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Whats the drill press type thing? also just because Ive been looking for someone to ask. When you drill a hole and you want to be able to use screws to hold whatever it is youre wanting to mount. How to you drill it or thread it? if you know.
. So you are right, it is a drill press, hmmm guess that is not a hand tool. Lol. If you need to put threads on something you would use a tap. So you would drill the hole you wish to thread then run the tap through it. Size and type of tap can be any size. Does that an
swer your question?
post #22 of 268
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Originally Posted by Bonkers View Post

Whats the drill press type thing? also just because Ive been looking for someone to ask. When you drill a hole and you want to be able to use screws to hold whatever it is youre wanting to mount. How to you drill it or thread it? if you know.
. So you are right, it is a drill press, hmmm guess that is not a hand tool. Lol. If you need to put threads on something you would use a tap. So you would drill the hole you wish to thread then run the tap through it. Size and type of tap can be any size. Does that an
swer your question?

Lol, thanks it does and yea wasn't trying to point that out in a bad way lol. I was just confused and was like drill press hand tool????
post #23 of 268
Maybe not technically a hand tool but then again it is as you use your hand with it. lol

I think he meant , he does not have some fancy cnc cutter or some heavy machinery making parts.
     
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Maybe not technically a hand tool but then again it is as you use your hand with it. lol
I think he meant , he does not have some fancy cnc cutter or some heavy machinery making parts.

wish I had use of a cnc or other "heavy" tools. I things I'd make. lol.
post #25 of 268
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wish I had use of a cnc or other "heavy" tools. I things I'd make. lol.

I know I wish I had the precision tools and things some people have but I don't frown.gif

Looks really good so far btw
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Kingston HyperX T1 16gb Seagate barracuda 500gb  Sony Alphacool Livingstone 
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XSPC EX360 Laing 3.25 18W Alphacool DDC top EK 250 basic res 
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XSPC 1/2 3/4 black nickel compression fittings Masterkleer 1/2, 3/4 Mayhems Deep Blue  Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit 
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Yamakasi Catleap Tesco Value Be quiet dark power pro 1000w Gigabyte sumo 5112 
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120gb WD 2.5" Thermaltake slim X3 Windows 7 Dell E2210H 
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post #26 of 268
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700

700
post #27 of 268
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Next on the hit list...

700

I'm going to make two just in case, lol. I want to make one as a test run and the other will be a final.
post #28 of 268
That mesh does look good and awesome job on fabricating everything.
post #29 of 268
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That mesh does look good and awesome job on fabricating everything.

Thanks man! I wish I had more time but Its getting there.
post #30 of 268
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First go at the aluminum front door... Not bad, would need some filing for 100% fit. but this first one was to see how well I could bend this thickness of aluminum.

359

359

Like I said in the past I use recycled aluminum...

359

I will begin the final front door in the next day or two.
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