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post #8391 of 14129
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Originally Posted by nawon72 View Post

Techflex makes Clean Cut.

It says JT&T Products Clean-Cut PET Expandable Sleeving right on it http://jttproducts.com/
http://s345512767.onlinehome.us/WiringDepot/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=64&products_id=1488

Nothing about Techflex on it.

Who knows, maybe it's a repackage...
post #8392 of 14129
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Originally Posted by 350 Malibu View Post

Well to be honest, I would just hit it with some black clean cut sleeving. It's super tight weave stuff and would work great for this application. For the signal wire I'd use 1/8" sleeve, then 1/4" for the power wires (both wires in one sleeve). 3/16" 2:1 shrink would work fine for the 1/8" sleeve, but you would need to look and see what they have available for the 1/4" sleeve (1/4" shink might work if you stretched it out a little, but might still be too small...).
Not sure if you are near a fry's electronics, but they carry the clean cut in ~20' lengths for $7, below is a link. It's made by JT&T and is great for general purpose sleeving.
http://www.frys.com/search?search_type=regular&sqxts=1&query_string=Black+Expandable+Sleeving&submit.x=0&submit.y=0&cat=0
Good luck and happy sleeving. thumb.gif
Edit: Stay away from the cheap Flexo-PET sleeving. You can see the wires right through it. It has it's place, but this is not one of them.biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by nawon72 View Post

Techflex makes Clean Cut.

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Originally Posted by 350 Malibu View Post

It says JT&T Products Clean-Cut PET Expandable Sleeving right on it http://jttproducts.com/
http://s345512767.onlinehome.us/WiringDepot/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=64&products_id=1488
Nothing about Techflex on it.
Who knows, maybe it's a repackage...


My bad guys, i should have replied earlier-im located in Europe at the moment, so i dont have access to any of those outlets, and shipping from the States to EU is way OTT!

I was thinking of using this guy perhaps, (http://en.mdpc-x.com/mdpc-sleeve.htm) but im thinking that its a bit overkill just to sleeve a pump wink.gif

Opinions please....
post #8393 of 14129
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Originally Posted by nawon72 View Post

Techflex makes Clean Cut.

I have used a ton of clean cut flex. I get it very cheap from a supplier I use when I make my HT cables. Its pretty good stuff.
 
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My bad guys, i should have replied earlier-im located in Europe at the moment, so i dont have access to any of those outlets, and shipping from the States to EU is way OTT!
I was thinking of using this guy perhaps, (http://en.mdpc-x.com/mdpc-sleeve.htm) but im thinking that its a bit overkill just to sleeve a pump wink.gif
Opinions please....

I was going to suggest MDPC, but didn't think it would be worth an order out of Germany for a couple feet of sleeve. biggrin.gif
post #8395 of 14129
Hello all.

I was wondering if anyone has any mdpc grand Bleu sleeving here in the states that would be willing to trade for some b-magic or possibly sell. I only need a small amount. (6ft maybe) possibly suggest who I could ask.

I received my order from mdpc and after looking at it good I kinda wished I had gone with the grand Bleu.

I can't justify ordering random parts just to meet the minimum shipping requirements to order one roll of sleeving.
   
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Which parcord color/brand comes closest to the Noctua light brown/tan color (fan shroud)?

Rothco Chocolate brown is quite similar to the fan blades.


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post #8397 of 14129
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Originally Posted by TheNovice View Post

Which parcord color/brand comes closest to the Noctua light brown/tan color (fan shroud)?
Rothco Chocolate brown is quite similar to the fan blades.
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Have a looky here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1320853/paracord-sleeved-fans-noctua-nf-f12-pwm/0_20

Pretty nice colour combo, although it isn't matched.
post #8398 of 14129
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Originally Posted by BuToNz View Post

Have a looky here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1320853/paracord-sleeved-fans-noctua-nf-f12-pwm/0_20
Pretty nice colour combo, although it isn't matched.

Thanks... It is a nice combo - was hoping to find a closer match though.


Anyone - any ideas?


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post #8399 of 14129
Hey Novice I saw you comment on my Paracord Noctua sleeving thread, just thought I'd reply here.

I purchased the sleeving from Gorilla Paracord for extremely cheap: http://www.gorillaparacord.com/550-Paracord-Mil-Spec-Type-III-7-Strand_p_8.html

I ordered 25FT of Tan, and 25FT of Brown. However it looks as if "Brown" isn't an option on the drop-down anymore for some reason. In my thread, I used the TAN paracord I received from them. I sleeved something like 12 Notcuas, and I still have some paracord left over, so 25FT will do you well.

EDIT: I should probably read better lol. To match it better is difficult. The only heatshrink I could really find that fit the Noctua fans was a straight up Chocolate brown. Your best bet for Paracord is purchasing small quantities of browns and tans to find the one you like best in person.


Edited by WebsterXC - 12/15/12 at 9:05pm
post #8400 of 14129
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Originally Posted by WebsterXC View Post

Hey Novice I saw you comment on my Paracord Noctua sleeving thread, just thought I'd reply here.
I purchased the sleeving from Gorilla Paracord for extremely cheap: http://www.gorillaparacord.com/550-Paracord-Mil-Spec-Type-III-7-Strand_p_8.html
I ordered 25FT of Tan, and 25FT of Brown. However it looks as if "Brown" isn't an option on the drop-down anymore for some reason. In my thread, I used the TAN paracord I received from them. I sleeved something like 12 Notcuas, and I still have some paracord left over, so 25FT will do you well.
EDIT: I should probably read better lol. To match it better is difficult. The only heatshrink I could really find that fit the Noctua fans was a straight up Chocolate brown. Your best bet for Paracord is purchasing small quantities of browns and tans to find the one you like best in person.
Good job! It looks like more people are starting to make Noctua builds. I love the brown color! Hopefully next year I will get started on mine.
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