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Guys thanks for the comments It rewards me knowing you guys are constantly behind me. I hit a brick wall I had to make a decision to either continue working around the corsair parts and keep hating them or I could take the bull by the horns so to speak and do this.

I have a huge update I just have to re size images to keep the haters happy.

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TA DA!
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post #1322 of 1503
Holy crap! That's just awesome. Pictures are fine. I view a lot of your updates on my iPod so it makes no difference how big they are or aren't
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Here we go,

I'm happy now that I have scrapped the rest of the corsair. Now I'm going for an industrial type feel/look.

I can do as I please now, this cube I started making tonight is only a frame. Simple frame yeah, no not simple. I'm 0.05mm out on one side other than that the frame is perfectly square.

I have to add all the other new pieces to it before I can completely weld the frame, grind/sand/fill to make it seamless. If i was to weld it now it would end up a bent twisted mess. Steel this thin does not take to kindly to heat. I decided I would use a gasless mig, they are messy but they are brilliant for this kind of work. As long as you have a fan in front of you to blow the gasses away to stop it covering your mask. It really important to jig this kind of work, it only 1.4mm and it wont take to kindly to heat.

Here's the pics,

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"Everything has to be square!"

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Tiny tacks only for now.

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post #1324 of 1503
Should you even be including Corsair in the title anymore??? wink.gif

I never knew that there is a voltage difference between using flux-core and shielding gas. Nice work as usual sil3nt - keep it up!
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post #1325 of 1503
Just realized I wasn't subbed. Great work and I think you finally need to be moved from 'mod' to 'scratch build'

I happen to love the picture size. Keep up the great work and just ignore the rif raff.
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Here we go,
I'm happy now that I have scrapped the rest of the corsair. Now I'm going for an industrial type feel/look.
I can do as I please now, this cube I started making tonight is only a frame. Simple frame yeah, no not simple. I'm 0.05mm out on one side other than that the frame is perfectly square.
I have to add all the other new pieces to it before I can completely weld the frame, grind/sand/fill to make it seamless. If i was to weld it now it would end up a bent twisted mess. Steel this thin does not take to kindly to heat. I decided I would use a gasless mig, they are messy but they are brilliant for this kind of work. As long as you have a fan in front of you to blow the gasses away to stop it covering your mask. It really important to jig this kind of work, it only 1.4mm and it wont take to kindly to heat.

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Finally you provided my update fix. THANKS!
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post #1327 of 1503
I love your work silent.
I say screw the haters. They can go suck a toad. You should make those pictures as big as your camera will take them.
This is coming from a guy with 3mbps internet that rarely gets 2mbps on a good day. I also have my threads to show 50 posts per page, and I have no problem waiting to see all the stuff you post. It doesn't bother me in the slightest.
So they are just complainers, nothing you do will make them happy. They are only happy when they have successfully made you unhappy. It makes them feel good to drag other people down to their level.
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Should you even be including Corsair in the title anymore??? wink.gif
I never knew that there is a voltage difference between using flux-core and shielding gas. Nice work as usual sil3nt - keep it up!

The difference is that a typical mig with gas use argon gas. It creates its atmosphere around the weld. Gas less wire being fluxed cored acts more like arc welding, and with gas less you move away from your weld where as gas mig you move forward over your weld so the gas creates is lovely little bubble. This is just a simple summary.
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post #1329 of 1503
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Fits fine here, Check out my mouse pad. 24inh bro.

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post #1330 of 1503
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Not doing doors, cant with my setup. Going for bars grills and clear panels.

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