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TheBishop

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  1. sorry i forgot my account and posed using something else :/ PM ME if you need help with ponoko.com xD
  2. Small revision the back of the res will have an additional 3mm of thickness for the back port holes 28mm total thickness of the main body
  3. So i've been doing some design work on a personal project and had afew ideas for custom reservoirs that will fit well inside USSF and SSF cases. or anywhere that space is at a premium (or regular sized cases for that matter) problem is i DONT own a CnC or a Laser to fabricate these designs. Nor am i an experienced reservoir designer. just had some ideas that I thought would be both useful, aesthetically pleasing and marketable. i'm looking for help and advice. here is the general idea. 27mm thick, 120x120mm reservoir that mounts to any standard 120mm fan mounting pattern. (also a 240mm version) 115mm ID reservoir with multiport options. very flexible. mounting options would include both vertical and horizontal. good idea? bad idea? worst idea? if anyone has the ability to make these a reality let me know lets talk numbers! (unless its a feces idea) thanks in advance!
  4. thanks for the input! i am thinking the same things for the HDD/SSD/Res. the big question is do i use a pump/res or have the pump located somewhere else. also as for the mobo cutout and wire holes. i know. thats further planning ;) still trying to decide how i want to do that. but i want to get the big stuff in place first so i can map out the wires after. thanks again!
  5. thanks for the input! i am thinking the same things for the HDD/SSD/Res. the big question is do i use a pump/res or have the pump located somewhere else. also as for the mobo cutout and wire holes. i know. thats further planning ;) still trying to decide how i want to do that. but i want to get the big stuff in place first so i can map out the wires after. thanks again!
  6. So being so picky and indecisive on cases among other things ive decided to build a case myself. (takes deep breath) here goes. the idea is more or less simple. two sides (getting more common in cases now a days) one side is for the guts the other is for your rad and fans more or less. its going to be designed for a MATX motherboard and single or double GPU's (card used as reference is a titan) this build will fulfill two challenges for me. 1) first full custom hand built case. 2) first water cooling custom loop. help i need. attached is a link to the 20mb sketchup file. trying to find a good place for the hard drives, pump, res, and anything else useful. all the cables will be cut custom length and sleeved so a wire mess will be non existent. the majority of the work on this case i will do myself. some will be outsourced for the sake of time and quality. all case sides will be laser cut from 3mm thick acrylic and the case will be assembled using hex screws and or rivets. also I’m not apposed to making my own res.. just a little nervous in that regard so any suggestions would be great. please let me know what you think. ideas and criticism are welcome. thanks in advance! https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2tKyfWiYZD4eWdZZ3lVYjZhMnc/edit?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2tKyfWiYZD4MG1NWkkzb1RIMTg/edit?usp=sharing
  7. I really appreciate it. I can't remember ever seeing one like that and wanted to do something different.
  8. Thanks man. It was a really fun first full custom build. Can't wait for the next one!
  9. Final stages. Doing dry fits.
  10. I love your designs! well done as always. when painting motherboards do you offer any tips or best practices?
  11. Fan controller lights changed to green Hard drive edge lighting fabricated.
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