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post #621 of 666
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I am back .

Yes still playing with my cncrouter. But it is for this build.

I made a 24 pin wallmount.

Wath do you think about the color pattern for my deskbuild.

I still can change colors but i thought to use the ROG colors red and black.

Somone asked me if i can make a wallmount for the Cable Comb "closed version".










Wath do you think!
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Wath do you think!

those mounts and cable combs are amazing. Sleeving looks v. good. Will it look the same when it is inside the desk (same color lightning, behind glass)?
    
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That 24 pin looks like a PRO job Henry! Excellent work! Love the color scheme too! thumb.gifthumb.gif
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those mounts and cable combs are amazing. Sleeving looks v. good. Will it look the same when it is inside the desk (same color lightning, behind glass)?

I dont know if it looks the same but at least it is in the same color patern as the motherboard.

Thanks for the compliment. biggrin.gif
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That 24 pin looks like a PRO job Henry! Excellent work! Love the color scheme too! thumb.gifthumb.gif


Thanks bart, Doing my best and learned a lot the past few years.

I made new drawings today for the open Version of the cable combs that i need for connecting 2 pci-express cables together.
The are different because i need to disconnect the cables from each other when i need to. The closed ones are for the cables itself.

Made a few big 24 pins cable combs this evening that i want to use in combination with the 2mm ones..
I know pictures say more then words.

A few hours in a evening are quick gone.
Lets sie what tommorow brings.

This wil more then enough for the build.
Ha ha the only job that i dont like so much is to polish them on the machine, pffff ages.




So the color patern wil be the one in the above posted picture.

Ill be back soon. gunner2.gif
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Thursday "weekend for me". Next shift is nex wednesday so i have som time for making parts. Yesterday evening i made a few 5mm Cable Combs for my extension cables. This evening i finished putting dp tape on the small wallmounts. And i polished a new part and put it on to see if it looks oke. The diameter of the holes are 4mm. I want to use the 5mm in combination with the 2mm ones.
I hope eyou like them "i do".











A friend told me that the are 2 pound one e-bay. And 14 uk pound for a extension cable. That is cheap.
But this is fun also biggrin.gif
Edited by TATH - 4/20/17 at 1:11pm
post #627 of 666
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More plans for today but i only manage to do one. Stil loving to work with the machine and play with the software.
What have whe not don today:
- mounted the small wallmounts in the pedestels;
- making a new extension cable. (thanks Ali for the info).
But i am in no hurry.
I screw up on holder by using to high rpm on my spindle. So the edge of the drill holes and the hole where i put the small mount in where burnt.
Shi....... hapens. Time to spend more time on this material.
The engraving is super 0,3mm depth and sharplooking.
For the drill holes i just for the first time the peckdrill option.
And for the Contour lines and the hole where i place the mount in i used soapwater in a spraycan.
The edges are sharp.

the way i use this tool:
picture one:
- place the plate against the wall and drill the holes.
the holes are always at the same height;



picture 2:
- place a wallmount in the mall and place it against the wall;
- put 2 screws in and remove the mall.









Now whe have to see if it works. 😍
post #628 of 666
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Wife hasent call me for coffee that means i stil have a few minutes to work on my desk.

I lay down on my flat face to get access inside the pedestel.
The pictures telling the rest.

I just drilled the first 2 holes and removed the mall to have a look.
O not bad. Lets see if i can get the M3stainless steel screws in.



I flip the mall 180 degrees and place the wallmount after i pull of the protection tape on the back where i also put a peace off dp-tape.



Unless you have a 20 cm height elephant that can pull of the mount you can not get the mount off the wall.
I drild a 2,5mm hole and the screws are 3mm. No need to put tread in the inbustool make the screw go in to the end. Super tide.



I manage to put on 3 mounts and drild the holes for the 4e mount.




More tommorow i think "wife calls for coffee".

Ill be back tomorrow. gunner2.gif
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Clever man, I like the tool. Simple but effective!
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Clever man, I like the tool. Simple but effective!

Yes i like having tools that helps me with the build.
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