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PROJECT LOG project flat rez

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toolking403

New Member
Joined
Oct 18, 2016
so the the idea is to incorporate 2 flat style rez's to eliminate the tube rez and install a ek flat top on the pump one will placed at the back were the current one sits and the other will lay flat on the bottom below the video card also alleviating my ocd for the one out of place tube running from the cpu over top of the gpu and into it also the new setup will support the gpu

full parts list found here >>>>> http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/b/tjPscf

this is what we are starting with

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on to the test cuts seeing if the size will work. first cutting mock ups from some cheap wood
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the size and shape will fit the build now to pre cut the 1/4 acrylic sheets 3 pieces per rez
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now on to laser cutting the design
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working with the layout i would like to have mostly working on the fly sittting there thinking this would work but nah that would work better i layout the holes for drilling and tapping
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then on to the pipe work,filling and leak testing. note bottom rez has dump pipe on the bottom that leads to the rear of case with a valve
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Robert17

Premium Member
Joined
Feb 1, 2011
Nice work toolking403. No doubt you can share some welcome insight in working with acrylic!
 

don256us

Uber Folding Senior
Joined
Jul 17, 2003
This is very unique and I like it. Good job. I like your attention to detail. Your pipes are routed perfectly and the entire setup is very neat and clean.
 

SwartHack

Babysitter for OCF Lounge Day Care, Still a bad-as
Joined
Apr 3, 2015
Location
Planet Earth
Welcome to OCF! :welcome:

Dang TK! That is some impressive stuff. I have serious tool envy:drool:

I have been thinking about getting a laser bench. What are you working with there?
I've outsourced a few things, but its a pain and expensive. I have a local acrylic guy, but works at a big warehouse and has little time or patience for me...
Definite sub'd :cool:, keep up the good pics!

Cheers!