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The updates are always few a far between, but the read is always entertaining while we wait.

Syrillian, what you've been doing with your drive and motherboard mounting is exactly the flavor of what I have been trying to sort out for my drive mounting on Eights. Sadly, I haven't quite fully visualized where I'm going yet, but your work, as always, inspires.

Syrillian. My muse.

(LULZ @ that smiley)
post #1022 of 4016
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Warf, I can assure you that the feeling is mutual.

The CrazyEights project, as well as Ice's build (and lately other builds like Broham-Johns) has inspired me to try some different joint-techniques next time around.

I can sincerely say that I believe this to be one of the best attributes of humanity: we springboard of one another...


I will have an update in a few minutes.

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Hello again.

Lookee at my almost-level and none-too stable work table:



Lol! (Nelson, “Ha-Ha)â€

I have become quite fond of this gimmicky Dremel vice… turns out “gimmicky†is “good†*eats crow*





Here are the rough-cut motherboard support pieces (or more accurately. “some of themâ€):




These pieces were rip-fences that I made for the router table, but I don’t use them. Instead, I put them to use as the rails for the motherboard to slide in and out of the case on. One will be mounted to the inside top of the case, and the other on a shelf.



Like so…



…with the optical drive up front (but enclosed in its housing).




Here are a few different shots of a test-fit:








The next image shows the manner in which the motherboard support/optical drive housing will bisect the Y-axis of the case. On each side will be one of the 480 radiators.




I still need to dismantle the panels and put a finishing polish on them before I can start assembling the insides of the case.


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Syrillian your projects never fail to amaze me
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Syrillian your projects never fail to amaze me
Can the choir get an Amen!

Looks fantastic bro-man. I'm happy to know I've made friends with such a talented and kind artist as yourself Syr.

(And bro, me and Girface are going to make a charity fund so you can get a real worktable,LOL. Is that like a coffetable on another table?? I mean it in love though! honest! OWW! Stop hitting me you muscle bound freak! :swearing: [ ] )
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Danke, Gents.

Slow-going for sure with changes, mishaps, and a general sense of sloth-like behavior.


Repo...... you mock my trusty table(s)?

Hah! Yeah what a POS. Yes, it is an old coffe table stacked on a 2x4 table that I whipped together awhile back. It is rickity, and does not sit on level ground; nor is the top table secured to the bottom...uh... "table" -lol.

Picture this:

I have the router table attached with C-clamps to the top table. I am happily routing out some 1" thick laminated acrylic.
Due to the thickness of the acrylic I have to apply a fair amount of lateral pressure against the bearing.

*la la la .. happily routing la la*

BAM!

I push the top table off of the bottom one, and I am left standing holding a piece of acrylic with no table under me... all wide-eyed and stoopid-looking.

Hahahahahahahahahaa!! ..hah.. ha.. heh ...erm.. sorry... guess ya had to be there.

HAH! I wish I coulda taken a picture of my face.. ...yeah, something like that.


Not one of my most brilliant moments.

Oh well. *shrugs*

Life goes on.

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looks awesome and lol at the table incident!
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Syr, you're truly a master of your acrylic art my friend. This is amazing.
    
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Well Syr, that "incident" really shows why everyone should have a solid work surface; but it did make a nice read
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Repo...... you mock my trusty table(s)?

Hah! Yeah what a POS. Yes, it is an old coffe table stacked on a 2x4 table that I whipped together awhile back. It is rickity, and does not sit on level ground; nor is the top table secured to the bottom...uh... "table" -lol.

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I have the router table attached with C-clamps to the top table. I am happily routing out some 1" thick laminated acrylic.
Due to the thickness of the acrylic I have to apply a fair amount of lateral pressure against the bearing.

*la la la .. happily routing la la*

BAM!

I push the top table off of the bottom one, and I am left standing holding a piece of acrylic with no table under me... all wide-eyed and stoopid-looking.

Hahahahahahahahahaa!! ..hah.. ha.. heh ...erm.. sorry... guess ya had to be there.

HAH! I wish I coulda taken a picture of my face.. ...yeah, something like that.


Not one of my most brilliant moments.

Oh well. *shrugs*

Life goes on.

I didn't have time to post when I read this in the earrrly A.M. but ROFL !!!

Thank you for the first laugh of the day Syrillian, I needed it! Hah!!
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