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the big 3D printer is back up and running so I redid those two parts and painted them up and I am very pleased with the outcome biggrin.gif The engraved 7990 lettering will be filled with either yellow or white paint. I am now only waiting on the PCIE extension cable then I will be able to get this computer running biggrin.gif

















EDIT: can anyone tell me what thread the standoffs on a DVI connection on a graphics card are? It looks like it is almost M3 but the thread is more spaced out??
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EDIT: can anyone tell me what thread the standoffs on a DVI connection on a graphics card are? It looks like it is almost M3 but the thread is more spaced out??

Think the DVI has the same standoffs as the ancient D-Sub standard. If memory serves, they are UNC 4-40. Maybe?
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Think the DVI has the same standoffs as the ancient D-Sub standard. If memory serves, they are UNC 4-40. Maybe?

Just tried it with some 4's (presumably 4-40) and they threaded just fine.
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Just tried it with some 4's (presumably 4-40) and they threaded just fine.

And here as well in black and white http://www.webcitation.org/6ES9y2FuQ page 69 says #4-40 UNC-2A rolled thread cable assembly jackscrew
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Think the DVI has the same standoffs as the ancient D-Sub standard. If memory serves, they are UNC 4-40. Maybe?

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Just tried it with some 4's (presumably 4-40) and they threaded just fine.

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And here as well in black and white http://www.webcitation.org/6ES9y2FuQ page 69 says #4-40 UNC-2A rolled thread cable assembly jackscrew

Thanks all will put in an order for some of those
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Ermmm curious as to why you painted the supports blue? You don't have any blue in your case tongue.gif they look fantastic though! I wish my school wasn't so stingy about students using the laser cutter or the 3D printer for personal use rolleyes.gif

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Ermmm curious as to why you painted the supports blue? You don't have any blue in your case tongue.gif they look fantastic though! I wish my school wasn't so stingy about students using the laser cutter or the 3D printer for personal use rolleyes.gif

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It would appear that they were printed in blue and then painted black, not the other way around.
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It would appear that they were printed in blue and then painted black, not the other way around.

Derp, it looks like you are correct. I thought he just got fancy with the last pictures and put them in black and white lol. Guess I wasn't fully awake yet this morning, thanks!

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Ermmm curious as to why you painted the supports blue? You don't have any blue in your case tongue.gif they look fantastic though! I wish my school wasn't so stingy about students using the laser cutter or the 3D printer for personal use rolleyes.gif

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It would appear that they were printed in blue and then painted black, not the other way around.

Yup the machine printed them in blue then I filled, sanded and cleaned them up before painting them in grey tongue.gif
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So I have been home for a few days now which means working on the case with basically no tools, I have moved on to cable management now which required me to cut a load more holes in the case. The problem is I only have a drill and a hack saw and file, so I made the holes by drilling a starting hole then using the blade removed from the hack saw I worked the hole up to a big enough size that the file could fit in, it was slow work to say the least!! I used this same method to make a hole in the top for the fill port, this is hidden under the plastic top panel until you want to fill the loop, not sure if I have posted photos but I also have a drain port in the bottom too so hopefully this should make filling and draining easier. I have also had a rethink about how I will mount the SSDs so now the secondary SSD is screwed in at the back of the case using the original holes from the only fan in the G4. I spent all day yesterday making a cable to power all of the fans directly off of the power supply but I think one of the fans has become unplugged as it is not turning on frown.gif in other news you may remember a while back I got an empty iMac G3 which I have just had sitting around for a while so I decided to light it up so I now have some nice mood lighting tongue.gif Other than that I am waiting on an order from E22 with the last of my sleeving for the GPU power cables biggrin.gif looking forward to powering this puppy on, hope it all works haha





























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