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capten    6

Oh the current stat is reached.

At the Moment i work on a security System for my museum Vitrine (Light Glass).

currently I have to correct a few Errors but the next update comming soon.

Here a little teaser from the stat.


including stepper Motor, IR remote, code Keypad, distance sensor, buzzer, digital RGB Led strip

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capten    6


Here finally the photos of the hardware !

The MSI Z170 Titanium Edition motherboard and 2 MSI GTX 970 GD5T OC graphics Cards.

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capten    6


Hi guys!

Waow, there have been but a lot of pictures amassed but I wanted to spare you the confusion between the applied coats.

So it remains for everyone understandable and comprehensible.

How it already provides in the short teaser
I had to work in well 3-4 weeks in the Arduino matter.
but more on that later Details




Their First time at the door!

I have adhered two small racks to the aluminum profiles which carries the door and is connected to the shifter.

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The gear I had to adapt to the motor shaft because the shaft from the engine 28BYJ-48 is oval

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Then I have a small aluminum angle cut and the engine mounted thereon

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and this then fixed to the inside of the base

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Here's a little preview! :rolleyes:




Now the MB tray I could put the spacers

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and how should it be otherwise, when screwing the spacer breaks the bolt through
and even 2 times the exact same location.
The first time she went out without damage, the second time I unfortunately had a slightly deeper slit cut them out then turn with a screwdriver.

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with the PCI slots on the tray the whole group went further
cut roughly only with the scroll saw

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then everything is still just filed and sanded

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and somehow I had boredom and got it then also polished;-)

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Now the rear wall,
Here I have only times cut the IO Shield

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everything fits

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and now all PCI ports

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only as much as possible with the scroll saw

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then everything just grinded

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but that was a whole piece of work, especially without broken to make what

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and here everything fits

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Next we went to the bottom plate.
It is then responsible for the lighting effect of the digital LEDs.
Should only be a bonus LITTLE me but a whole week and 3 Calls has yet tasted.
So do not be surprised if in between suddenly another Plexiglas is processed.
First time I cut 3cm strips, initially straight, and later the same at 45 degrees


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which were then adapted to the bottom plate mitred and bonded together

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cut the cover plate

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Holes set everything sanded, trimmed and satin finish

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again separately the 3 parts here

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and so the result looks

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on the inside I also cut aluminum angles on miter and screwed in the soil

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the usual procedure, put holes, lowering, thread cutting
Here it then the LEDs are glued

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on it goes with a small lesson in dealing with stainless steel.
As feet 4 (evtl. 8) Stainless Ronde be with a piece of steel rod used.
Unfortunately, the steel was so scratched that I had to refresh it again.
Left side to the original state my work right.

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the backs I have accordingly rounded and polished with 240 touches

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then cut the rod and set the holes.
Here is still a thread cut around the feet equal from top to screw with together with the base plate

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Now I have made a small aperture for the front fan!
See for yourself!
Scroll saw, filing grinding and satin finishing

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One small thing but would still I think that's enough for now.
Is there then the next time! :D

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capten    6

Hey guys!

Middle of last week, the last parts arrived for water cooling.
Unfortunately, I am not to photograph unpack and got away, but here's a little look in the package!

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And yesterday was one more hammer package.

Thank you very much

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let's see what is beautiful in it was!

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I find the Sleev´s and Comb´s MEEEEEEGAA!
This is a fun, I hope have not too much for me made but at least I do not annoy me with the Para Cords . :P

Now I show you yet what Conditions holder I will now use.
The first prototype will fit in the size not quite so I built new.
I cut me a few strips of a Plexiglas tube.

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coarsely being ground

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then diagonally cut from 3 cm to 1 cm and satin finish

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the thread set and cut the holder of an acrylic rod

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Now I had to grind to the diameter of the tube feet

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and because I was once again after I have the whole foot polished yet, satin finishing the cutting edges would have been possible.
So the whole thing looks from!

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This is perfectly fit the concept and reflect the theme of glass again super.


many greetings CapTen!

PS: because it was something!
Thus, the compensating reservoir does not get scratched come in the Allen screws silicone plugs.
But I've cut several cartridges peaks and this filled with silicone.
They were then cured after 2 weeks well that you can pull out the silicone at a time.
I will then match cut to size to Allen.

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capten    6

Hi guys!

Sorry I'm already so late, it has done so a lot but everything i can not post this time.
So I'll start with the most beautiful.
Last week I ordered the CPU and thus could finally assemble all water cooler.

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The Alibi Photo! :wink:

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and now the water cooler

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After I finally received the last parts of EK, I could set the bracket for the radiator.
Is to see the images badly but I have behind the 3 fan openings set again 2 angles which carry the Radiator.

