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Old 09-03-17, 09:45 PM
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SKEEPER - custom business card.

Hey!
My name is Bartek.
My nickname in the world of modding it SKEEPER.
For several years we have been creating reservoirs.
These are fully customs versions whose life begins on a piece of paper.
One day I was invited to evet I could present their reservoirs, but because they were made individual order, it did not have excessive of the show.
O fate, I even do not have a computer . (Just an old laptop).
Many months, lost in my studio I did not expect that one day you will have to go to the people with what robe.
.... So it's time I made my projects, full two platform, which will be my business card.

Platform will be based on the basis of housings:
Phobya WaCoolT Benchtable black - Aluminium Edition
and
be quiet! DARK BASE PRO 900.

What will each see soon.
I guarantee you a substantial dose of photos from the construction of the reservoir, computer parts and work on projects.
Here we go!



I hope that you will not be bored by looking here.
I want to say that the implementation of my projects would not be possible without the support of many companies.
I will not unnecessarily extended the theme and pasting their logos.
According to me much more interesting presentation of them will be showing the parts in the form of images.
My work and parts used for the projects contain a lot of pictures. If someone will bothered by this, then please tell me. - Thank you.

... Let art defends itself.

As the first on the worktable went Phobya - WaCoolT Benchtable black - Aluminium Edition.
Here she is.














Note - my worklog based on a fairly large number of images. If a large number of images will be troublesome, please tell me about it.


Let's continue.


The first alteration was to rework the original flow rates of liquids that look like this:





The factory is arranged on a hose having an inner diameter of 10mm or less.

Processing consisted of get cut off ends





... And making endings of the internal G1 / 4 ".
Now you can arm them with standard connectors.








Interesting fact - terminals is rotating. In the case of tubes is not a problem, but hoses for positioning said flow rate is difficult. Rotating tip to help.
An additional option is to screw this indicator to the desired location - the rate fixed rigidly keep snakes in check (will not be hanging off )

For assembly is the part that just created:

With pieces of acetal we form cubes



... To beautify round longer edges



...effect.



Shorter firmly cut.



Effect.



Drill 3 holes.



Tap.



Continuation.

Finished parts.









As we have parts made, this time to unite them with the indicators, and the whole thing looks like this:












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Old 13-03-17, 08:12 PM
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Another part.

Coolers Cape Cora - passive, not very popular, forgotten. I raise them and fun to complement benchtable.



Instead of sheet metal with large holes for the fans ....



... I Fix the coolers Cape Cora.





The problem is that the factory is not suitable for screw connectors. They have pressed connectors, with which you can connect serial coolers.
Connectors are large, and I needed to put so fitting, so the coolers were changed - the thread is cut IG1 / 4 ".

To the right of the original, the left cooler adapted to screw connectors.







Initially, I wanted to give flow between the cooler on the reservoir, but it turned out that there is not enough space, so they will be applied in the Dark Base Pro 900.



Since the first part of the reservoir appeared in the photo above, let's look at them more closely.







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Old 13-03-17, 08:17 PM
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Looking sweet buddy.following this
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Old 13-03-17, 10:48 PM
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Nice work man!!! Love it!! Love me some machine pr0n!!
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Going to be watching this and I have zero problems with the amount of photos as a matter of fact I think they are just right IMOHPO
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Old 14-03-17, 11:55 PM
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Thank you kindly - so let's continue.

Well, maybe now a short photo report from the creation of parts of the reservoir.
The elements are the upper and lower chamber, a substantially left and right ventricle of the reservoir, which will be on the horizontal.
The chambers consist of plexiglass and black acetal.
Acetal parts formed from acetal shaft with a diameter of 70mm.



Cut a suitable piece





... that's enough.



Cut piece is placed in a lathe and start processing.



The first one went forehead - Aligns and finish the surface.



Now we gather material to obtain a suitable diameter and surface area.



We'll groove cutter, which will help in further processing.



Thanks to him we know roughly how long distance and depth we collect material. We need to collect a lot of material, so the groove will serve as a visual stop and finish and to give a correct assessment will take place using precision knobs.





Profiled and razor-sharp steel HSS, we will phase ...





In the middle we need a hole with a depth of 11mm.
We equip handle a drill and drill - nothing could be simpler.



Turn to Solid carbide milling cutter for chamfering Komet.
Shimmering reflections of different colors are mesmerizing - I love it !!!!!



Before threading chamfer the hole ...



... and tap.



Machining the parts at this stage is over, so it can be cut off.





During arrestor, depending on many factors, swarf of various interesting shapes.



Acetal elements are ready, and below the last stages of their creation.
The upper ring - phase done as it should be - on the edges



... and on the screw head.



and the recess on the central bar.



The lower disc, one side has to be smooth, but in turning such a soft material, in the middle is very little material, and instead of cutting process, the chip breaks off.
The result is a microscopic trace.



Acetal is not suitable for polishing, or at least I do not know how or enhancements, so that we get a very good surface quality, which comes after cutting.
Therefore, to remove the tit will use the cutter spherical Komet 2mm 2Z (I use these cutters also to make the O-ring channels).
The spherical tip of the cutter has a diameter of 2 mm and approximate to tit better reflect its size.



Choose a small amount of material, slightly dive and the end result is even finished, a small bowl with a diameter of less than 1mm.

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Old 15-03-17, 12:03 AM
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Holy crap man, this is on another level! Me likey!
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Perfection at its finest.take my hat off to you dude.
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Old 15-03-17, 09:43 PM
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Thanks guys!
I appreciate it.


ADmodz, I have a request to you - edit your post and delete the image. They are unnecessarily duplicated and extend this topic. Thanks
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Old 15-03-17, 10:10 PM
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Fillports.

Round ducts for cables have a larger diameter than fillport.



In order to somehow fix fillport, he made two washers.



But the problem has not disappeared, because a large difference in diameter between fillport a hole made fillport was not on the line with the other feed throughs.



A small ring centering solved the case.





At the instigation of my friend chose some material from the washers and the samy I let fillporty deeper, so to not stick out.
In fact, now it looks better.



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