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Amazing Photography As Always Xion. Keep it up. BTW all those blocks look smexy. is there any reason to have that much sleeving? anyways cant wait for the next update.
    
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post #1242 of 1675
All right, those are colored pictures. Now I know you're using black and gray. Be careful with it. Most people designing things these days don't focus on the end product but actually the materials with which they put together their items. Computers especially, since no one really thought to make a case that fits right into a home. You make it fit in, and guests can readily recognize it as a computer. Now you're decorating with building materials, and the ones that you're covering up with hopeful decoration are going to look black and gray. It's extremely modern, so be sure to be very careful.
post #1243 of 1675
Wow... thats a whole shipment of win
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AWESOME! I'm expecting mine pretty soon too
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EDIT: i shot my buddy an e-mail and he actually got back to me in reasonable time.

we use Novus brand 3 part polishes for most of the finishing work we do and he thinks that for your surface scuffs/scratches that would work better than any thing else. and i personally would follow it up with a good clear coat automotive wax (that's the extent of my personal experience with polishing Lexan) the wax will create a layer of protection that is MUCH easier to clean up if it gets scratched /scuffed up in the future.

http://www.amazon.com/Novus-Plastic-.../dp/B0029B518O <== that stuff. you should be able to get it at most chain auto parts stores as well and probably for a few bucks less (no shipping cost) but it usually costs us about $20 for a set

it lasts us like a month and we work with ALLOT of acrylics
Thanks, Striker. I'll check that out. Much appreciated.

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Now that's a lot of cable sleeving. You could sleeve 9001 feet of cable with that much. Unless you just puffed it up to make it look like more, lol.
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now that is a crap load of sleeving!
Yeah, well when you're sleeving each individual wire like I plan to do you need a lot of this stuff. I can use the practice, too. It's been a while since I've sleeved any cables.

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Amazing Photography As Always Xion. Keep it up. BTW all those blocks look smexy. is there any reason to have that much sleeving? anyways cant wait for the next update.
Thanks.

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All right, those are colored pictures. Now I know you're using black and gray. Be careful with it. Most people designing things these days don't focus on the end product but actually the materials with which they put together their items. Computers especially, since no one really thought to make a case that fits right into a home. You make it fit in, and guests can readily recognize it as a computer. Now you're decorating with building materials, and the ones that you're covering up with hopeful decoration are going to look black and gray. It's extremely modern, so be sure to be very careful.
Modern's just the look I'm going for.

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Wow... thats a whole shipment of win
Thanks man.

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AWESOME! I'm expecting mine pretty soon too
Sweet. Can't wait to see it.

TONS more photos on the way. Uploading now.
post #1246 of 1675
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My sleeving came in as I mentioned, along with my fans. So here are some pics from last night's photo session.

Love Nils' drawings. The space theme made me smile.















post #1247 of 1675
pretty awsome, i love the mdpc sleeving, it looks awsome and its nice to work with
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post #1248 of 1675
What material are you using as a backdrop?

And dayum man someone must have got some pocket money, those fans aren't cheap!
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And dayum man someone must have got some pocket money, those fans aren't cheap!
lol, i just googled it and i was like: darn, they arnt cheap indeed...xD
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post #1250 of 1675
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pretty awsome, i love the mdpc sleeving, it looks awsome and its nice to work with
Thanks. MDPC sleeving looks incredible in front of a lens.

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What material are you using as a backdrop?

And dayum man someone must have got some pocket money, those fans aren't cheap!
Black suede. And yeah, the fans aren't cheap but they're of very high quality. They feel very solid when you hold them in your hand, and the rubberized casing helps dampen vibration.
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