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im sorry if i missed it but is this not the mod for his client anymore??
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Coming together beautifully! thumbsupsmiley.png
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Originally Posted by Hartk1213 View Post

im sorry if i missed it but is this not the mod for his client anymore??

This from a couple/few weeks ago-
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There's been a bad streak of luck for Lane and myself over the past week.
My grandmother has died and I had an unexpected road trip down to S. California for me and my kids. I missed 3 days of work, had to rent a car, and with motel, food and gas, the trip cost me about $900 cash and $600 in unearned wages.
Lane is having automotive problems resulting from shoddy repairs after an accident that occurred about a year ago. The estimated repair bill is $7000+. Needless to say, this project is taking a backseat to finding daily transportation.
This saddens us both.
Lane has offered to let me keep the case and psu that he purchased for the build in lieu of payment for work done. I feel this is more than generous and am having a hard time accepting the offer. While I do have $350 in personal costs for the case mod (including the hot-swap cage and fan) and a lot of time spent doing the work, this would mean that Lane has close to $550 in costs with nothing to show for it.
I am bothered by this.
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Looking good. You notice how all or most of us like working near the frig ? Lol

this is true smile.gif
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nice thumbsupsmiley.png
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Enjoy your dinner! You deserve it! biggrin.gif Love the updates!
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Coming together beautifully! thumbsupsmiley.png

Thanks for the comments guys!
Edited by bob808 - 4/9/12 at 6:33am
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Oh my...I'm sorry man ...BTW build is looking good

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mother of mods....... :O
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post #316 of 794
receive my cosmos 2
it s quite hard to mod actually
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receive my cosmos 2
it s quite hard to mod actually

Yeah, the amount of work Bob has put into it is quite amazing. It can be the best looking case in the world if you do it right, it's just extremely hard to do it right.

Bob, the build looks great! Keep up the good work thumb.gif
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except that the paint that came off was on aluminum, not plastic. Thanks for the tips though, I am always looking for painting tips as this was not the first problem I had when painting haha!

Adhesion promoter is for metals, plastics,glass, aluminum's I like your build, saw you painted the bracket's for the video cards and the stand off's in orange you should do the same with the thumb screw's (a thought). This is how they well look and in your build would look very nice in that color

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here a little video showing adhesion promoter on aluminum. I always say seeing is beleiving so here is your proof. I used to paint cars and motorcycle and lived by this stuff.

Edited by SoundWorks3D - 4/11/12 at 12:34pm
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Adhesion promoter is for metals, plastics,glass, aluminum's I like you buld saw tyou painted the bracket's for the video cards and the stand off's in orange you should do the same with the thumb screw's (a thought). This is how they well look and in your build would look very nice in that color
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here a little video showing adhesion promoter on aluminum. I always say seeing is beleiving so here is your proof. I used to paint cars and motorcycle and lived by this stuff.

Awesome! Rep!thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by irienaoki View Post

receive my cosmos 2
it s quite hard to mod actually

Agreed!
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Yeah, the amount of work Bob has put into it is quite amazing. It can be the best looking case in the world if you do it right, it's just extremely hard to do it right.
Bob, the build looks great! Keep up the good work thumb.gif

Thanks Lane- I owe you one man. When you get out the red- we'll try this again. Theres a couple things I would do differently, and we'll definately make you a big part of the process. okay? How's the loaner treating you? I'm shooting to have this one done by the time Diablo 3 comes out smile.gif
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Adhesion promoter is for metals, plastics,glass, aluminum's I like your build, saw you painted the bracket's for the video cards and the stand off's in orange you should do the same with the thumb screw's (a thought). This is how they well look and in your build would look very nice in that color

here a little video showing adhesion promoter on aluminum. I always say seeing is beleiving so here is your proof. I used to paint cars and motorcycle and lived by this stuff.

Thanks for the info man! How do you use this stuff with when using rattle cans? Do you just wipe it on after cleaning/before painting?

Sorry guys for the lack of updates the last few days... My house was/is a total wreck, my girl just has surgeury, and work has been pretty busy. Life in general, but I have some stuff to share- Just have to upload the pics.

Back in a few thumb.gif
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