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Old 22-11-18, 09:57 AM
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Before i started to drill holes for the mb base i tested most of the components with the case.


My wife is so pleased of my modding station











Then its time to mount the base to the case and do another test with fans:














Top fan is blocking 8-pin eps so i have to do mod on those fan frames:















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Old 22-11-18, 04:37 PM
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Great rig, It looks like a beehive rig =)
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Old 22-11-18, 06:39 PM
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Made little video of putting project components to testbench:


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Old 24-11-18, 11:41 AM
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Hello,


Just a little post for couple things i did:


I designed reservoir holder with diamonds








And case for arduino uno:








And also tested the arduino with direct power from psu 12v


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Old 26-11-18, 04:18 PM
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Coming along nicely! What 3D printer do you use? What software are you using to design your prints?
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Old 26-11-18, 05:31 PM
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i use ultimaker 2 extented + for smaller prints and miniFactory Innovator for bigger prints.


And i make my models with MS 3D Builder i know its not as good as Autodesk products but i like doing my models with it.
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Old 26-11-18, 05:33 PM
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Coming along nicely! What 3D printer do you use? What software are you using to design your prints?
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I use MS 3D Builder for my designs. 3D print with Minifactory innovator for big parts and Ultimaker 2 Extented+ for little parts. Material is PLA
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Old 26-11-18, 07:51 PM
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i use ultimaker 2 extented + for smaller prints and miniFactory Innovator for bigger prints.


And i make my models with MS 3D Builder i know its not as good as Autodesk products but i like doing my models with it.
I'd love to get my hands on those printers and I'll have to check 3D Builder out. I haven't designed any of my own prints yet, but have printed quite a few prints other people have designed. Being able to do my own though would be helpful.

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Old 28-11-18, 05:08 PM
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3D builder is good entry level software and i like doing my designs with it.


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