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post #13921 of 13946 (permalink) Old 05-16-2020, 09:00 AM
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Since this is related to Aquacomputer products, I have created a thread in 3D Printing section which shows a LED Strip Holder for hard and soft tubing, designed for Aquacomputer LED Strips. The holder for the 30-LED strip is complete with pictures and videos, and I am now printing the LED holder for the black 30cm, 15 LED strip. Will post there once done.

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Quote: Originally Posted by war4peace View Post
Since this is related to Aquacomputer products, I have created a thread in 3D Printing section which shows a LED Strip Holder for hard and soft tubing, designed for Aquacomputer LED Strips. The holder for the 30-LED strip is complete with pictures and videos, and I am now printing the LED holder for the black 30cm, 15 LED strip. Will post there once done.

Videos below in case you CBA to visit that thread.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b43uXNvQxp4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkYAgJvOxxM
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I finished design and print for both, they work very well. I will use them for my next (re)build. Planning on switching to hard tubing, been holding off for tube illumination.
In the meantime I will try a method to hide the LED Strips under a layer of material, making the LED lights less sharp and more diffuse.

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Quote: Originally Posted by war4peace View Post
I finished design and print for both, they work very well. I will use them for my next (re)build. Planning on switching to hard tubing, been holding off for tube illumination.
In the meantime I will try a method to hide the LED Strips under a layer of material, making the LED lights less sharp and more diffuse.
This is a product I could see selling a lot of, especially if you can successfully diffuse the light through the tube. I would love to try it, but I don't have a good 3d Printer.

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Quote: Originally Posted by war4peace View Post
I finished design and print for both, they work very well. I will use them for my next (re)build. Planning on switching to hard tubing, been holding off for tube illumination.
In the meantime I will try a method to hide the LED Strips under a layer of material, making the LED lights less sharp and more diffuse.
Very nice!

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This is a product I could see selling a lot of, especially if you can successfully diffuse the light through the tube. I would love to try it, but I don't have a good 3d Printer.
You don't have to. I always use an online service.
There's plenty all over the world.
Just upload the model and select the options.
Of course it's not super cheap but not even so much expensive.

Like this one:

https://www.3dhubs.com/

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Does anyone have experience with the EK D5 pumps with the Aquaero?

I'm thinking to replace the Aqua D5 PWM in the cold loop with this one:

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-quantum...wm-d-rgb-plexi

I have the EK Volume FLT and the D5 PWM with an Aqua Top but it's taking a lot of space.
Sadly EK is not selling the Volume FLT without the pump and I'm not sure if I can swap it.
I'm worried it could be problematic to control with the Aquaero.

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This is a product I could see selling a lot of, especially if you can successfully diffuse the light through the tube. I would love to try it, but I don't have a good 3d Printer.
Yes it does diffuse light, the white PLA is excellent for this. Transparent filament is actually translucent, and it does a good job too, but I think white one is best.
Depending where you are from, I could send you a few of these, but you'd have to measure the length of your tubing and width of your LED Strip. If it's Aquacomputer, I already have the dimensions. Alternatively I could send you a few longer ones which you can cut to size.

Quote: Originally Posted by ManniX-ITA View Post
You don't have to. I always use an online service.
There's plenty all over the world.
Just upload the model and select the options.
Of course it's not super cheap but not even so much expensive.

Like this one:

https://www.3dhubs.com/
3D Printing online services are great, but they can be tricky.
The one you mention asks for work e-mail address before offering a quote, that's a red flag for me. A part that costs me 3 dollars to make, including power consumption, is quoted by them to cost 12 EUR before shipping (same material and print settings). I would probably sell it for 6, accounting for printer time and wear in the long run. They also have a minimum order of 85 EUR, so no one-off orders. There's also a very limited option set for printing the object, which means if you just download a model off the Internet (e.g. mine are free to download) and send it to them, chances are you'll end up with a weak/brittle/too soft item and be none the wiser. There's a huge difference between 60% infill with a wall line count of 4, and 20% infill with a wall line count of 1.

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Yes it's never close to the cost you can print yourself.
They are all online services outsourcing the job to a local company.
And of course they take a huge cut of the pie so it's expensive.
But if you just need a couple of pieces every now and then it's fine.

I used them to order a case for a development board last year, there was no minimum order or work email needed.
Anyway this is just one out of many; pretty sure there's something much cheaper around.
Their business model is based on the high quality service not the price point.

I've also considered it for a part to connect the HTC Vive Audio Deluxe strap to the Pimax VR headset.
Well at the end it was much cheaper and done better from guys selling just that piece on eBay.
It really depends on the situation.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ManniX-ITA View Post
Does anyone have experience with the EK D5 pumps with the Aquaero?

I'm thinking to replace the Aqua D5 PWM in the cold loop with this one:

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-quantum...wm-d-rgb-plexi

I have the EK Volume FLT and the D5 PWM with an Aqua Top but it's taking a lot of space.
Sadly EK is not selling the Volume FLT without the pump and I'm not sure if I can swap it.
I'm worried it could be problematic to control with the Aquaero.
Yeah works fine. Hooks up to a fan header and so appears under the fan category in aquasuite. But no worries controlling it
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Yeah works fine. Hooks up to a fan header and so appears under the fan category in aquasuite. But no worries controlling it
Thanks for the info.
EK started selling the same without pump, so I can keep the Aqua D5

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