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I got it based on all the previous info posted here. I'm still going to use it but with tape on the tubing to keep the mark in line with the cut. smile.gif

Just wish I woulda known in advance the limitation with the thicker tubing. doh.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Yeah...that saw is more for jewelry makers and small crafts. I don't really see the logic for it because maybe $30 more gets you a "real" chop saw with a 7.25" blade that can be used for lots of other projects around the house as you can cut two by fours. They also have dust collection bags that work reasonably well and you can hook your shop vac up to them.

The same goes for Dremel tools. Why pay $50 to $75 for a light weight "hobby" tool when you can pay the same or less for a "real" rotary tool that has more power, a real chuck, foot petal for hands free speed control, and a flex shaft?

http://www.harborfreight.com/flexible-shaft-grinder-and-carver-40432.html

I have a dremel, Rotozip, and miter saw with every blade and I use my dremel and hand hacksaw the most by a mile. Reason is because they're quick and easy to get out and put away again. I don't have any kind of a permanent she space... "yet", so I have to make due with the fast setup and put away items.
 
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Hm...I had not considered the space thing. I am old so I have a garage AND a shop with a thousand plus square feet so space is not really an issue. Thinking back to my apartment days tho...I can see where small and easily stored is important. That roto tool usually comes with it's own case so it qualifies...the chop saw not so much obviously.

I think you still need to view tools as an investment. I would rather have fewer but better quality as they just work better and last longer. I won the wife lotto because my wife is very DIY and loves tools too. Many times we have been talking to friends or neighbors and I will hear her say something like "For routers Porter Cable hands down" or "Cordless drills Ryobi or Rigid. Corded heavy duty Milwaukee for sure". I just beam with pride =)
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Feel like this thread should be renamed to "Monsoon Cooling Products and Discussion" or something.
post #2574 of 4504
Getting a lot closer to done. Monsoon makes some awesome stuff! So happy I went with it.




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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

I got it based on all the previous info posted here. I'm still going to use it but with tape on the tubing to keep the mark in line with the cut. smile.gif

Just wish I woulda known in advance the limitation with the thicker tubing. doh.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Yeah...that saw is more for jewelry makers and small crafts. I don't really see the logic for it because maybe $30 more gets you a "real" chop saw with a 7.25" blade that can be used for lots of other projects around the house as you can cut two by fours. They also have dust collection bags that work reasonably well and you can hook your shop vac up to them.

The same goes for Dremel tools. Why pay $50 to $75 for a light weight "hobby" tool when you can pay the same or less for a "real" rotary tool that has more power, a real chuck, foot petal for hands free speed control, and a flex shaft?

http://www.harborfreight.com/flexible-shaft-grinder-and-carver-40432.html

I have one available anytime I need it. So it's not that big a deal. My Mother has an unused Ryobi in the box for anything she needs done at her house. With a 1 year old toddler(today is his Bday, one of many I hope biggrin.gif) it's difficult to trek out to her place to put in that time. Hopefully soon. smile.gif

Although one of those is sort of overkill for anything under an inch tall in my opinion which was why I went with the DrillMaster. I think that I can still get it to work if I remove the vice portion of it as the saw will bottom out on the tube before the blade mars the top of the base surface. With more material cut it should be a cinch to dremel the remaining bit and then file the leftovers to a level flatness. Just have to figure out a way to secure the tubing just above the top of the base I think. thumb.gif

Since I had my GPU heatsinks machined to my needs to allow Thermospheres to mount over them and to my GPUs, I'm pretty sure I can figure this little conundrum out so I don't have to send a Battleship, to do the work of a Tug. cool.gif[
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

I got it based on all the previous info posted here. I'm still going to use it but with tape on the tubing to keep the mark in line with the cut. smile.gif

Just wish I woulda known in advance the limitation with the thicker tubing. doh.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Yeah...that saw is more for jewelry makers and small crafts. I don't really see the logic for it because maybe $30 more gets you a "real" chop saw with a 7.25" blade that can be used for lots of other projects around the house as you can cut two by fours. They also have dust collection bags that work reasonably well and you can hook your shop vac up to them.

The same goes for Dremel tools. Why pay $50 to $75 for a light weight "hobby" tool when you can pay the same or less for a "real" rotary tool that has more power, a real chuck, foot petal for hands free speed control, and a flex shaft?

http://www.harborfreight.com/flexible-shaft-grinder-and-carver-40432.html

I have a dremel, Rotozip, and miter saw with every blade and I use my dremel and hand hacksaw the most by a mile. Reason is because they're quick and easy to get out and put away again. I don't have any kind of a permanent she space... "yet", so I have to make due with the fast setup and put away items.

I have those too. But since a mini chop saw would be the better way to go, that's the way I went. I think I have the bigger tubing dilemma worked out. Having removed the vice from the surface of the base, I have found that the saw will cut through most of the 5/8" of material. Basically right to a couple hundredths of an inch. The base seems to be approximately 12mm thick maybe a little more. Without the Vice in place it lowers the material on the surface to allow a deeper cut. So all I need now is a small vice that I can mount offset to the work surface on either side to allow for multi axis tubes as well as straights. There is less than 1/2" clearance on the right side of the saw(which is the approximate width of the blade cover to the blade) so I have figure out a reasonable solution that doesn't require my using a Battleship to cut hardline.

I knew if I just slept on it I would be able to get this saw to do what I bought it to do. biggrin.gif lulz

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

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Getting a lot closer to done. Monsoon makes some awesome stuff! So happy I went with it. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



That's slightly insane. kookoo.gif

But damn I am so Jelly right now. mellowsmiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
Edited by Ceadderman - 6/11/16 at 1:43pm
 
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Feel like this thread should be renamed to "Monsoon Cooling Products and Discussion" or something.

Many pages ago we petitioned it to be renamed to the Monsoon Owners Club, but it seems the OP is MiA...
 
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Feel like this thread should be renamed to "Monsoon Cooling Products and Discussion" or something.

Many pages ago we petitioned it to be renamed to the Monsoon Owners Club, but it seems the OP is MiA...

I think we need a Mod to step in and combine this with the other Monsoon thread. But far be it for me to jack the thread and make this decision. thumb.gif

Oh and if this DrillMaster works how I believe it will now that I've thought of a workable solution, you should get one to add to your collection. Because the thing is massive.

Massively dinky anyway. tongue.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
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That's slightly insane. kookoo.gif

But damn I am so Jelly right now. mellowsmiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
Edited by Ceadderman - Today at 1:43 pm

I couldn't agree more no clue how it got to this point lol. Thanks Monsoon damn MMRS make me spend me money lol
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Getting a lot closer to done. Monsoon makes some awesome stuff! So happy I went with it.




That's soooo /jellybelly...
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+REP for this. I was considering getting one but your the first I've seen that mentions it can't cut all the way through thicker tubing. Me and my hacksaw have a great relationship, think I will continue that for now.
if its acrylic tube then definitely wrap the cut point. this will help keep the tube from chipping and cracking. also if your using a big miter saw like the link you would be best to use a fine tooth blade, not a course tooth for wood.
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Sure. You don't need to clamp the tube down. Also...I put a layer of blue painters tape down on the table to prevent any scratching. I also still put a wrap of the tape around the tube where I am cutting also.

Well cool, I'll have to try it out. I've got an acrylic blade for it somewhere, I'd used it when I was testing angles for LED light trays.
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