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post #31 of 680
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Well that's piddling....a Cu TRU is 1.9Kgs !!! Didn't stop them making them...and very good they are too...
granted, but i need to keep in mind i have to send them from New Zealand
post #32 of 680
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Is this hand milled?
hand milled ! err NO .. i made my first chiller by hand and after doing it once i vowed id never do that again. it takes SO long
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hand milled ! err NO .. i made my first chiller by hand and after doing it once i vowed id never do that again. it takes SO long
didn't think so

BTW you should use your chiller to cool the tec that will go with this block
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didn't think so

BTW you should use your chiller to cool the tec that will go with this block
yeah.. that would be stacking TEC's .. i bet that would use a whole lot of electricity !

Pricing with an acrylic top will be about 120 - 150 USD. thats for an updated model
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One acrylic top


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Edited by Ultrasonic2 (muffy) - 6/28/09 at 1:45am
post #36 of 680
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The black top above was wrong so i've made a new one.. with a place for LEDS . im more sure if people want LEDS or not but there you go anyway

This is made from 2 sheets glued together which is why it looks like it's got water marks .. dont worry later ones will be made from a single sheet


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post #37 of 680
Looks nice.
The entire trick with a TEC block is minimum conduction between hot and cold blocks (bolts and such hurt your temperatures more then you imagine), while still providing ample pressure, and a flow pattern that allows complete cooling.

I think it will work well.
Nice machining.
post #38 of 680
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And here she is pre insulation





i can't wait to make the next one as i have a billion improvements to make
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post #39 of 680
looks nice. it has kind of a vintage look to it...
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Nice looking block! When are you going to try it out?
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