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post #41 of 75
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Ok the front panel. I guess everyone's been waiting on this one. rolleyes.gif

Mounted the fan, sat the panel in its frame. Moved up and marked top of fan.

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Lay down panel, centralized the fan and lined up to top mark, then trace. As anticipated 7mm in from edges. What I didn't expect was it taking the bottom edge by 7mm. No biggie, just means I have to take a little out of the black panel.

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Let the cutting begin! Still a bit rough, but it's the best this Boily can do. :lol:

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Here's the panel in the frame and the piece I had to remove from the bottom of the black panel.

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post #42 of 75
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Alrighty, I painted the panels up and I put some double sided tape to simulate them being glued together.

I couldn't help my self, I painted the side panels quickly so I could do a preview assembly. biggrin.gif:thumbup:

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So there you have it. Probably the most of the outside that will be seen before the final reveal. I have plans. wink.gif
I think I prefer the solid black fan though. Will have to wait for one. At least I was able to progress with this one.
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post #44 of 75
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Digging around some old photos and found this, one of my first mods. Well it was more like Stickers and bay devices. :lol:

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WOOT! WOOT! 8K views.(OCAU) Awesome. Thanks you for your patronage. thumb.gif

What better way to celebrate than with some progress pics. smile.gif
Here is progress of 280 Shroud MKII and the stuff I used.
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I know that you are done building your shroud but have you thought of doing this out of plexi?
That is what I am looking to do for mine, if all goes well. I would build the template, similar to what you are using then mold the plexi over it with heatgun. I really like the work you did but having a white piece of plexi or clear with silver pain underneath can look really clean.

Awesome job, btw!
post #46 of 75
was the Front Rad a 200MM ?

Looks very cool thumb.gif
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post #47 of 75
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was the Front Rad a 200MM ?
Looks very cool thumb.gif

It's a betfinix 230 fan on a Phobya 200 rad
post #48 of 75
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Alrighty, I painted the panels up and I put some double sided tape to simulate them being glued together.
I couldn't help my self, I painted the side panels quickly so I could do a preview assembly. biggrin.gif:thumbup: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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So there you have it. Probably the most of the outside that will be seen before the final reveal. I have plans. wink.gif
I think I prefer the solid black fan though. Will have to wait for one. At least I was able to progress with this one.

I love your work here....looking forward to seeing more thumb.gif
post #49 of 75
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I love your work here....looking forward to seeing more thumb.gif

Thanks smile.gif

9K views. (OCAU) Thanks for staying tuned. thumb.gif


Not alot to report. I have been held up as I have had to paint a bloody fence. :wired:

Done some chop to the side panels, gear has turned up to do the decoupled pump set up. 120 slim fans and crap load of cables on the way from PCCG.

Goin back to my cable sump idea, so have to cut som access holes in base of chassis.

I found one of these in my "Rats Nest" and can be used for the fans.
Bitspower X-Station
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They are pretty handy as you can have the fans set a 5, 7, or 12v for speed variation. Need some Velcro tape to attach to the side of the PSU.
post #50 of 75
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Installing the Alphacool Decoupling Kit from the Koolroom.

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Custom base plate for pump made from 4mm perspex.
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Drill matching holes and instal kit.
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Lock down pump
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Assemble
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