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post #31 of 205
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But back to the project, I do my aluminum  "frames" with the same procedure as always, wood and coated on the inside corners with 4 screws:

 

  

 

and here the frames 35 cm x 20 cm:

 

 

These have the same measurements of the Cooling Towers and they'll go to constitute an extension over the top where I'll place both the bay, I think 3 (then 6: 3 front and 3 rear), and two components that I think are very COOL :coolsmile

 

I have tested with spacers that I have advanced, but they are too long, at this point I have to decide what height do it. But let's see if with some pictures I can explain better:

 

    

 

Under filter and  acquatube I have to put curves at 90 or at least make curves with the pipes, I have to decide which margin I need. 

 

The idea is to have the same margin above and below both the filter that the acquatube, so that they are centered, based on what I have to calculate the height of the vertical spacers ... :thinking:

 

They will be lit by LEDs and everything will be covered by the plexy or black aluminum :teaching: 


Edited by The Colonel - 10/23/14 at 11:11pm
post #32 of 205
Well if your going to mount the pumps in the top section of the aluminum frame, how are you going to fill the loop with the reservoir being under it?
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Profiles of 15 cm seemed me too long, so I did a little project with the measurements, and you will not believe it, but they are perfect! 

 

I can only be happy because I had prepared 16 pieces of them including wooden souls! 

 

The determinant is that the Bitspower 90° fittings, that certainly I'm going to use, are 30 mm high, plus 5 mm margin and here is the result:

 

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The choice of this location for the filter is purely aesthetic and indeed complicate the connection of the LOOP! 

 

But I love it so!:specool:

 

The Aquatube instead will be a bottom of the bag, it will be connected to the  Monsta 560 top exit and to a tap. 


My idea is that it should "drain" the air from the RAD because I cannot move much this case at startup. 

 

Moreover, even in the filling stage, I think I'll use this access to fill the LOOP!

 


Edited by The Colonel - 10/23/14 at 11:11pm
post #34 of 205
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Originally Posted by Serene Dreamer View Post

Well if your going to mount the pumps in the top section of the aluminum frame, how are you going to fill the loop with the reservoir being under it?

 

Hi Serene Dreamer,

 

 

I have not yet spoken about pumps and where I want to put them. :headscrat

 

However don't worry, I'll put them down, or between 2 PSU or at most on the middle floor (still to do) under the tank 400ml ;) :D.

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Hi Serene Dreamer,


I have not yet spoken about pumps and where I want to put them. headscratch.gif

However don't worry, I'll put them down, or between 2 PSU or at most on the middle floor (still to do) under the tank 400ml wink.gif  biggrin.gif .

Well if you didn't mention the pump placement then what is this (excuse me for my confusion)?
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Well if you didn't mention the pump placement then what is this (excuse me for my confusion)?
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These are an acquacomputer filter (left) and am acquacomputer acquatube (right) ;)

 

   

post #37 of 205
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These are an acquacomputer filter (left) and am acquacomputer acquatube (right) wink.gif

 
  

I never saw filters like that in my life tongue.gif

I thought the filter was the laing ddc pump thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
post #38 of 205
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I never saw filters like that in my life tongue.gif

I thought the filter was the laing ddc pump thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

 

Don't worry, it's smaller than the pump!

 

But the cool thing is that they are designed to be lit with LEDs.

 

It's German technology!  damned these Germans :D

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Don't worry, it's smaller than the pump!

But the cool thing is that they are designed to be lit with LEDs.

It's German technology!  damned these Germans biggrin.gif

led in a filter????

Now that is OVERKILL gunner.gif
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led in a filter????

Now that is OVERKILL gunner.gif

 

Look the filter 

 

 

and the tank

 

 

I'll use red Leds

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