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RcRon7

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About RcRon7

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    lower branch munkey
  • Birthday 01/25/68

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    Goodyear, AZ
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    Computers
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    Gaming, Both PC and Good Ol' Fashion Dungeon and Dragons

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  1. Nice touch with the Jedi Logo in there. I must say this came out well. My Daughters are freaking out right now as we look through the Pic's. You need to get some nice pics outside with some dynamic lighting (sunset)
  2. That thing looks amazing. Your brass work is spot on and looks so nice on there. The detail on the cord is such a nice touch to really finish off the whole thing. Question, on the wrist rest, are those two middle bold caps going to be a problem with typeing? It looks like they are right where your hand would sit.
  3. This is really coming along GREAT. Waiting on Bated Breath.
  4. That's a need idea, and it came out well. I love the "bins" on the end and front also. Two thumbs up!
  5. Are we going to see a dwarf crawling out of this thing. This is looking great, love the paint by the way. Great choice for that hammered look.
  6. That's a good looking case to start with, and who can go wrong with Black and Yellow!
  7. So, Bod. You have done so many mods before you had this 3D printer. Now that you have one, what are your thoughts on it? Do you find that the time to print to find out you measured something wrong or didn't account for something is more, less, or just as frustrating as before? For someone that does not complete as many mods as you do, would it be a justifiable expense? Some people only do 1 mod every few years. Others 1 a year, and some three or four ongoing projects at any given time. I'm just curious as to your thoughts now that you are really using this for much of your fabrication. Would this have been helpfull when you did your Battlestar Galactica Build, or do you think the way you did that was more efficient and cost effective? I can't wait to see how this turns out. I have always tried to follow your build logs, you and Bill both. And well, heck everyone that runs Mod Zoo. Ya'll give me so many ideas for other projects that are not even related to PC modding.
  8. I like how you did your shroud. It's not overly complicated and mad a huge improvement visually. That RAD stand was crazy, to bad about the leaks. Are you still planing on building a hutch on that desk?
  9. Some good stuff going into this build.
  10. Wow, that really came out well. Great job!
  11. Wow, this things is a beast. I can't wait to see how this turns out. Hey, is your 3D printer the one that transforms to a cnc?
  12. Nice job on that sleeving. This is really coming together well. Would have loved to see some pic's of the nacells (engines) as you assembled them but that's how things go sometimes. Ya' get rolling along and when you done, feces, forgot pictures. Just curious, do you have any light bleed on your hatch seems? If so you may need to add a small lip on the inside to hide them.
  13. Oh, I need to search, do we have a "help" thread? I need some assistance in the painting department for something my Kid wants.
  14. As a MtG Player, I have to say that thing is dead on. You did a great job making it look metal, and I also like the eyes. Nice touch with those buttons. I know you just finished this but I hope to see more mods from you. Did you build this for yourself or for someone else?