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Originally Posted by TheNr24 View Post

Some ideas I've got concerning the power button:
- a touch button
- a key
- Wireless Remote Switch with Wall-Mount
- a vandal switch that lights up Same thing from a different suplier
- a sturdy flip switch
- My personal favorite (the one on the right)
- this one, this one and this one are some other similar red push buttons, all of them light up!

The wireless one is awsome, i might want to get one for myself.
    
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You think that's cool, look what I just found: http://www.nkkswitches.com/

These guys even sell buttons with a tiny OLED screen in 'em!

Although my vote is still on for a keylock switch. He could even get one that locks his case as well when the key is removed.
Edited by TheNr24 - 2/20/12 at 8:39pm
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oh man i just finished reading all 70 pages and about the only 2 words i can think of for this build and your skills are amazing and astounding.....
i am quite looking forward to how this thing is gonna look when completed. and is making me get very ancy to start my own mod's to my case

Thanks mate, it's good to see that I'm motivating people and hopefully I'm getting you guys to think outside the box a little.
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Come on guys fingerprint and sensors are too futuristic. What he needs is something like this:
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That is what I call an old school switch biggrin.gif

Hahaha, funny as.
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Background guy jumping in to say hi! smile.gif

Thanks for say hi mate!
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Aaargh, I need updates.

Working on updates now!
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Also known as the infamous "daily fix."

Haha, updates tonight.
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Read the whole log today and it's totally wheee.gifEPIC wheee.gif
For the power button, may I suggest a handheld "detonator" style with a big red thumb button biggrin.gif

Hrmmm, get back to this one.
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Originally Posted by TheNr24 View Post

Some ideas I've got concerning the power button:
- a touch button, proximity sensor and more
- a key
- Wireless Remote Switch with Wall-Mount
- a vandal switch that lights up Same thing from a different suplier
- a sturdy flip switch
- My personal favorite (the one on the right)
- this one, this one and this one are some other similar red push buttons, all of them light up!


Mate some great ideas, Im getting thru them now. Heaps of outside the box ideas. thanks a bunch
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Hey guys I'm going over switch ideas, there aren't going to be any mods on the pc tonight. I'm spending the night on the workshop, I'm getting more and more into the scene and its time I stepped up the workshop side to be more efficient.

Its all about making the workspace you have work for you and at the moment I'm not utilizing the work space the way i should be.

Mod shop here we come........
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Workshop setups are functional work-spaces , they aren't meant to be pretty. Strong and functional, its taking time away from me modding so I want to get it done.


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ummm mod shop smile.gif
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Drill presses new home.

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