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Love the look in the last picture! Are those straws you used to mock up tube runs in pic 3?[/quote]

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Nice bends.

I got to remember to do that before doing bends. Are those straws or something else?[/quote]

Thanks!

Yep those are paper straws smile.gif Really helps visualize and it's easy to change it around - I think I stared at my motherboard for 2 hours before I decided to do that.



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what grit sandpaper would you use for acrylic tubing, to do something like true an end?

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what grit sandpaper would you use for acrylic tubing, to do something like true an end?

I use a medium course to flush and true crooked cut ends, but a fine course to chamfer them.
 
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Just got this stuff in the mail today, minus the radiator.



Really excited to do something new and different soon thumb.gif
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This is my first build that I'm going to be fully watercooling and this is the first pc I've built in years, I got most of the stuff already picked out http://pcpartpicker.com/list/7kqKqk What I'm having trouble with is finding a D5 pump that is a variable speed pump(all the ones I've found don't specify if they are or aren't.) and not sure what fittings to get or how many I'll need, if anyone could help me get the rest of this together and any input on something I could switch up please any help would be greatly appreciated, I really want this build to last me a long time which is why I'm going a little overkill on it, but I want to be happy in the end and this is what I got so far lol. And not sure of what fluid to use yet.
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sorry missed that. then amazon and order set or just the size you need. I did get a set of 3 for 5.00 at a tool sale. off the truck at convention center, but that is not an everyday thing you can count on
   
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McMaster has 7/16" in 12" and 18" lengths. . .

Not cheap, at about $50, but probably the best option you'll find except maybe cheap Chinese.

I'd suggest using the proper metric tap drill size for G1/4 for the first half inch or so of the bore, then go to the 7/16" which is slightly smaller and serves to protect the area to be threaded from abuse during the boring process.

Do not tap the threads at the end(s) of a long bore until the bore is complete.

Do tap the threads of blind holes that the long bore connects before doing the long bore

go to the hardware store or amazon and ask for a drill bit extension, it holds different size drill bits in place with an allen screw and you can buy them in multiple lengths.


Don't know if maybe you missed the conversation that brought up long drill bits, but extensions are not a viable solution, as the diameter where the allen screws are that holds the bit, is larger in diameter than the bit.

Darlene

Agreed. I never considered them viable options when it comes to milling tube runs. I know that there are long travel bits and did check out McMaster & Carr's website. 12" seems to be the way to go. But I may pick up both so that I can ream through any rough leftovers that may not be fully cleared and to make sure the center point is clear from milling the 12" lengths. So I'm figuring on about $120 worth of bits, before the cost of plugs and tap. At least I already have a 6-32 tap, so I can drill out the MB standoff points and I have some Dremel bits for I/O slots. Still need to pick up a Dremel bit for clearancing the width of the LED strips that will be on the face of the tray though. At least the project is advancing. Little by little but it's advancing. thumb.gif

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Agreed. I never considered them viable options when it comes to milling tube runs. I know that there are long travel bits and did check out McMaster & Carr's website. 12" seems to be the way to go. But I may pick up both so that I can ream through any rough leftovers that may not be fully cleared and to make sure the center point is clear from milling the 12" lengths. So I'm figuring on about $120 worth of bits, before the cost of plugs and tap. At least I already have a 6-32 tap, so I can drill out the MB standoff points and I have some Dremel bits for I/O slots. Still need to pick up a Dremel bit for clearancing the width of the LED strips that will be on the face of the tray though. At least the project is advancing. Little by little but it's advancing. thumb.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

@Ceadder you ever going to post some pics of whatever is your working on? I'm very curious smile.gif
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any idea why it's extremely hard to squeeze this hard tubing into these fittings? I reamed the tube, but they just wont squeeze into the fittings, no matter how hard I press...

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