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MonsterMawd    35

This method can be combined with 4.5" flexible tubing to isolate cool airflow. Imagine one end of the tube attached to a 120mm cooling fan in front of your case.

The 4.5" Flexible tubing can be found at Mcmaster, http://www.mcmaster.com/#duct-hose/=4zltce or you can "try" the "Heating & Cooling" department at hardware or home improvement stores like Home Depot or Lowes.

Supplies & Tools:

120mm Modder's Mesh Round fan grill, http://www.mnpctech.com/120mm_Custom_FanGrill.html

4.5" fan duct, http://www.mnpctech.com/FanDuct.html

4, #10 x 5/8" fan screws, http://www.mnpctech.com/thumbscrew.html">#10 x 5/8" fan screws

120mm cooling fan.

Paint pen or pencil.

Tin snips.

Wire cutter.

120mm Modder's Mesh Round fan grill, http://www.mnpctech.com/120mm_Custom_FanGrill.html

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4.5" fan duct, http://www.mnpctech.com/FanDuct.html

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Using a paint pen to trace the duct onto the round mesh grill.

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a small wire cutter and Tin snips used to cut the 4.5" opening in the 120mm Modder's Mesh Round fan grill

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You'll need to use the small wire cutter first, to make the initial cut before you can use the Tin Snips to cut the 4.5" hole.

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Using Tin ship to cut the round mesh grill.

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The result of you cutting should look like this.

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120mm cooling fan. This fan has enclosed corners, you will need longer fan screws if you're mounting the fan onto something like a cpu cooler.

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4, http://www.mnpctech.com/thumbscrew.html, #10 x 5/8" fan screws

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MonsterMawd    35

The transformation from pristine to weathered and dilapidated. He starts by creating the illusion of a scratched-up exterior, imagine Christopher dragged his computer in the gravel. Did he have to wrestle it away from somebody at one time?

The Orange & White exterior finish has been scratched done to the bare metal. This is done by hand using enamel "One Shot" Silver paint and a paint brush.

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Notice the paint is chipped around the bullet holes.

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