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post #371 of 2245
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I don't remember I am still thinking of the third pedestal but don't really want to have to do this but I wil
if I have to and sorry but I did not see the question you asked about this. I might need it to put in my TEC water chiller as the water blocks I had made came out a lot bigger than I planned on!!



Good morning Seross69,
a Water chiller "oke" have seen one on a site. I now some one who build "peltier cooling" its on your Dutch watercooling site i try to find it for you.

Found it

http://forum.highflow.nl/f32/peltier-tec-vragen-14327/

http://www.overclock.net/t/411444/tec-cooling-essential-threads

site from the guy who build his own (building manual) http://www.jorisaja.nl/index.php?module=article&view=22&page_num=3

Have fun.
The sun is beginning to shine "i think i start with cutting the opaal plate.

See Ya Serros69 thumb.gifthumb.gif
post #372 of 2245
You are going to scribe the lines in the acrylic with your dremel? I would make a major mess if I tried to do that freehand.
But good luck, I hope it turns out well. I'll be glad when my "end lighten" acrylic gets to me so I can see if it's any good.
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You are going to scribe the lines in the acrylic with your dremel? I would make a major mess if I tried to do that freehand.
But good luck, I hope it turns out well. I'll be glad when my "end lighten" acrylic gets to me so I can see if it's any good.

Hi Mandrix i tried it on a small piece. Your right "its a mess. the acrylic melt. " If i still want it it wil take weeks to finish by hand. I wil give it another try
with heath.
post #374 of 2245
Why don't you try like a utility knife? You know, the kind with the replaceable blades or else something like this?


Try just clamping a straightedge to the acrylic and running the knife alongside until you feel like you got a groove going.

Going to run your led's from an FC9? If you can get by with 30W then the FC8 is better looking to me. But if you need 4A then FC9 is the way to go. I run a D5 off one on my other rig. biggrin.gif
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Why don't you try like a utility knife? You know, the kind with the replaceable blades or else something like this?


Try just clamping a straightedge to the acrylic and running the knife alongside until you feel like you got a groove going.

Going to run your led's from an FC9? If you can get by with 30W then the FC8 is better looking to me. But if you need 4A then FC9 is the way to go. I run a D5 off one on my other rig. biggrin.gif

Hi Manrix, I was looking at the watercoolig side for the FC8 and see the FC9 also.

Just came back from the working bench at the back. I tried to engrave with the soldering tool. The result s better then the carving with the dremel.
This is wat i done:

- Avoid the acrylc from moving (no i did out of hand).
- Use a ruler as a guide
- after a few runs with the soldering tools you have a raw line
- after this i use a file
- then i use sandingpaper 1500\2000
An ad last i use car cleaner with a piece of vilt (cotton !!\its soft).

wink.gif
post #376 of 2245
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Originally Posted by TATH View Post

Good morning Seross69,
a Water chiller "oke" have seen one on a site. I now some one who build "peltier cooling" its on your Dutch watercooling site i try to find it for you.

Found it

http://forum.highflow.nl/f32/peltier-tec-vragen-14327/

http://www.overclock.net/t/411444/tec-cooling-essential-threads

site from the guy who build his own (building manual) http://www.jorisaja.nl/index.php?module=article&view=22&page_num=3

Have fun.
The sun is beginning to shine "i think i start with cutting the opaal plate.

See Ya Serros69 thumb.gifthumb.gif

Thanks for the links but as you can see I had full copper water blocks made. they just ended up a little bigger than I thought!!!



This is my series block for the cold side or the TEC's



This is the parallel block for the hot side.

post #377 of 2245
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Thanks for the links but as you can see I had full copper water blocks made. they just ended up a little bigger than I thought!!!



This is my series block for the cold side or the TEC's



This is the parallel block for the hot side.


Ha thats a complete world for me. looks good. must cool good also. already counting down so you can start building again. thumb.gif
post #378 of 2245
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After 2 hours playing around with the solder iron on the acryl it was time for something else.
I took my dremel and put the 38mm blade on.
After 4 hours of cutting al the cuts are made. Yes i'm a happy man right now. I hate it "no progress".

Yes i now "opaal plate not finished" .
Wel because i do a extra shift tomorrow (for the GTX 690) i'm home on monday and have more time to work on the pannel.
I stil want to cut the front strip (with the holes in it) and replace it for a bigger strip what wil cover the fronf of the acryl.

I also need to make a plan for the wiring of the leds.
"i didnt take of the protection film of the mirrorpanel yet"










More on Monday i think. "dinner ready" thumb.gifthumb.gif
Edited by TATH - 6/1/13 at 10:02am
post #379 of 2245
You did all those lines with a Dremel?
post #380 of 2245
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You did all those lines with a Dremel?

yes out of hand:)
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