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Why not use a dremmel tool?

I have this and can use it also but want the 12 pieces to be exactly the same,, but time will tell if this happens and if I just use the miter box or the dremmel to cut them with...
post #2932 of 4498
cut them slightly larger than they need to be and file them to equality. Considering that you are using aluminum and the L stock is small, this should be fairly easy to do. Considering that I muddled through cutting out 7 radiator holes in .010 stock aluminum, you should be done in no time.
    
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cut them slightly larger than they need to be and file them to equality. Considering that you are using aluminum and the L stock is small, this should be fairly easy to do. Considering that I muddled through cutting out 7 radiator holes in .010 stock aluminum, you should be done in no time.

yes but I do have 3/4" X 3/4" X 1/4" angle so it is thicker than usual.. wont make it any harder to cut just slower!!! I have got pretty good with cut off wheel on the dremel so I am thinking about this!!
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6 PA2's in one bay!!!



this way you don't waste bays!!
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6 PA2's in one bay!!!



this way you don't waste bays!!

Good solution. "keep all your molex connections to one side" .
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6 PA2's in one bay!!!
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this way you don't waste bays!!

Don't mean to seem like a noob but what are PA2's?
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Good solution. "keep all your molex connections to one side" .

Yes I was looking at that and thinking about it. I think I will turn it so that they are that was a over site on my part. Long day building and made that mistake..
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Don't mean to seem like a noob but what are PA2's?

They are power adjust 2's for the Aquaero 5 or 6. See this page for more details.
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Ok what are you gonna do with 6 of um?

I'm going to assume your going to run your all fans off of them?
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Ok what are you gonna do with 6 of um?

Actually I will have a total of 12 of them. 2 of them will control 2 Alphacool VPP655 Single Edition pumps, 6 of them will control TEC's in my TEC chiller, the other 4 are for additional temp and flow sensors.

Take a look at the attached Drawing's and maybe you will get an idea on what I am going to do..

AQ1Dec72013.xlsx 272k .xlsx file

AQ2Dec72013.xlsx 207k .xlsx file

HotsidewaterDiagram.xlsx 16k .xlsx file

ColdSideWaterDiagram.xlsx 20k .xlsx file
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