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    Now that that is done I need to add the leather and grill. I like it!










    I picked up some old gauges. Not sure if I am even going to use them but they were $10...



    Testing...







    Add some tubes
















    I threw a blue LED in the res to see what it would look like.



    Underexposed




    No idea how to hide these cables from the front I/O ports...




    My fill port




    And finally I flushed all the blocks to make sure no crud was in there.




    More to come soon. I got my LEDs in today so I'm going to start working on that ASAP.

    Cheers till next time,

    Fuga

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    Fuga I might just have to ban this thread mate

    If my wife see's that build she is going to be on my case (no pun intended) big time to make one or buy one. She is seriously into the whole Steampunk thing.

    Wow dude that is amazing, really impressed and can not wait to see what the finished out come is going to look like.

    Respect big time.
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    impressive, ive been going tru every pic and word you posted and it took me like close to an hour
    this is a real nice build.
    just send some of that heat you have down there up here so then i can send some cold weather down there :P
    freezing my toes off here :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiVizMan View Post
    Fuga I might just have to ban this thread mate

    If my wife see's that build she is going to be on my case (no pun intended) big time to make one or buy one. She is seriously into the whole Steampunk thing.

    Wow dude that is amazing, really impressed and can not wait to see what the finished out come is going to look like.

    Respect big time.
    Hahaha thanks. Maybe you should make one or buy one for her?

    Quote Originally Posted by kkn View Post
    impressive, ive been going tru every pic and word you posted and it took me like close to an hour
    this is a real nice build.
    just send some of that heat you have down there up here so then i can send some cold weather down there :P
    freezing my toes off here :P
    Well thanks for taking the time to go through the build log. Sorry for the log dump. I forgot to post on here.

    I go back to the states in December and can't wait for some cold weather.

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    Nice work Fuga!
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    option 3

    Edit: Please do not quote huge picture dense posts. Many thanks

    All of them look good, but I think option 3 goes with the rust effects you have done better.
    Last edited by HiVizMan; 10-31-2012 at 10:38 AM. Reason: snip

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    What an undertaking! Very interesting to see your work in progress. You must´ve planned for a long time. Get some old used TV sets for monitors, the big tubes
    Looking forward to seeing the final result!
    Cheers

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    Yeah I hear you Fuga but time is the issue, don't have enough of it as it is. And anyway if she wanted it that badly I guess she would build it her self. She is not shy when it comes to hardware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pcjunkie209 View Post
    Nice work Fuga!
    Thanks Lee

    Quote Originally Posted by immaturegizzmoe View Post
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    All of them look good, but I think option 3 goes with the rust effects you have done better.
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by TenBlade View Post
    What an undertaking! Very interesting to see your work in progress. You must´ve planned for a long time. Get some old used TV sets for monitors, the big tubes
    Looking forward to seeing the final result!
    Cheers
    I planed for about 2 months and made up the rest as I went along lol. I wish I was better at planning though.

    Quote Originally Posted by HiVizMan View Post
    Yeah I hear you Fuga but time is the issue, don't have enough of it as it is. And anyway if she wanted it that badly I guess she would build it her self. She is not shy when it comes to hardware.
    We all are tight on time :P Very cool about her. Maybe she can give it a try on a smaller scale.

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    Not a huge modding update but I got a bit of cool gear in.

    I got a Technofront water cooling test bench and 2x new Koolance flow meter displays. Can't wait to use em!



    And its Halloween so the family and I did a bit of pumpkin, I mean gourd carving.



    She was very interested... made it kinda hard to carve lol.









    All done!




    Now not to brag, but my wife makes some damn good looking cookies.


















    Now for the real work... I painted the PSU fan.






    Here is a picture of the broken FC10 nixie tube.



    Now remember that huge vacuum tube I made with a bracket? Well I got the Amber LEDs in and its time to light it up.










    Here is what all the cables look like coming from the front I/O panel.




    And just some lighting shots.














    Cheers till next time,

    Fuga

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