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Old October 18, 2007, 07:13 PM
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I promised you a big mallet and I delivered.



Looking good I think.


experimented with with the drive bays..


Made up the mounts for the fan controller.


And the fixed fan grill.
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Old October 18, 2007, 07:21 PM
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That's A Man's Mallet! I have to say your wood-working skills are amazing.

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Old October 18, 2007, 07:43 PM
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Tons of practice my friend... I held a flash light for MANY years to achieve this.
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Old October 31, 2007, 02:45 PM
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well it's been awhile.. SAD to say, no progress has been made to the case.. I have been busy with building some new accessories for my desk and sound system... if anyones interested I'll post pics of my work.
Other then that... stay tuned.
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well it's been awhile.. SAD to say, no progress has been made to the case.. I have been busy with building some new accessories for my desk and sound system... if anyones interested I'll post pics of my work.
Other then that... stay tuned.
No harm in posting pics

I wish I had the kind of skills you have...
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Old October 31, 2007, 08:38 PM
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Lol cool project if I had the tool and steadier hands I would attempt that for fun lol the only thing I am wondering about is dust .
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Old October 31, 2007, 09:33 PM
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Sure, i'll post some pics asap.
I have been asked about dust more times then I can think of. No offense but it's starting to make me wonder if some people take me for an idiot... the entire box will be sanded, vacuumed, wiped, vacuumed again and then wiped a second time before I put the first coat of primer on. After that 2 coats of paint and she be beautiful.

I'm not angry with you shadowmeph, i've just been asked that by a few dozen computer tech's from various shops. GAH, sometime I wanna smack those guys silly.
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lol I don't blame you, like I said if I had the know how and tools I would try a project similar to this.
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Old November 1, 2007, 08:54 AM
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I come from a family of trades men and handy men... it's in my blood. lol
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Old November 8, 2007, 09:13 PM
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OK, FINALLY something to report.
the case has GONE no where, shes on stand by for the time being. However I did get to finish some other small projects. So enjoy.

For starters, I moved my desk around and I began to plan on building some small units to help make life easier and things look nicer. First off, this is a stand I made up in about an hour. Purpose... simply a stand for my stereo receiver. gives me more room on my desk.




Seeing how I bought a new set of speakers, I needed to lift my monitors up higher due to the hight on the front speaker.




And Finally. This was a spur of the moment thing. For awhile i was in need of a good place to work on small parts... Electrical, mechanical, etc etc.... more or less a spot to work on my computer and such. I just wanted something simple, can store more of my crap, and can fit beside my desk.
Honestly... My classes ended at 1pm today. Had to get gas since my car was running on fumes. Just because the petro was across the street from the home depot I HAD TO GO INSIDE. and from that I ended up buying the materials I needed... cost my $31.27 for everything. and 4 hours later... VOILA (to please the French here) the bench was made. Now I'm waiting for the stain to dry so I can take it out of the garage.


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