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then I have set all the necessary holes in the MB-tray

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Here I have the ultrasonic sensor mounted, did not think that I can do that right away but it fits perfectly.
How do I fix or him from below fasten I do not know. The holes at the edge of the sensor are less than one Millimeter.

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from the front I had to cut out a little more so that I can shove the sensor from the bottom.

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And here still equal to a small test video to



More updates coming soon, I have still a lot :thumbsup:
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capten    6


So now equal to the next update.
At every turn preceded's :D

For the cable entry in Mainboardtray I made 2 cover for the 24 pin cable.
The first I forgot to photograph completely, so the photos are somewhat mixed.

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then over Easter we went to the SLI-bridge and an IO Cover.
I once got a bit ALU folded and then came to this result

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I found a little boring so I've glued a 2mm strip

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canted The IO cover first after a rough sketch

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unfortunately it was with GPU backplate but too tight so I had to saw off the lower portion

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painted in silver, then a little foil and a few stickers

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Here are 2 cover on the GPUs are screwed so that the weight is not completely seated on the Plexiglas

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all holes set thread cutting and trying on

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I then painted along with the PCI slot brackets.
The slot covers I have previously still straightened

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even if you do not see but that had to be xD

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After I had installed recently by the PSU I noticed that the angle of blocking the whole view so I cut the angle in the range of sliding door with a Flex

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like it :wink:

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Then I once casually a bending mold for the radius I Need manufactured,

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From 4 feet were. 6
The bottom plate hung but centrally through quite a bit.
Even if it is bolted to the base later, I want to play it safe

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The whole week I was busy putting large part with holes.
Here the implementation behind the motherboard-tray in the base

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from there, we go into the base plate and then back out to the PSU.
So there was only time to draw a lot and graining ago

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because I could not work with the drill press here I drilled the M4 holes with M3

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and then with M4, everything slightly lowered and grinded

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here would be even a few different views
from the rear

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on top of the PSU which is already painted here (more photos of them come :wink:

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under the PSU I have put into the base plate nor a fan opening so that the airflow in the base is also reasonably available

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that's it again for now. Up soon:D

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capten    6

Hi!

I was last week, unfortunately, every day for my individual Cabelcombs and backplates stickers go.
Parallel comes shortly a new project added which cost me too much time.

As I said recently, I had adapted and completed some things already in color, but I have you do not even shown.
Here times an image of the PSU, the CM Silencio, the Thermaltake Riing, EK radiator Conditions holders, and two logos from 3mm Plexiglas are that found on the front of the case, above and below the Riing their place.

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Some of the routes have been worth last week and I could make the backplates completed.

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and here the short instruction on how I manage that.
First I had to create a vector file to let me cut a foil.

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then I cut two satin Plexiglas plates and set the holes

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When the Foil was finally finished I was allowed only once weeding everything

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and could then glue the transfer film on it, the whole then positioned on the backplates and mounted on the GPUs.

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From the front of the base I cut the hole for the keypad and set the grommet behind

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From Midplate I started to put the pipe penetrations and PCIe cable holes
Are me really, really well done I think.

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backsite

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For feedthroughs I used a cone drill

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My IO cover I built again yesterday.
I have not considered the one considers the case of most of the top, because then you can see the first THIS XD

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So I went again from the beginning and was also equal to make a few changes.
a piece of aluminum sheet metal cut and folded

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smoothed with Alu Kit

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here's the comparison to the last!
A little wider but much Space'iger :D

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then some other things:
The Small 2mm PCI slot bracket was slightly too thick so I've exchanged with a 1mm steel cover

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The Monsoon Bending Kit you can not really use it for 16er tubes, there are large footprints on the inside of the tubes because the tubes Monsoon only 15.9mm in size.
This a millimeter makes really a lot. The bent tube acts otherwise almost angular.
So I next to my larger form (8cm radius) 2 small built me with 2.5cm radius
be repeatedly painted

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So more updates soon

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capten    6

Thank you :wink:

 

Hi guys!

So "Nanoxia investigated the Super Modder" is over and I can concentrate fully on Lightglass again.

After some problems with the customs duty I could pick last week even the memory.

So a huge thank you to

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I can not decide which photos are best, so here's all me, unfortunately. :wink:

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this then came another SSD new Avexir S100 Series

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Since I have been waiting for a while on this package, I had prepared for it, the sliding door.

As patterns I have a print out a label and logo cut with the scroll saw, all cut edges just filed and satin.

Behind then come white Plexiglass so the Avexir Logo completely illuminated.

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So, more updates coming soon :)

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