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post #91 of 193
I came out of hiding just to compliment you on this build. Your attention to detail is phenomenal, and very much so apparent in these awesome pictures! Great job.
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I came out of hiding just to compliment you on this build. Your attention to detail is phenomenal, and very much so apparent in these awesome pictures! Great job.

Thank you very much for the kind words it means a lot. The amount of planning that has gone into this build is phenomenal I feel like I will never be satisfied. More pics will be incoming soon.
post #93 of 193
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Well just when I think I have ordered all the fittings I need i realize I need even more. The basement plumbing in this case is going to be a nightmare with a 560x60mm rad and a 360x60mm rad both in push pull the space that I am working with is cramped, planning the fittings i need for this has been a pain. But it will force me to be creative with the loop design up top. Stay tuned for updates.
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Well just when I think I have ordered all the fittings I need i realize I need even more. The basement plumbing in this case is going to be a nightmare with a 560x60mm rad and a 360x60mm rad both in push pull the space that I am working with is cramped, planning the fittings i need for this has been a pain. But it will force me to be creative with the loop design up top. Stay tuned for updates.

You can do it! In one rad and out the other! smile.gif
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You can do it! In one rad and out the other! smile.gif

Yeah that part was the least of my concerns there's also a 240 with plumbing from the top. Big problem is the lack of height in those areas
post #96 of 193
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Hello guys just wanted to provide everyone with some more pictures these are some pictures of the progress I have made this past week. After going through I don't know how much PETG tubing I am finally getting the hang of bending these tubes. The bends are challenging but I think the end results will speak for themselves. With the 560 and 360 rads in the basement in push pull I will need to get creative with the plumbing down there as well as the bulkhead fittings that connect the top since i do not have enough height from the mid panel to the top of the radiators down there specifically the 560. My main concern this week is finishing plumbing up the top. I am still waiting on some custom machined pieces for the reservoir mount that hopefully will arrive soon. This build has been a big time commitment and I never thought it would take so long but I want everything to be perfect so it is worth the extra time. I have another long weekend coming up so I am planning on making another big push. I have painted the 140mm vardar fans for the basement white and the only thing left is to solder on extensions and sleeve everything together.











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Also does anyone know where I can find a diagram for the moddiy vandal switches?
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Also does anyone know where I can find a diagram for the moddiy vandal switches?

Can we get a picture of the wiring? Nice pictures above btw. I am thinking about going to PETG in the main chamber of my build pretty soon.
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post #99 of 193
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Can we get a picture of the wiring? Nice pictures above btw. I am thinking about going to PETG in the main chamber of my build pretty soon.

I will take some pictures when i get home from work today. And I highly suggest the PETG it is a pleasure to work with once you get the hang of heating it up and everything its about patience.
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Well I feel rather dumb right now the 1000mm bitspower tube that I had ordered over a month ago was actually Acrylic not PETG like I thought. Good thing I still need more fittings from PPCS. I thought it was strange that all of a sudden it was taking longer to bend the tubes thought at first it was my heatgun haha. whoopsss
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