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Excellent idea, but I don't really like the front.. This is ofcourse your choice, but consider remodeling the front. thumb.gif

What would you change than?
I would like to keep the 'goggles-like' reservoir smile.gif
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What would you change than?
I would like to keep the 'goggles-like' reservoir smile.gif

Make the goggles more like goggles, take away the "fang" look maybe?
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Make the goggles more like goggles, take away the "fang" look maybe?

His goggles actually look like this


Maybe it's not such a good idea?
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Never noticed it before
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The angle in the front comes a bit too early, you could make the angled bit shorter atleast, maybe put a fan controller with a screen on it? The goggles look weird on the picture, but might work out well irl. Don't take too much pressure from my comments only opinions, basically just my 2cents.gif
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Originally Posted by AlDyer View Post

The angle in the front comes a bit too early, you could make the angled bit shorter atleast, maybe put a fan controller with a screen on it? The goggles look weird on the picture, but might work out well irl. Don't take too much pressure from my comments only opinions, basically just my 2cents.gif

The white screen you see on top of the front panel actaully is a fan controller tongue.gif.
The goggles indeed don't look like I want them to look. They look much cooler in the game etc. I'll rethink about the front panel smile.gif
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Geez.... $160 for a backplate??? That's ridiculous. Even with the ridiculous shipping costs I could do it for far cheaper than that... Pretty sure there are other places in your area that do laser cutting. Look for smaller stuff like hacker spaces and more DIY options. Things like Ponoko, but in Europe. If nothing is really available still, once you get your design firmed up I can certainly see about running it on my machine, or helping you to find somewhere to get it done.
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$160 for a backplate sounds like a lot. For that money I could get a couple (pure) copper plates and have them cut to size.
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$160 for a backplate sounds like a lot. For that money I could get a couple (pure) copper plates and have them cut to size.

Indeed, it's ridiculous.
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Here I am again, with a little question.
I'm thinking about what I can do with the front panel, and I would out the inside of the panel en place an aluminum plate ontop to be able to do more with it, but the problem is that the clips that lock the front panel in place with the chasis are attached to the piece I want to cut out.
Is there any way I can make my own way of attaching the front panel to the chasis and still be able to get the front panel of? (to clean the fans etc)
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