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    Finally I had some spare time well spend today. The red and black carbon is on it's way. Nice!

    But I couldn't resist to get my Dremel and go to work on some plexi.
    This time I have put the project name into the plexi and here are the results.

    First I used some photoshop for the letter. Then I printed it on an A4 paper. I taped it on to the plexi.


    It was really hard to get straight lines, but with some positive Slipknot music on the speakers works fine. I kept my concentration and kept on working.


    So the letter are finished. Now I have to "color' them with a diamondhead from Dremel.


    After ik was finished with 'coloring' the plexi I cut it out with the Dremel. Unfortunatly I have no saw that could do my work in a straight line. *Note to self*


    Tadaa! The bottom needs some work and then it's finished.


    And here the picture with the plexi behind the window.


    So that was it again.

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    Nice touch with the dremel, looks great.

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    You have steady hand my friends.....

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    Absolutely incredible mate, was really proud of my 800D build last night... until about ten mins ago.

    I dont want to make a topic with mine now... doh.

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    well done

    very well my friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by Area 66 View Post
    You have steady hand my friends.....
    Thanks! I'ts hard to keep the Dremel straight. If I push to hard, the head wil eat in the plexi. Not good!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kipper View Post
    Nice touch with the dremel, looks great.
    Thanks mate!

    Quote Originally Posted by Stu @ MSD View Post
    Absolutely incredible mate, was really proud of my 800D build last night... until about ten mins ago.

    I dont want to make a topic with mine now... doh.
    Every PC is unique in it's own kind. I like the 800D. But for me it was to big. And thanks for the compliment!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jakkars View Post
    very well my friend
    Thank you very much! And there is more comming up.

    Now I need some free time to disassemble the Obsidian. Modify it a bit and make new Photo's of the assemble.

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    Very nice the red and black carbon nice touch on the plexi to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnitr0n View Post
    Thanks! I'ts hard to keep the Dremel straight. If I push to hard, the head wil eat in the plexi. Not good! .
    I don’t know how you can't do it, you have a talent for sure, every time I touch a Dremel I scrap something

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    When you are using dreamel tool instead of sandblast or etching, Is the cut clean or rough on the surface ?
    Looking very good there.
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    The best way to do it is with laser etching, that makes a clean cut into the plexi, with a nice clean surface.

    I'm not a machine, so with the Dremel tool it's rough on the surface. So there is a difference in roughness because a human hand can not hold the same pressure and depth on plexi as a laser can do.

    So what u get is a little 'white color' difference.

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