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I'd like to see a 3d printed anything put to actual use. That deserves a thread of it own if you ask me. Imagine if we all start printing custom parts for ourselves.
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I tried to look for a 6" reservoir but no one makes them. So I'll be making my own. In my Build The reservoir takes center stage.
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Originally Posted by d00bzilla View Post

I'd like to see a 3d printed anything put to actual use. That deserves a thread of it own if you ask me. Imagine if we all start printing custom parts for ourselves.

I dont print parts but I do make custom bits....a res in this instance.







Easier to CNC the flat panels and then solvent weld them....

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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

1/4" BSPP ports are standard,7-10mm wall thickness for a bay res is normal.
Not sure what kind of clarity printing material has if you actually want to see the coolant...

Tube res are normally 5-6mm cast acrylic

The reservoir I'm going to have will be made in a Acrylic type material and I'll be having the in and out tubes made into the reservoir, so that it will be one piece.

I don't have any tubes on hand so I can't take the measurements. That's why I'm asking for your help.

12mm OD tube is the norm,you can use 16mm and EK fittings also
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So this is what I'm thinking of getting printed:

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Little Devil V8 Tvelander !

http://imgur.com/a/Wb7uX
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Speaking of GT's, one of the fans on my rad is making a ticking sound at low speeds (1000rpm) anyway to fix this....

Not likely, I was going to mention this when you talked about the previous SP120's ticking. It isn't fans that create ticking, it is the fan controller. Some cheaper ones use a pulsed voltage to simulate a lower voltage, the rapid changes in voltage create the noise in the fan motors. The lower the voltage the wider the gaps in peak and min voltage so they become easier to hear. Just like looking at an animation or flickbook, if the pages change slowly its easier to see a jerking motion than at high speeds.



To give you a visual of what Jackusonfire is talking about, here's a scope view of a low end Lamptron FC3 at a low speed setting:



The yellow reference line is 0V.


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I'm so pissed that i can't enter MOTM here....sponsored builds are not allowed,even posting on another forum disqualifies me.
Such crap

No want

Much unlike.

I think it's fair. Sponsored builds should belong on a different category. But why not make a non sponsored build?
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they should definitely have a MOTM for sponsored folks.

While sponsored folks save a bit of money, they also spend allot more time.
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Now that my re-build is done, I don't know what to do with myself. I wish a sweet new processor and GPU architecture would release so I'd have an excuse to waste my money some more.

I don't like saving money
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Now that my re-build is done, I don't know what to do with myself. I wish a sweet new processor and GPU architecture would release so I'd have an excuse to waste my money some more.

I don't like saving money

Wait like 6mo for the new Intel chipsets, DDR4, and SATA express
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