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Anybody tried to sleeve with Techflex? biggrin.gif http://www.techflex.com/land_adveng.asp You would get nice resistances too thumbsupsmiley.png

Edit: Could somebody help me getting braided cables? http://www.overclock.net/t/1230940/lf-braided-extension-cables#post_16744303
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Lutro0 could you show your crimp tool and how to correctly position the terminal in the tool? If this info is in the thread how about a page number?
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Originally Posted by PCCstudent View Post

Lutro0 could you show your crimp tool and how to correctly position the terminal in the tool? If this info is in the thread how about a page number?

He has tutorial links in his sig. thumb.gif
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hey guys!! so i´ve been observing the community for a while now and finally got the courage to sleeve. Im from Brazil and there is absolutely no one doing this here! So I want to help bring it down here. I was very inspired by this gallery adn especially by Lutroo who has trully been my inspiration. I am currently sleeving my PSU and will have pictures when I am done. My fingures hurt so much my girlfriend and I spent and entire weekend sleeving and im still not halfway done, I figure it will take this entire week.

On another note, I had a lot of trouble oopening my PSU. I couldn´t do it so I just ended up sleeving all the way to the end and not inside which is fine. Ill post pictures to show ho it looks and hope you guys aprove please comment when I post. By the end of the week ill be done with it. Can anyone help me though and give me suggestions on how I could open the PSU?

Thanks guys you all are trully an inpiration to get going! I was going to be lazy and buy those extensions but thats no fun.
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Got my sleeving from Nils ordered woot!!
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Originally Posted by solsamurai View Post

He has tutorial links in his sig. thumb.gif

I watched the tool video and I did not see a demo of the tool to crimp the terminals and I looked for links in his "sig" and nothing stands out as "Ah ha here is the crimp tool demo" can you find a picture of the crimp tool he uses.I am having a good bit of trouble with crimps on professionally made cables so I might as well buy the tool,make my own crimps and then only have myself to blame.Thanks

EDIT: If all else fails we have a pretty good (but way expensive) electronics store here in town.I can take my cables with the failed crimps (and the terminal I dug out of the connector) and try and get the crimp tool.I just bet I can tell if a tool is quality or not but I would like to mention one by name at first.I used to do wiring on machines that actually made the base silicon wafer for cpu's and we all had to do a minimum of 8hrs crimp instruction.Some people took longer to learn how to correctly crimp and then there is the pressure of keeping up your crimp quality day in and day out.
Edited by PCCstudent - 3/19/12 at 12:36pm
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post #6467 of 14577
The crimp tool that Lutro0 probably uses is the MDPC crimping tool as it is the best you can get.. It is a little bit pricey but imo worth it.
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On the contrary, the MDPC crimper is like 40 euros and comes with over 100 pins free. While the official Molex crimp tool (Molex part number 63819-1000) is 240 euros.
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OK, I am off to check out both tools,Thanks +reps wisk,regles

EDIT: my searches led me to places that sell the full on Molex tools (yes they are expensive) and to ebay.There is a tremendous amount of crimping tools and crimping tool accessories on ebay.Some are German,some a Swedish.All but the generic tool "from the local computer store" can be real expensive. I checked out making custom cables with aircraft quality cannon style connectors and pins,the cost is astronomical (or better said aeronautical). You really would not want any of the "professional" made cables I have been buying lately on any airplane (espically one you are on) just too many crimp failures.I cannot tell if the failures are from poor/ill maintained tools or poor technique..
Edited by PCCstudent - 3/20/12 at 7:18am
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I was comparing the price to a crimper that you can buy at a local computer store. The real molex crimpers are ridiculously priced.
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