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lol seems that trying to guess what you're going to do is futile, I don't have the imagination for it. biggrin.gif I think I'll just "enjoy the ride" from now on like many others do and drool at your work...
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lol seems that trying to guess what you're going to do is futile, I don't have the imagination for it. biggrin.gif I think I'll just "enjoy the ride" from now on like many others do and drool at your work...

Haha considering this whole project hasn't even had a rough sketch. If you cant think in a real world in terms of tooling skills and available materials . How is a spending hours and hours design software showing people this is what your going to build? I'm not talking about everyone that are using cads, I'm talking about the build logs that just are months of drawings.

People if you want to build, get off your keyboard. It is possible to turn nothing into something, Happy Australia Day, and I'm not drunk okay.
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Dremels are Like iPhones, they are forever trying to reinvent the round wheel .

I haven't used this tool for a long time, stupid me it's brilliant and useless at the same time.

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It took me no more than ten minutes to cut and trim all the pvc with a bosh multi tool
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It's almost like it's meant to be, even tho is all masked together atm you can get the idea.

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Intakes... Why didn't I see that coming doh.gif lol seems that it's time for a drunken.gif
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Intakes... Why didn't I see that coming doh.gif lol seems that it's time for a drunken.gif

Haha why didn't you see that coming, because I haven't showed you non existing drawings.

Check this out, aussie power http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDfdNiXu7oI&feature=share
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Check this out, aussie power http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDfdNiXu7oI&feature=share
So pretty wubsmiley.gif
post #378 of 1503
This is so intriguing and it's looking good, can't wait to see more of this. Good luck with the project and don't forget: drink alot of water! teaching.gif haha.
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I love these fabrication-heavy builds..... excellent work on this one. You have my MOTM vote wink.gif
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I love these fabrication-heavy builds..... excellent work on this one. You have my MOTM vote wink.gif

Thanks mate, heavy fabrication, I'm just warming up wink.gif

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Sexy glass work.

This is where I'm throwing another spanner into the works. I have enough clearance to mount 3x 3.5 4 channel fan controllers. I'm not using the one in the picture I'm only using it as an example. The fan controllers themselves will be fixed to the original faceplate. The my new faceplate will slip over the top. This is going to allow me to organize all the fan wiring very neatly . This is why I have ported the new front panel to allow the air to move around the fan controllers and the 140's will be mounted inside the original faceplate.

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