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    Since I removed the middle fan bracket to make more room for PSU and water pump and I don't want to lose the air flow for the HDD and PSU,
    so I'm going to move the middle intake fan to the front of the HDD cradle.



    To install a fan right in here, between the grill and the HDD bracket.
    However the bracket is obstruting the installation, its need to be removed.
    Oh..the green tape is to help to hold the bracket in place for a photo, forgot to take a pic before I removed it.



    Well the cross bars is getting in the way.....nahhh don't worry about the dust on the fan, it's an old fan sitting in my gargage collecting dust.



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    coming along nicely deton...
    just curious...you have a nice studio to do all your photo shoot? or were they photoshoped ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Nice job Deton
    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    coming along nicely deton...
    just curious...you have a nice studio to do all your photo shoot? or were they photoshoped ?
    Thanks guys!
    I find I'll do better job when I take my time, few minutes here and there a day.
    No studio
    First you nee a good SLR digit cam and proper lighting. Day light lighting is the best so I'm taken all pictures outdoor at the moment but not under direct sunlight so you don't have the shawdows. Also SLR cam allowed you to adjust aperture (exposing time), this is give you the brightness & contrast.

    If you want pics to have white background then you have to use white table cloth or bed sheet or white board.

    I only photoshop them when they need to remove the background or touch up needed.

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    So while we are at the photograph topic, tell us whta dslr youre using. Beacuse those pictures look amazing for just outdoor lighting and white bed sheet or whatever you are using

    " There are some things Man should not know, for rest is Google"
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    Default Replica

    Here is a triple radiator shroud made out of MDF board, I'm sure you've seen something similar like this before, from my TEC project (shroud extender). I replicated Koolance's design and only a minor revision to suite my need for this project. I can make this shroud out of steel sheet but I don't have a proper bending tool plus I already have the MDF laying around from my other DIY projects.



    I didn't bother to re-shape the opening rectangular frame to have a straight lines because you won't see all that when its isntalled.


    Now you don't!
    The 1/8" bottom frame is for mouting purpose also a cover for the case top to stay flush witht the front door frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt View Post
    So while we are at the photograph topic, tell us whta dslr youre using. Beacuse those pictures look amazing for just outdoor lighting and white bed sheet or whatever you are using
    I have Canon Rebel XTi.

    I don't use white backdrop for outdoor, I just use a white board at the bottom and shoot at high angle if there're any background in it then I just crop it out in photoshop. I can setup a backdrop like in a studio but too much trouble to do that outdoor for few pictures.

    In the winter times when I have to shoot it indoor then I setup a little studio with the bed sheet with some white daylight fluorences light. Unfortunately I don't have the umbrella bouncing light like the photographer have, can't afford it. Basicly you avoid to use yellow light bulbs if you can and if you must use flash then have it bounce off the ceiling and have some light above the object 12" behind away from it so it can counters the shadow from the front lights.

    By the way if you use any white cloth you should try to use high thread counts or you will see all the threads when you do closeup shots. And you should put the object at least 12" away from the backdrop so you will have a soft background....yeah one more thing, iron the bed sheet first or you will see all the creeks.

    Well that a one way to do it and the second way is to use photoshop to remove the background and put it in a new white background. This is more work throught.

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    deton never knew you were into photography as well...another expansive hobby there mate!

    very well done with the Shrouds BTW, excellent woodwork skills you have there!!!
    you should get some those PVC type black fabric and layer over the wooden shrouds and make them have the "black" look or do u intend to spray them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    deton never knew you were into photography as well...another expansive hobby there mate!
    yeah..do like photography to but never expand it any further just have some SLR cameras, lenes..etc. Those damn equipment to expensive and plus can have to expensive hobbies on the go at the same time

    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    very well done with the Shrouds BTW, excellent woodwork skills you have there!!!
    you should get some those PVC type black fabric and layer over the wooden shrouds and make them have the "black" look or do u intend to spray them?
    ah ha...you read my mind. I intend to have carbon fibre look but I don't think I'm going to use the real fibre glass fabric. It's the cost and too much work to put it on. So I'm just going to use the carbon fibre graphic sheet instead, quick and easy and also cheaper.

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    The case is totally dismantled; sanded and ready for primer.
    Let's the fun begin....

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    Deton i suggest u sent the stuff off to the powder coaters and have them do a proper job instead of
    spraying in yr back yard. I'm not saying u are crap at spraying but the powder coats has got a very good lasting substance and they are properly baked that can prolong its color for years.

    ordinary spray cans color will flake and chip off easily as they age. Speaking from my experience

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    I don't have a stomach to dish out over $150-$200 for power coating.
    I argee about the durability with the power coating but you do it properly then they can last very long time too.

    Well, I'm just doing the traditional painting method; I properly sanded all the pieces (most people skip this stage), always have a serveral thin coats instead of thick one and let them totally cure before you apply any coats there are after. Two to three coats of primer and at least 3 - 4 coats of paint.

    Right now my weather are pretty good, no humidnity (except today :mad, I will leave them in the sun to bake. I might put them in the oven to bake them as well if I feel they are not properly cure.

    I also will have a clear arcylic coating and waxing as well. I'm sure all that it will be ok with normal handling. I'm sure if I drop and band it then they will chips for sure but I don't think they will flakes in normal condition.

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    $150-$200 for powder coating in Canada?
    i won't do that too if i were you!

    I pay between $15-$35 for each session of powder coating!
    The guys at the industrial estate from where i live do it in mass quantities and they rarely charge more than $25 for each time i visit them

    Have you checked on other places if they can do it cheaper?

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    No, I never check out the local pricing but I have read from other forums. Some guy in Florida asked his local paint shop and they charge around $120-$150.

    If it is under $50 per case then I think it's worth it. Maybe your guy doing a massive quantity with his standard color then he can charges for less but I think if a custom paint shop will charge more because powder coating a computer case is just a peanut job for them to take on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    No, I never check out the local pricing but I have read from other forums. Some guy in Florida asked his local paint shop and they charge around $120-$150.

    If it is under $50 per case then I think it's worth it. Maybe your guy doing a massive quantity with his standard color then he can charges for less but I think if a custom paint shop will charge more because powder coating a computer case is just a peanut job for them to take on.
    Yeah i went to a dedicated Powder Coating specialist, he does nothing but powder coat stuff all day and has an oven the size of a car garage. So all customer's stuff gets painted together then baked at one go. Hence maybe the low price

    Maybe try looking for dedicated powder coaters instead of a custom paint shop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    Everything is looking phenominal Denton you have a real skill set there, maybe you should go professional.
    Yeah i agree too...maybe you should start a computing and watercooling mod shop in canada then do magazine publishing

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