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    Now that looks Sharp! The Radiator Grill Style from a Rolls Royce if I remember correctly...or was it a Ford Pickup Truck???? Still Beautiful Job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alain-s View Post






    One side is done now i only need to make a copy of it in mirror image.



    And a picture of the garbage that was left behind.



    That was it for this start post hope u all like. And stay tuned for the next update.

    Alain
    Nice talent you got there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaemonCantor View Post
    Now that looks Sharp! The Radiator Grill Style from a Rolls Royce if I remember correctly...or was it a Ford Pickup Truck???? Still Beautiful Job!
    Or like a old Pontiac.
    Quote Originally Posted by RoG View Post
    Nice talent you got there!
    Thanks RoG


    Update!

    I am happy to inform u that the first sponsored packages are arrived. The Packages are from Ek WaterBlocks and Highflow.


    Thank u Gregor for sponsoring this beautiful cooling hardware.

    Thank Freddy for the discount in the web-shop.



    Started with the biggest package from EK WaterBlocks first.



    EK-Supreme HF - Full EN (Nickel)





    EK-CoolStream RAD XTC (140) and EK-CoolStream RAD XTC (420)




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    2x EK-DDC X-TOP V2 - Acetal G1/4



    2x EK-Ekoolant CLEAR (premix 1000mL)



    10x EK-PSC Adapter 90° G1/4 Nickel and 12x EK-PSC Adapter 45° G1/4 Nickel



    The next package was from Highflow.



    1x MagiCool COPPER Radiator 280







    2x Laing DDC-1Plus MCP355 12V



    To give u a idea, I have placed the hardware in the case and taken some pictures. In the bottom of the case I will place 1 140mm rad, 1 420mm rad, 2 Pumps and the PSU




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    In the top of the case I place the 280mm rad. That wont be visible when the case is finished.



    I haven't had much time to continue with the side panels of the case. I haven taken them to my work so when I have some free time I could continue to work on it but the last weeks there was a lot of work.

    But I have enforced the grill in the front of the case with 2 pieces of 5mm plexi. I glued the parts together and then filled up where it was needed.








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    That was it till next update.
    Last edited by alain-s; 07-06-2012 at 07:42 PM.

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    Update

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    The sanding work for the front grill is almost over. I only need to complete 6 more pieces and the grill is finished.
    The past 2 weeks I have bin sanding the aluminium parts alsmost everyday.







    My Gf was not really happy with it I was more interested in sanding all the parts then here. And the dirt that came with it was not helping. :worried:
    I did all the pieces with grid 240,400,600,1000,1500,2000 with result as this.



    Time to polish it with the drill. Using polish paste and cotton disk on my drill. This progress wasted my hole Sunday. to get maximum bling out of it.:naughty:








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    Then I just have to place all the parts on its place.











    6 More pieces and the grill is finished. Lucky they arrived by mail today with the radiator stand. That I had made in SU










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    Mounted the rads and pumps on the stand to check if everything fits proper.












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    Just enough room for the pipes and drains. Also the new midplate was ready for the case.



    Fits perfect.





    Also received a nice package from Cyberspace with 2 Aqua-Computer Poweradjust 2 USB - Ultra Version in it. Had the change to buy them over from. This way I got 1 controller for each loop.







    If I got time this weekend I can tap some wire in the parts and modify the pumps housing.

    Alain

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