Thought I would get some progress on other fronts while I wait for white wire 16AWG.
Plus sleeving got irritating..
Second hole from right on MNPCTech ruler for 22mm vandal
Got distracted with son's other project of replacing his GameBoy catridge batteries..Went around town looking for stuff..
Saw some videos from Lutro0. Needed a break from sleeving anyways..
Came back did this first, to get ready for sleeving during week:
It sucked, not wide enough, and wobbled.
Got some wood from homedepot, while shopping for son's batteries for Gameboy Catridges.
Used Circular saw and adjust depth to get grooves going for straightening, measuring wires. My finger tips are frigging burnt trying to straighten that **** out.
Messed up first groove (left most this shot). Used T ruler for sheetrock as guide to get rest going:
Fired up Compressor:
Cut some support for the 2 pieces:
Nail gun/Compressor, can some wood glue there to hold thing in place when i flip it over:
Changed nail gun, with this air "hose" to blast air and clean the grooves (plus garage, before wife gets back):
Came out nice:
Placed it inside the house...In shot below , you can see red 16 AWG wire through the groove, and 18 AWG yellow wire..
My son's cartridges with batteries replaced and this security bit from eBay to remove the screw:
The new workbench has grooves and markings at 1 inch.
This was Ok. To dull looking. Initially was thinking of placing in between two AQ5. Ordered an MNPCTech 5.25 bay 5x22m Vandal device.
My original thought was going on reservoirs this way. Few inches higher so pump is half way to bottom compartment.
But found out the adaptor (which is YET to be shipped), needs a wall behind the reservoir if vertical...Any options here?Edited by Seanimus - 12/2/12 at 6:44pm