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Looks like Vegas all lit up biggrin.gif
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That PSU cutout turned out very nicely! I also agree that rotary tools are quintessential to most forms of work. Just had to buy one and bought a non-Dremel brand rotary tool that works pretty well. Not as well as a Dremel, but it is more than strong enough for what I need. thumb.gif All your builds are looking great man!

THANKS!
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the dremel i m stil considering mainly for grinding instead of filing . but the drill press i just put my feet or a small holder and use the hand drill. i would love to get a milling machine because i m good with them but it s expensive , i was looking at the dremmel trio that show some potential but again i dunno what is it limit.
for the moment i plan more on doing complet new panel instead of modding the originals because i like to craft a complet piece from schratch. i dont really plan on doing full custom water cooling because parts are hard to find and expensive where i live so i don't usually need to work on the case itself.
but i m interested in the glass cutting side , i got a bit of training in glass blowing and cuting but the tools are too expensive and not practical , the dremmel could do the trick for the cutting bit.
i think the next step for me i maybe just make a case from scratch , like that i will get exactly what i want. and i don't think it would be that much more long then extrem mod like yours ^^^

in the shop i only saw tools marked as for aluminium or copper , none where advertised as for "metal" and behind the box it was the same , and i know from work experience that tools that cut aluminium don't always cut steel that well ,.... that's what worried me

i do have a old overpowered heavy bosh drill made more for concret then thin sheet but it do the job. the handle is twice the size of my hand , but i can manage lol (did our hand schrunk in 20 years ?!?)

Yea, for the glass thing the bits are actually affordable, I buy diamond coated bits and they even have a diamond coated side cutting wells as well! If you do get a dremel, I cant remember if thats the model but if its the rechargeable one dont get it! I hear bad things about the rechargeable ones, they say there too weak...... I think you can get a dremel 3000 for the same price.....
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Looks like Vegas all lit up biggrin.gif

Strait off the STRIP! band.gif
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yeah i was looking at the 3000 anyway , the 4000 is twice the price and battery is heavy and useless.

i did get this in the end : the 3000 with the 25 accessories and an attachments

Edited by Ashuiegi - 3/11/13 at 2:38am
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yeah i was looking at the 3000 anyway , the 4000 is twice the price and battery is heavy and useless.

i did get this in the end : the 3000 with the 25 accessories and an attachments

NICE! thumb.gif How much did you pay?
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I haven't posted any pics in a min but I am working on it, trying to knock out the PSU project and working on the front control panel at the same time!!! wheee.gif





























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That's ridiculous (in a very good way).
    
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OK AND ITS IN! Not everything worked out as I had planned but I think it may be better because now I dont have to cut a vent out above the PSU. I had to take out the bottom PSU Lift rails to get it in so I left them out and it looks great and there is plenty of room for the bottom rad. I can get to the switch I installed on the psu for the red cathodes easily as well! biggrin.gif














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That's ridiculous (in a very good way).

THANKS 1 MILLION! biggrin.gif
post #440 of 851
That PSU mod looks really good! Glad it turned out well!
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