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Any tips for remove the EK badge from the Supremacy all nickel without damage the surface of the waterblock itself?

I think hot air should be right for the first step, but for remove the badge I need a knife or something like that but I'm afraid of ruining the surface.

Any tips are welcome smile.gif

@Akira749 you know how to do for sure! smile.gif
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i would use a heat gun and maybe try a credit hard to get it to peel up first if not use a knife but moreto just gentle peal the ek badge up
    
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Originally Posted by Goofy Flow View Post

Any tips for remove the EK badge from the Supremacy all nickel without damage the surface of the waterblock itself?

I think hot air should be right for the first step, but for remove the badge I need a knife or something like that but I'm afraid of ruining the surface.

Any tips are welcome smile.gif

@Akira749 you know how to do for sure! smile.gif

All my badges (Cpu Block...Rads...Pump...Res..) just felt down with a good push...no hot gun or anything else involved...IDK what kind of glue sorcery you have there biggrin.gif
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i would use a heat gun and maybe try a credit hard to get it to peel up first if not use a knife but moreto just gentle peal the ek badge up

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All my badges (Cpu Block...Rads...Pump...Res..) just felt down with a good push...no hot gun or anything else involved...IDK what kind of glue sorcery you have there biggrin.gif

Thanks guys, for remove the badge I use... the thinner jet plate included with the waterblock, no heat gun or anything else, just the jet plate Lol biggrin.gif
post #20845 of 21268
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Originally Posted by Goofy Flow View Post

Any tips for remove the EK badge from the Supremacy all nickel without damage the surface of the waterblock itself?

I think hot air should be right for the first step, but for remove the badge I need a knife or something like that but I'm afraid of ruining the surface.

Any tips are welcome smile.gif

@Akira749 you know how to do for sure! smile.gif

I know your fear wink.gif

Even when I have to do it on an Acetal or Plexi it freaks me out a bit. But, it's fearly easy to do, to be honest. smile.gif

With the tip of an X-Acto blade or a Razor Blade, you'll be able to reach the badge just between the metal cap and the foam sticker and gently pry it out.
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I know your fear wink.gif

Even when I have to do it on an Acetal or Plexi it freaks me out a bit. But, it's fearly easy to do, to be honest. smile.gif

With the tip of an X-Acto blade or a Razor Blade, you'll be able to reach the badge just between the metal cap and the foam sticker and gently pry it out.

Hey akira, yes it's easy, I use the thinner jet plate and the badge came off with no stress thumb.gif
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I used my fingernail on my Acrylics to remove and reorient my badges. biggrin.gif

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some ek love in current project

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some ek love in current project

Nice. Leaning towards the full nickel block for my next project as well.
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some ek love in current project


Damn thats clean.
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