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ooooo, a 90 degree res tube coupler sounds kind of interesting...
 
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post #472 of 4504
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Originally Posted by BoxGods View Post

I have had MUCH worse first attempts at bending...yours still looks like a tube...well sorta...if you hold your head sideways and squint a bit =)

Still seems like you are makng this much harder than it needs to be maybe? Use the FDP parts for external fill port on your desk top and one underneath for a drain port. FDP/50mm tube/EC-SP and connect those to the main tube via short lengths of tube.

Space not permitting...just let me machine you something custom...

Probably end up doing something like that in the end, but this is an exercise in extravagance and waste!
post #473 of 4504
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Probably end up doing something like that in the end, but this is an exercise in extravagance and waste!

In your desk PC building space, how deep is it from the clear top to the bottom of that cavity the reservoir sits in? Give me some dimensions and let me draw something up so you can look it over.
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In your desk PC building space, how deep is it from the clear top to the bottom of that cavity the reservoir sits in? Give me some dimensions and let me draw something up so you can look it over.

Both cabinets are 2' width, 2.5' depth, 3' height.

Left cabinet contains pumps and radiators, right cabinet contains the PC parts.

Here's some pictures from the build log:
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Current set-up:





Inside of left cabinet:




Inside of right cabinet:




Clear top view:


None of the reservoir actually goes down into either cabinet. It just rests on top and two 1" holes are drilled on both sides to run tubing down to each cabinet.

A PVC pipe with a regular tube running through it is hidden on the bottom side to connect the loop.
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That's the long and short of the set-up.
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Both cabinets are 2' width, 2.5' depth, 3' height.

Ah I got it now...somehow I thought the reservoir was under the desktop. Must be the shine/reflection of the top that gives it that sort of depth illusion.

Well shoot that makes it a LOT easier. I will draw up some custom machined PVC end caps tonight for you to look at.
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Ah I got it now...somehow I thought the reservoir was under the desktop. Must be the shine/reflection of the top that gives it that sort of depth illusion.

Well shoot that makes it a LOT easier. I will draw up some custom machined PVC end caps tonight for you to look at.

Nice, that would help a ton.

Heck 2 solid acrylic blocks like this would be ace as hell:



(doesn't need to be 90mm or anything like that. just for the sake of the little doodle).
post #477 of 4504
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Nice, that would help a ton.

Heck 2 solid acrylic blocks like this would be ace as hell:



(doesn't need to be 90mm or anything like that. just for the sake of the little doodle).

I was thinking to match the rest of the parts...this is one option but we could use the side port style with an add on cap of some sort.



Would have hidden downward facing ports and screw holes on the bottom you could drive screws through from the underside of the desk. Pretty basic. Clean.
Edited by BoxGods - 11/10/15 at 8:48pm
post #478 of 4504
!!! Your going to manufacture those for us horizontal res people right? tongue.gif (Actually I don't think they'd fit in my HTPC case, I'm already pushing it with my length, still pretty darn cool looking.)
post #479 of 4504
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I was thinking to match the rest of the parts...this is one option but we could use the side port style with an add on cap of some sort.



Would have hidden downward facing ports and screw holes on the bottom you could drive screws through from the underside of the desk. Pretty basic. Clean.

Not what I was thinking, but it will definitely do what I'm wanting and have the added bonus of having value to other customers instead of just being a random, one-off set up. thumb.gif

Well played, Gene, well played.
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Not what I was thinking, but it will definitely do what I'm wanting and have the added bonus of having value to other customers instead of just being a random, one-off set up. thumb.gif

Well played, Gene, well played.

Actually I was pretty much thinking one off set as these don't really do anything you can't do with the mounts and having pass thru ports in what amounts to the "feet" would be a nightmare for me from a support perspective.

If they are not exactly what you were thinking let me know what you want changed and I will change the drawings.
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