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yeah!


UUUmmm After searching for Custom Cable Combs, Lutro0 Cable combs, E22 Cable Combs, and then finally going here: http://www.overclock.net/newsearch/?advanced=1&createdbyuserid%5B0%5D=339918&order=descending&search=&sort=lastupdate&type=61 :I think I figured it out...

He is taking E22 Combs and other combs, and MODIFYING them to fit the idea he needs for what he is putting in... If you look here:



on the far left, you can see the original cable combs.. My guess is that he is using a belt sander to make them work for what he needs specifically... hence why he says Experimenting... I could be wrong, but look at the pictures in his profile, and you will see a lot of combs that have been cut to pieces and modified.
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Fair play to ya man, I was looking for that post only last night, couldn't find it anywhere.

@Elder, where can we buy these? There was some German website if I recall correctly. Not MDPCx.
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@Elder, where can we buy these? There was some German website if I recall correctly. Not MDPCx.

It's Bit-Tech Modding in Poland. I've bought a few of their combs now and they are pretty good. Very cheap as well.

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yeah!

I was wrong, and your answer lies below.. :-D Google fails at helping find those.. I guess you have to know so that you can get them.
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It's Bit-Tech Modding in Poland. I've bought a few of their combs now and they are pretty good. Very cheap as well.


Thank you for sharing those. I was WAY off on where they came from, :-(
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It's Bit-Tech Modding in Poland. I've bought a few of their combs now and they are pretty good. Very cheap as well.
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Legend, been looking for these for a while now. Very cheap as well!

How much was shipping to NL? I'm in Ireland, shouldn't be too much more expensive.
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Legend, been looking for these for a while now. Very cheap as well!

How much was shipping to NL? I'm in Ireland, shouldn't be too much more expensive.

First time it was 35 zloty and the next time it was 22 zloty, but I ordered a bunch of random stuff including screw taps and so on. I think there are 4 zlotys to the euro.
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Yea that's it, very reasonable shipping!
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That's something that takes practice as well. I haven't got the technique perfect yet. Simply speaking, if you make one wire that you are happy with then you can calculate the rest from these rules:
  • Each hole is 4.2mm apart.
  • An inner 90 degree curve is 6.6mm shorter than an outer curve.

So I do one wire at a time, and write down the length. Then I do the next one by adding or subtracting either of those numbers. Sometimes it comes out okay looking smile.gif

That sounds like a lot of work. I like my way where i guesstimate. Adjust it later on. tongue.gif
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So how do you guesstimate and adjust later? Do you cut cables to length, crimp them, assemble into connectors and plug the cable in? Then disassemble and sleeve after you are happy all fits?
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So how do you guesstimate and adjust later? Do you cut cables to length, crimp them, assemble into connectors and plug the cable in? Then disassemble and sleeve after you are happy all fits?

I do one wire at a time inside the case. I do sleeve them right away too. Affer all cables are routed i will cut off the end of the wire to the proper length. Then recrimp and reshink the sleeve.
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