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Acrylic's been cut, I think it's a few mil too big but I can cut it down some more.
I'll make an attempt at fitting it tomorrow, I'm thinking about mounting it using hinges.
post #7902 of 10514

I'm mounting all my panels with Tap Plastics Acrylic Hinges 

 

Bought a bunch of em recently, along with some of the door latches & magnetic door latches. Just gotta figure out how it's all gonna come together

http://www.tapplastics.com/product/plastics/handles_hinges_latches

 

I bought a few of every type of hinge pretty much =)

    
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post #7903 of 10514
I'll stick with regular hinges for now, I don't think I know anywhere that would sell those here. I'll keep them in mind though.
post #7904 of 10514
Why not hydraulics? It's silent and can be remote controlled, and it's not been done before on a XB
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post #7905 of 10514
That's getting a bit ridiculous, and probably expensive.
So far the total cost has been exactly $12 biggrin.gif
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"If it ain't ridiculous, it ain't OCN" a very common phrase here biggrin.gif
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Can you point me in the direction of builds that have hydraulics then?
I'd imagine that you can't buy one pre-wired for Molex, and that there would be some soldering and rewiring involved.
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I know IT Diva uses them in her build NZXT Stretched Limo Edition


But I'll bet you can find some smaller ones wink.gif
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post #7909 of 10514

The Actuator's she uses would take up too much room in the XB for sure :p

 

That's a great build tho for any1 that doesn't already know. IT DIVA's one of the most creative people on this whole forum 

    
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post #7910 of 10514
you wouldn't need to fit actuators to activate the rams if you use ones with sufficient force. something along the lines of a gas strut, as used in kitchen cupboards for instance. Along with a push to open latching mechanism would do the job nicely. a couple of links to the kind of thing I mean, these were not chosen as the parts to use. they just came up first in a google search.

Gas strut as an example

push to open latch
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