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post #91 of 512 (permalink) Old 06-06-2014, 12:18 PM - Thread Starter
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Omg thumbsupsmiley.png I actually think that would work if it was stretched. thumb.gif

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It donated its life to Case Modding. gunner2.gifskull.gif
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Could you find a way to slip a Demciflex filter in between the new front panel and the chassis?

Like sand out a channel or slot maybe on the bottom?

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Omg thumbsupsmiley.png I actually think that would work if it was stretched. thumb.gif

Don't think. It does work! awesome thing about it, is you can decide how you want the filter too! Want it to restrict airflow less? Stretch it out more! Got enough static pressure and want to keep as much dust out? Stretch it just a bit over the "Non wrinkled" part, so it still lets air pass but dust stays on it! biggrin.gif
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TIL: I can not drill a pattern of holes in metal and keep them symmetrical, especially when the location doesn't lend itself to absolute symmetry. Even with a punch to start the drill bit and using a drill press, it still wobbled and walked on me. frown.gif

The only saving grace is that this is on the bottom of the case (inlet for the PSU) and unless I point it out, no one will ever see it.

Except of course, you guys. Because the point of all this is to show both what works and what didn't. I'm not going to just post the sunshine and roses.

Here's the end result, I'll post more photos later after I have a nice stiff drink to drown my frustration. mad.gif

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TIL: I can not drill a pattern of holes in metal and keep them symmetrical, especially when the location doesn't lend itself to absolute symmetry. Even with a punch to start the drill bit and using a drill press, it still wobbled and walked on me. frown.gif

The only saving grace is that this is on the bottom of the case (inlet for the PSU) and unless I point it out, no one will ever see it.

Except of course, you guys. Because the point of all this is to show both what works and what didn't. I'm not going to just post the sunshine and roses.

Here's the end result, I'll post more photos later after I have a nice stiff drink to drown my frustration. mad.gif

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I can't drill anything symmetrical. Don't feel bad helpinghand.gif
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Thank you. I'm starting to feel better. Of course that's in part because...

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TIL: I can not drill a pattern of holes in metal and keep them symmetrical, especially when the location doesn't lend itself to absolute symmetry. Even with a punch to start the drill bit and using a drill press, it still wobbled and walked on me. frown.gif

The only saving grace is that this is on the bottom of the case (inlet for the PSU) and unless I point it out, no one will ever see it.

Except of course, you guys. Because the point of all this is to show both what works and what didn't. I'm not going to just post the sunshine and roses.

Here's the end result, I'll post more photos later after I have a nice stiff drink to drown my frustration. mad.gif
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Drilling holes like this is not easy at all... I did a few panels in aluminum and it was a difficult, nevermind in steel. Sometimes form can follow function thumb.gif.

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