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post #251 of 2241
Thanks for the measurements.

I was inspired by Singularity Beast II as well. About to start my own build based on it in a few weeks, but I will do it in the M8 case instead.

Just wondered if you ever thought about using crystal link for the vertical sections instead of the extensions?

Again though I love your build, glad to see you've improved over Daniels build, looking forward to seeing more!!
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I think I will sub to this! thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by Ludo Kressh View Post

Thanks for the measurements.

I was inspired by Singularity Beast II as well. About to start my own build based on it in a few weeks, but I will do it in the M8 case instead.

Just wondered if you ever thought about using crystal link for the vertical sections instead of the extensions?

Again though I love your build, glad to see you've improved over Daniels build, looking forward to seeing more!!


The first thing where i'm thinking on is leaks. Sure i want more crystal links and tubes in only the tubes have to be secured so the cant move.
Then it is oke. because i not yet purchased the acryl tubing and the digital measuring tool i go one with other parts of the build.
But i'm sure that there wil be more long tubes in the build. I'm thinking of making a test bench for testing home made tubing.

I love to see that Daniel makes his way on custom wiring and tubes now. I'm stil watching his chanel.

Thanks for the comment and keep watching. thumb.gif
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Update Update,


I wil tel you mad.gifmad.gifmad.gif
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I am certainly cautious in all I do. Al went wel today until the moment i dropt the backplate out of my clumsy hands.

Yes Yes "its dead" grrrrrrrrrrrrrr. broke a piece of one and. Wel the making of a second piece alway's goos faster.
But not al is lost. I stil can show you how it looks.

What do you think must i leave the fans open or with the dustfilter on it.

ADVICE PLEASE








post #255 of 2241
Sorry to hear Henry. frown.gif But I'm sure the 2nd backplate will be even better! As for grills/filters, I like them for looks, but not sure I like that much grill blocking the air flow. I'm not sure how much of a difference that really makes though. If you live in a dusty area, I'd probably stick with the filters. Or just run with the filters on for a few weeks and see how much dust they accumulate, and decide then which way you want to permanently go.
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Sorry to hear Henry. frown.gif But I'm sure the 2nd backplate will be even better! As for grills/filters, I like them for looks, but not sure I like that much grill blocking the air flow. I'm not sure how much of a difference that really makes though. If you live in a dusty area, I'd probably stick with the filters. Or just run with the filters on for a few weeks and see how much dust they accumulate, and decide then which way you want to permanently go.


il be back going to make a new backplate now. thumb.gif

wel i'm back. after staring a while at the broking backplate i found the solution . i'm going to use the old mesh to fil the position of the dustfilters. and cover the cut edge
with a 3 mm frame . also making 2 new frames.

more tomorow.
Edited by TATH - 5/3/13 at 1:02pm
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Still reading but on way home and preety load with alcohol from lounges and business class only way to sleep on 15 hour flights
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Still reading but on way home and preety load with alcohol from lounges and business class only way to sleep on 15 hour flights

ET Go Home "15 hour thats a long long long trip" its 09:40 in the morning i have a coffee and the im going to make new panels "must finish today" grrrrrrrr. by the time i read yout last message you almost home i think. thumb.gifthumb.gif
post #259 of 2241
How to keep dust from clogging radiators: run fans slow! biggrin.gif
I just blow mine out with compressed air from my handy dandy portable air tank.

I don't know, looks wise the filters are okay, just whatever you want to do there "young" man. thumb.gif
Like you say, it usually goes quicker making something the second time around. Lord knows I've had to redo things plenty of times! But with your craftsmanship I think you will have no problems.
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How to keep dust from clogging radiators: run fans slow! biggrin.gif
I just blow mine out with compressed air from my handy dandy portable air tank.

I don't know, looks wise the filters are okay, just whatever you want to do there "young" man. thumb.gif
Like you say, it usually goes quicker making something the second time around. Lord knows I've had to redo things plenty of times! But with your craftsmanship I think you will have no problems.


Crafsmanship "something is growing and it is not my nose" thank you" . I think that i dont put the dustfilters in.
Today i finished a new backplate. Patience is the keyword for succes i think "oke oke and luck".
I also working on the other panel i think i wil be finished tomorrow "if i dont break it first".

Today i was thinking about my leds 12 volt "mayby i can use a PA to controle them" first i have to find out how many watt the are. More about this later.

Today memorial day "honor those who didn't came back alive" and the rest.




The mesh is not screwd on the fans "just pusht in" i'm thinking that i wil purchase clear acryl where i make a frame about 1,5 cm with that cover the edge of the mesh "i also want to put leds inside it" the top i also make black.




more tomorrow. thumb.gifthumb.gif
Edited by TATH - 5/4/13 at 2:57pm
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