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post #11 of 19
No, just checking as the fallacy is thicker draws more heat. Which is only true on passive heat sinks

Maybe ill look you up when i get my 990FXA UD3 or 5. Cant seem to find one and no one is answering over in the owners thread.
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I just opted for a large chunk, and mill away all the unnecessary material.
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Oh, im not criticizing you, your post was just unclear so i asked
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Its ok. It was easier to remove mass from the 1 large chunk.
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Oh, i agree
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Sorry to say this is put on hold for a couple of days. Undergoing some necessary machine repairs.

Having to rebuild my upright column (Z axis)
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VERY interested in this right now. im getting ready get a z68 board and would love a nice waterblock to put on there wink.gif
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Good to hear. I finally got my column back from a local machine shop. Should improve overall accuracy and total Z travel.
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Now I just have to finish building the enclosure for the mill and its back to this waterblock.

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More updates.

Sorry for the delay, but it took a while to do the complete teardown & rebuild of the CNC machine.
P67_35.jpg 396k .jpg file
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Here is the plate just after being CNC'd

Here is the assembled Delrin top.
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The screws pictured are just what I had laying around to test fit. I am going to counterbore the screws down later

And here is the fan I wanted to try:
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