Originally Posted by Omri
i didnt read it all
but what about that one? >>Click Here
i would like to build my own phase change unit
Hellgy perhaps you would like to help me build my own and finding a place to buy all that is needed
Hello brother, It is very nice to see someone from Israel in our community, finally, i knew that eventually some one will join^^.
You should read several guides, starting from the guide translated by Big_white on fresh.co.il, it is the exact guide from overclockers.ru,
just slightly briefed...
Here it is:
That will only provide general info and it is not recommended to act upon this guide.
First read this guide in his entirety(2 parts):
Then start obtaining parts, buy a gas brazing device, which is a must, and costs about 100 nis+ oxygen tank, or 150 nis for the device that used in the guide above.
Generally you can get a hold of all the parts in a refrigerators second hand store, or from a lab which deals with cooling devices.
Don't let them rip you off.. my guy offered me condenser for refrigerator+1/3 HP compressor for 150 nis, I'm sure that i could break him, tho i was lucky enough to get those parts for free, out of the external part of an old air conditioner(the part that hangs out side the room, with the big fan in it).
Other parts such as 6mm external diameter tubes, which i will use, filter, suction tube, you must purchase.
As for the evaporator(the actual block) you may buy it from one of the greater guys like Chilly one which can be found in www.xtremesystems.com
, or build it back here blue-white^^, like I'm doing, all you need is a good cube of pure copper and access to a CNC device, if you don't mind for it to look
nasty you can drill the maze in the block and clear the path by pouring acid int it and keeping it their for a day or two...
I will be very glad to meet you!, we can work on our projects together, Where are you from?, I'm from Holon.
-From now one, I'm making this thread my official project page and i will report about the progress on daily basis, or instantaneously.