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Marcuss great job once again. I not going to give you a rep+ becauese you already have more than me


Cheers for the feedback guys, anything else in particular you want me to do a Guide on?
    
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Yeah can you do a guide on how to drill 220mm fan holes Just kidding, but what size drill bit would you reccommend on using to drill a blow hole for a 220mm fan?
    
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erm, I hope you aren't serious lol... I don't think they make a hole saw that big or if they did, it would be very cost prohibitive unless you were a case builder. An Irwin Bi-Metal 120mm hole saw without an arbor costs around $25-30.

If I were you, I'd bust out the Dremel or a Jigsaw. Actually, there is a hole cutting tool attachment for the dremel that would allow you to do a hole that size

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Marcus, when you cut your holes in acrylic, do you go slow-n-low or hard-n-heavy? <-- sorry for the technical jargon
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Oh right I see, back to the drawing boards I go lol
    
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Marcus, when you cut your holes in acrylic, do you go slow-n-low or hard-n-heavy? <-- sorry for the technical jargon
lol this thread is turning into filth already
I go "slow-n-low" otherwise it can crack the acrylic or leave little bite marks around the hole.
Deffo support the acrylic from underneath as well, like I did with a piece of wood!
    
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I'm considering doing this. I kinda need a blow hole on the top of my case. The only thing is I'd have to do it with a dremel.
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Marcus, what's your own website address?

I gave it a Google but came up blank...
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any tips on how to cut the acrylic? i just got a huge piece of tinted acrylic.. pretty thick too! like.. maybe 3' x 6' or so..
 
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