif

I totally agree with this. Sil3nt you are the man. keep it up.


patiently awaiting more awesomeness.
post #1129 of 1503
where's my daily dose? I'm starting to Jones over here.
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post #1130 of 1503
After scrolling through all 115 pages of this build log...all I have to say is wow.

The things you are doing to this build are truly amazing. It is works of art such as these that keep me ever so enthralled in mods thumb.gif
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