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Originally Posted by kevingreenbmx View Post
looks awesome man!

good job!

we require more finished pics though.
more pics here

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Thats about 20 kilo more than my rig
And I agree with Kevin, more pics
see above

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to wifey: he is defanitly thinking ahead.

if he did not then why did he marry you??
and no what ever your dad says to you, saying i will make him marry you, it is a lie. your dad did not put a gun to his head.


"it might have been his balls" but def not his head.

LoL
She didn't believe you..
    
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i did try.

LoL
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more pics here


see above
Ah, there they are
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for serious man, that is THE best looking HAF I have EVER seen, and I have seen quite a few builds taking care of the water cooling club.

in fact, I think it is one of the only HAFs I have ever seen that I liked... that case is normally butt ugly.

but you and FOB have both made them look awesome.
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for serious man, that is THE best looking HAF I have EVER seen, and I have seen quite a few builds taking care of the water cooling club.

in fact, I think it is one of the only HAFs I have ever seen that I liked... that case is normally butt ugly.

but you and FOB have both made them look awesome.
Thank you very much. Coming from the "classy" builder that means alot. That was my plan to cut it up enough to change the look,but leave a little 932. I really didn't like the textured plastic front so I had to cut and smooth.

Funny I just went back through all the pics,man that was alot of work. Seems like a year ago already.
    
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Thank you very much. Coming from the "classy" builder that means alot. That was my plan to cut it up enough to change the look,but leave a little 932. I really didn't like the textured plastic front so I had to cut and smooth.

Funny I just went back through all the pics,man that was alot of work. Seems like a year ago already.
haha, I know all about taking a long time on a build... go take a look at the date on the first post in classy's worklog.

some of us really do take a year or more to do a build...
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for serious man, that is THE best looking HAF I have EVER seen, and I have seen quite a few builds taking care of the water cooling club.

in fact, I think it is one of the only HAFs I have ever seen that I liked... that case is normally butt ugly.

but you and FOB have both made them look awesome.
Thanks for your opinion about my case...xD
Personally I like the HAF, even if its stock...
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dude this makes me want to learn how to metalwork. is metalworking hard? maybe i could incorperate metalworking into speaker building too. dunno why but i have plans to go to college for speaker engineering, the only place i know of so far that would have the right classes is Georgia tech. amazing work on both the car and the haf. speaking of which, since i like cars and customizing cases/case modding too, metalworking would be perfect for me, it looks way too hard though.
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best look haf, pffftt please, the best looking mod. rarely does any one have nice clean and straight cuts or pays enough detail to use washers to cover the solder on the mobo mount holes them used anodized hex bolts.

i see a lot of kiddie case mod threads and as i see them progress i see so much that can be approved apon, rarely do i see any thing of this quality.

i found that metal working it's all in planning detail and the tools. were talking good welder, box pan brake, grinder and cut off wheels annnnd if you know people flow jet and cnc.

another thing in this project is REAL PAINT not ****ing dollar store in the can **** don't get me wrong i have defiantly done some work with spray can nice work that i'm proud of too. however can paint tends to flake of and scratch easily.

thats why i like powder coating for things that will some action, it may scratch but, it won't flake. similar with the automotive paint used on this build it so much stronger than spray can not quite and strong as powder coat. the key ingredient is hardener.

Epic job sir made me happy to see the pics, something i can really appreciate.
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dude this makes me want to learn how to metalwork. is metalworking hard? maybe i could incorperate metalworking into speaker building too. dunno why but i have plans to go to college for speaker engineering, the only place i know of so far that would have the right classes is Georgia tech. amazing work on both the car and the haf. speaking of which, since i like cars and customizing cases/case modding too, metalworking would be perfect for me, it looks way too hard though.
Thank You.
Metal work is like anything else you just need to jump in and work at it. The main problem with thin metals is understanding how the metal is going to react to the heat, It will shrink or expand depending on the stress its placed under.
When welding thin stock like 18 gauge you cannot make solid long weld you basically have to make a ton of spot welds or very small stitch weld to control the warping and of course have a body hammer and dolly near by. When welding panel to a vehicle its imperative that it's welded solid with no pin holes, now on my case I just made welds every inch or so because I knew i wouldn't be exposed to the elements. If you saw the pics of panels on the 51 Chevy I did It's like one of those TV shows panels welded-then in prime-then painted EASY! I had that car for almost 2 yrs. I would imagine I have 50-60 hours in each rear quarter panel and I was able to purchase panel for them but the rocker panels,rear trunk panel I had to make from sheet stock. So watch some vids and give it a go. Whew I could talk about this all day! Ask me about speakers and will give you a funny look...."I dunno if they cost more they must sound better".

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best look haf, pffftt please, the best looking mod. rarely does any one have nice clean and straight cuts or pays enough detail to use washers to cover the solder on the mobo mount holes them used anodized hex bolts.

i see a lot of kiddie case mod threads and as i see them progress i see so much that can be approved apon, rarely do i see any thing of this quality.

i found that metal working it's all in planning detail and the tools. were talking good welder, box pan brake, grinder and cut off wheels annnnd if you know people flow jet and cnc.

another thing in this project is REAL PAINT not ****ing dollar store in the can **** don't get me wrong i have defiantly done some work with spray can nice work that i'm proud of too. however can paint tends to flake of and scratch easily.

thats why i like powder coating for things that will some action, it may scratch but, it won't flake. similar with the automotive paint used on this build it so much stronger than spray can not quite and strong as powder coat. the key ingredient is hardener.

Epic job sir made me happy to see the pics, something i can really appreciate.
Thanks Man.
I forgot to say anything about the Mobo screws. I'm glad someone noticed. I really wanted to use those on all my rad grills but just couldn't find them locally and one place said they could order them but wanted $70 for 100 pack in stainless (I have to draw the line somewhere). Yes I'm a big fan of High End auto paint I probably blasted through $300 worth of paint if I include the repaint. The clears I use are VERY durable and very expensive but will hold a gloss for years. But believe it or not I sprayed this with an cheap paint gun I got from Harbor Freight I think It was $20...makes me wonder why I spend $400-$500 on my high end guns hell I paid $300 for my airbrush. Crap here I go again rambling about painting.
I hate prep work but sure love the the reactions when I'm done!!
Thanks again for the kind words
    
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