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Man, this is absolutely awesome!

Have you considered having water run through the copper piping that's exposed on the exterior of the case, at least in some areas? I think that if you had some clear sections or pressure valves or whatever, something for the water to "interact" with (physically or visually), it would just be the icing on the cake!

OOOOOO!!!! What about making your drain port out of one of those types of valves like what you hook a garden hose up to, only the more steampunk-y, copper-y, rustic kind? You could simply run copper pipe from the bottom of the reservoir or wherever, to somewhere along the bottom where this "faucet" would stick out. I think that would be absolutely awesome!

HAHA great minds think alike i see. I actually have planned to put a faucet comming out the back of the case. have it fit over the bulkhead fitting with a little hose going through the faucet so when i opened the drain the liquid woud come out the faucet.
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I'll sub for a steampunk mod. I'm considering one myself so I look forward to seeing where you go.
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Welcome to OCN. I'll be looking out for the progress on this one.....for sure. thumb.gif
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Subbed, love the steampunking stuff. biggrin.gif
     
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You were thinking of using marbled vinyl... how about checking out some really slick acrylics: http://galaxyplastic.com/
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Hey guys and gals, Im making some decent progress with the build now. I got the fill port holes finished as well as the fins cut out for the mesh. And i made some more progress with my side door pannel mod. Enjoy smile.gif


the fill port and top piece cut
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Now something cool for all of you. Now alot of you are asking about gears and such and im going to show you where im going to put a good amount of gears at.
The black brass and glass door, is from an old german shift clock made in 1944. It was given to me from a man who collects old war materials. im going to strip the black paint and shine up the original brass. On the inside im going to a an arrangement of gears that will be connected to a small konnects motor and will spin when turned on. once its attached it will be one of the last mods to the door pannel. Tell me what you think and thank your for checking out my worklog.
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Remember to Subscribe and leave comments with ideas and suggestions! till the next update folks
Edited by keeny45 - 3/2/13 at 6:15pm
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It would be so cool if you had a small brass clock in there to tell the time, and it looks awesome so fair great work mate thumb.gif
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It would be interesting to see gears edge on turning inside that view port. Also, needs more screw heads. I like these screws I found at my local Ace Hardware:


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