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Congratz on being a father again, theres nothing like it smile.gif
Thanks! Definitely nothing in the world like it...

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Nice work so far - subbed thumb.gif

Thanks for watching!
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Good ideas...subbed smile.gif
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Awesome work so far, I love watching build logs, it inspires me.
     
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Good ideas...subbed smile.gif

Thanks for watching!
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Awesome work so far, I love watching build logs, it inspires me.

Thanks! I'm a pretty minimalist type of guy, but I also like seeing/doing things that haven't been done before - or done that often. I know this isn't anything 'ground breaking', but I hope to give ideas to others that will take it one step further. My son's 2nd birthday is on Saturday (yes, St. Patrick's Day baby), but I plan on getting a lot of work done over the weekend, so get ready for some big updates!
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post #25 of 54
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So just a quick update - the Monokote didn't work out. I tried it out about 12 times on the simplest piece I have and it just didn't look right. The biggest thing is the look - it just didn't look right to me. It also peeled a lot, so I figured it's not the best at curves. Didn't have any type of complex curves, but that's just not what it's made for I guess. On my best attempt, it just seemed like it would flake/peel off at any moment. Sooooooo... I did some research and I ordered a sample of a chrome vinyl to see how it looks. The 3M CF vinyl was awesome to work with and looks great, so I want to see if I can get my desired look using vinyl. It's a cheaper type of vinyl, so we'll see how the quality is and whether I need to go with a higher quality chrome wrap.

On another note - I finished cutting out the metal 'fasteners' for the drive bay covers and have them riveted together. I've started the polishing work on the bay covers - grinding, sanding, etc. I'll post some pics once I've gotten those done biggrin.gif
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post #26 of 54
I kinda figured you would have a hard time with that stuff, i tried to use some once before and yeah i couldn't get it to look right either.
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post #27 of 54
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The Drive Bay Covers

So haven't had picture updates in a while, thought I'd post where I'm at now. I mentioned before some of the work I was doing, so I'll let the pictures do the talking:

After doing some measuring, I saw that the little metal shingles I got wouldn't quite work - both in the amount of material and the gauge of the aluminum. So I went and picked up a 6"x18" piece of sheet metal
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I measured off the length of all the 'tabs' and cut lengthwise across the sheet. Used the old score and break method to get a nice clean cut
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As usual I got caught up in my work and didn't take many pictures of me cutting out the individual tabs. I scored and broke the first two off, but decided to use my tin snips instead to make quick work of the cuts. After cutting out the amount that I needed, I got to filing...
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Lots and lots and lots and lots of filing, lol
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Here are the set of bay covers before I started going at them
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Here's the first 5.25" bay cover with a tab riveted to the side. The indentation of the Lian Li bay covers worked out quite well with how I'm attaching these metal tabs
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Here's the same bay drive completed with both tabs riveted to the sides. Came out nicely I think
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Sooo... here's where things get interesting. I finished riveting all the 5.25 and 3.5 bay covers and they came out great. Next step was prepping for polishing. I decided to experiment here, as I know the process that needs to be done - tons of sanding. I decided to use my angle grinder to work on them. Got a 120 grit flap disc to strip the current finish, came out great. Got a 220 grit PVA disc and it started looking good. Got to 400 grit PVA disc and noticed that although I was getting the 'job done', I was not getting it done right as the angle grinder is just too fast for making smooth, even sanding. Here's a shot at when I realized this just wasn't going to work
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Well - time to get out the 120 and even it up to start again right. I used the 120 flap disc again, as that worked like a charm. Then I took out a 220 dry sand on my orbital sander and got to work. Here's where the 'stuff' hit the fan. I got a little overzealous with the sanding and sanded right through the corner of the 5.25 bay drive I was working on
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Yeah.. you can imagine the amount of cussing that went on in that garage. Well, I don't cuss... much. So may have been somewhat tame, but good thing I was in the garage. So here I sat in my office staring at this thing for about 15 mins, thinking of what I was going to do. Then I said "screw it". Got another one of the 5.25 drive bays out and started out the right way from jump. Stripped it with the 120 grit, moved up to the 220 grit on the orbital - looking good. Moved up to the 400 grit on the orbital - now we're talkin
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Then I took out the 800 grit on the orbital as well - starting to really look good now
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Now I got out the 1000 grit and my sanding sponge and got to work with wet sanding. Didn't take a picture here as I was getting into the work, I was tired, and my hands were wet. After working the 1000 grit, I moved up to 1500 grit. On a side note - my opinion on polishing metal... I think it's a balance of the higher the grit you use with what polish you use. I messed around with the emery polish, the tripoli, and the white rouge. I have some red jeweler's rouge too, but haven't touched that yet. I wasn't really satisfied with the look I got. So that's why I moved up in grit. Again, I think the higher grit you go, the less polish you have to use for cutting and coloring. Anyways - after the 1500, I cleaned up and here is what I got
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I rushed the 1500 here, so I think I can do much better... but it's late and I wanted to see how it looked. So I got some of my fav 3M rubbing compound and applied it with a buffer. Here's what I finished the night with
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Very slick feel and nice reflection. I think I'll clean it off and go at it with the 1500 for a while to get a better finish. Now that I have an idea of how to approach the others, I think they'll come out quite nicely.

So after crapping on one of the drive covers, I debated doing some JB Weld or something to repair it and decided that no matter what I do, it just wouldn't be the same and would be out of place. *sigh*.... so gonna order another 5.25 drive bay cover. I'll remove the rivets from the broken cover so really not much work needs to be done. Once I get it I can just line it up and drill the holes, then rivet it together and be ready to rock & roll. The company I ordered heatshrink from sent me the wrong thing (some open split 1/2" sleaving). They're sending me the right stuff now, and I get some free sleeving to use for....... something, lol. I have my vinyl sample on the way too, so will play with that once it arrives to see if that's what I'll go with or something better quality. I'm ready to get the case portion of this build done and get to the sleeving and lighting with my current parts. Once I get the work of the case done, I'll setup the little studio and take better quality pics - as everything's been with an old point and shoot. I think you guys will like the CF and powder coating that was done biggrin.gif

Thanks for watching guys - more to come! thumb.gif

Edited by Colonel Zay - 3/21/12 at 11:42am
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... So here I sat in my office staring at this thing for about 15 mins, thinking of what I was going to do. Then I said "screw it". ...
LOL, yeah, I think we have all been there at some time or another.

Looking good though.
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Looking good though.

Thanks! I'm really into how this is shaping up and excited to get a finished product to show you guys. BTW - I like your sig. I have family (grandfather, grandmother, aunt, father-in-law) that's also been affected by cancer - who hasn't? Although my grandmother just recently passed, she beat some serious odds. The biggest thing is your attitude. She was a feisty woman, and I think that's what helped her through it. My prayers to your family and your mother-in-law.

So in my browsing of other work logs, I've seen the importance of having an organized work log - so I've gone through and cleaned up the thread a bit. Again, this is my first documented work log, so bear with me if it's not 'up to par'. I've created an index in the original post as well as a "Current Pic" which I will continue to update when additional pics are added. I think I'll work on making a graphic sig for this build as well. Man, creating the work log is almost as much work as the mod itself wink.gif

EDIT: I've also put an "Index" link at the bottom of each major update. Whether this is necessary or not, don't know - as I'm sure you can always use the browser's "back" feature to return to the index. But if this helps people, then there ya go redface.gif
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It's looking good though - i'm anxious to see how it comes together
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