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im making a block right now what wont have perfect flow... i didn't realize until i was 1/2 through it. i was thinking i could add some ZZ's to it to even the flow back out
post #172 of 680
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Interesting design ... in it's current lay out it's definitely not distributing the flow = these that big cut out which is ensuring the flow Wont be = distributed..



I could easy enough fill that back in though. still the distribution wouldn't be perfect .. but it maybe good enough ... obviously this it more complicated and required an extra layer it the cover that's not shown
Not sure what you mean, it should flow fine...although very restrictive compared to other designs...depending on the height and width of channels. I made the mid plate with two completely seperate loops converging into a single CPU block in mind, but of course that can be changed.


blue is inlet, red is outlet.

I'll be making something like this block for my CPU although I still haven't decided on the exact designs. ANd possibly will build it upwards to have the size needed to affix the coldsides of two 62mm TEC to the sides of the CPU block and cool the hot sides with similar designed blocks.....although no where near as tall.
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im making a block right now what wont have perfect flow... i didn't realize until i was 1/2 through it. i was thinking i could add some ZZ's to it to even the flow back out
well perfect in theory doesnt say much when a close approximation will give you the same real world results.
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Not sure what you mean, it should flow fine...although very restrictive compared to other designs...depending on the height and width of channels. I made the mid plate with two completely seperate loops converging into a single CPU block in mind, but of course that can be changed.


blue is inlet, red is outlet.

I'll be making something like this block for my CPU although I still haven't decided on the exact designs. ANd possibly will build it upwards to have the size needed to affix the coldsides of two 62mm TEC to the sides of the CPU block and cool the hot sides with similar designed blocks.....although no where near as tall.
oh i think i see now.. i thought you had to turn the mid plate over when it was onto of the base ...
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If you ever want a prototype run, I'll hook you up with a free one. Do you have a full size CNC mill? If you supply the material and a Solidworks file, I'll turn the part around in 48 hours(pending I have the tooling, which I most likely do) for free if you don't feel like running it. I have an Okuma 40"*20" vertical milling machine(among many others, but this is what I use for personal use). It's fun being involved in stuff like this. Also, if you ever need a hand with toolpathing, I'd be happy to lend a hand any way I can. Keep up the great work!
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Samfreese, muffy already has a mill and has milled a few blocks he's simply experimenting with designs.
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Samfreese, muffy already has a mill and has milled a few blocks he's simply experimenting with designs.
I'm aware. I was just offering another hand.
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I'm designing a couple blocks, I sure could use a hand every now and then with toolpath theory and using Solidworks
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I'm designing a couple blocks, I sure could use a hand every now and then with toolpath theory and using Solidworks
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post #180 of 680
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If you ever want a prototype run, I'll hook you up with a free one. Do you have a full size CNC mill? If you supply the material and a Solidworks file, I'll turn the part around in 48 hours(pending I have the tooling, which I most likely do) for free if you don't feel like running it. I have an Okuma 40"*20" vertical milling machine(among many others, but this is what I use for personal use). It's fun being involved in stuff like this. Also, if you ever need a hand with toolpathing, I'd be happy to lend a hand any way I can. Keep up the great work!
thanks

You can help me with a problem i have. just can't get the end of the end mill to be perfectly level with the top of the job to get my height "0" Perfect. When i mean perfect i dont mean really really close i mean perfect
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