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Hey, really nice build. I created an account just to sub!
Would you consider doing a guide on how you do your cables? They look really amazing!
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Hey, really nice build. I created an account just to sub!
Would you consider doing a guide on how you do your cables? They look really amazing!
Hey Marodox...thank you for creating an OCN account just to sub this thread ..
  • For the sleeving and crimping I would google Lutro0 youtube videos. He has one for different kinds and shows stuff.
  • For USB there isn't one, and I will make a guide later on. It's not that different..jsut different crimper and the way you insert the pins.
  • For making proper bends in tight spots, and getting cable lenghts exact so you don't have one wire sticking out...I kind of showed above with the wooden board. But I can do a better job of explaining that part in a guide.

Edited by Seanimus - 12/16/12 at 8:26am
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Hey Marodox...thank you for creating an OCN account just to sub this thread ..
  • For the sleeving and crimping I would google Lutro0 youtube videos. He has one for different kinds and shows stuff.
  • For USB there isn't one, and I will make a guide later on. It's not that different..jsut different crimper and the way you insert the pins.
  • For making proper bends in tight spots, and getting cable lenghts exact so you don't have one wire sticking out...I kind of showed above with the wooden board. But I can do a better job of explaining that part in a guide.
Ok cool, thanks a bunch!
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I also would love to see that! (And thanks for giving me a good ballpark area to go off of biggrin.gif )
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I was thinking about doingLEDs on three sides as well. Is there that big of a difference? I assume so.

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I was thinking about doingLEDs on three sides as well. Is there that big of a difference? I assume so.
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If you have a free 5.25" bay, you could pick up a cheap NZXT HUE RGB LED strip. I bought one that I was going to mangle in a half-assed attempt to learn electronics. But after seeing your light panel, I think it would be perfectly suited to that. Full RGB spectrum controls, and less than $40. This thing:

http://www.nzxt.com/new/products/case_accessories/hue

Not sure how well it would work, but it sounds like a match made in heaven on paper since you'd never be limited in color selection.
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Hey, really nice build. I created an account just to sub!
Would you consider doing a guide on how you do your cables? They look really amazing!

There's a separate forum section - Cables & Sleeving - in the Case Mods & Cases forum -


Frequently Asked Sleeving Questions
Video Sleeving Guides


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There's a separate forum section - Cables & Sleeving - in the Case Mods & Cases forum -
Frequently Asked Sleeving Questions
Video Sleeving Guides

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Ahh good
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I also would love to see that! (And thanks for giving me a good ballpark area to go off of biggrin.gif )
You are welcome.
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I want to start reading this thread an the first thing I see is "total spend: $8,436.09" LOL, well now i'll start reading, wish me luck!
That spend is from september. Its a lot more now. So you may want to stop reading now! Maybe a budget thread or Dell:p.
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I was thinking about doingLEDs on three sides as well. Is there that big of a difference? I assume so.
Jeffinslaw
I think if you make a hole the light cannot pass through the laser etch. So the side leds will fill that gap.
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If you have a free 5.25" bay, you could pick up a cheap NZXT HUE RGB LED strip. I bought one that I was going to mangle in a half-assed attempt to learn electronics. But after seeing your light panel, I think it would be perfectly suited to that. Full RGB spectrum controls, and less than $40. This thing:
http://www.nzxt.com/new/products/case_accessories/hue
Not sure how well it would work, but it sounds like a match made in heaven on paper since you'd never be limited in color selection.
Hmm that changes things quite a bit for me. Less complicated. Guessing the HUE RGB can also do white.
I don't need a Vandal switch bay now. So I can return the band saw ... biggrin.gif
Will keep Drill press though.+rep bart.
Edit: After looking at unboxing...wonder if it can do SMD 5050
Edited by Seanimus - 12/16/12 at 1:53pm
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Hmm that changes things quite a bit for me. Less complicated. Guessing the HUE RGB can also do white.
I don't need a Vandal switch bay now. So I can return the band saw ... biggrin.gif
Will keep Drill press though.+rep bart.
Edit: After looking at unboxing...wonder if it can do SMD 5050

I'm not sure how the color selection works. Should probably test this thing. smile.gif I never intended on using it, but bought it on impulse thinking I could find 3mm/5mm RGB LEDs to fit my Raystorm block + bay reservoir, and somehow hack up the controller to color change just those, and maybe a few more. But then I realized I have no electronics knowledge, and would probably ruin it in my first ever soldering attempt at age 42, so I chickened out. biggrin.gif
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Went to finish the slightbox frame with jbweld. The U Channel for mine is only on 3 sides. The open side below well have a metal sheet going across. Which will arrive tomorrow from online metals.
And I need to drill a hole on the U Channel (where the gap is on the open side and it has to straight down .... Need Drill Press.


Can't assemble drill press right away, as the bench is not ready ....Can't move it later once I put all assembled equipment. Stained it with oil based.
Side projects and distractions...



Will wipe of excess oil tomorrow (which doesn't get absorbed) and start assembling.
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