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    Its not cool till its watercooled. Fuganater's Avatar
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    Default Re: Project : Synthetica by AnG3L

    I would love to have a laser machine!

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    Default Re: Project : Synthetica by AnG3L

    The laser machine that will cut the aluminum parts costs nearly 1 million Euro..... and its not mine lolz ;P

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    Default Re: Project : Synthetica by AnG3L

    How much did yours cost?

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    I dont have a laser machine my friend! If you mean the costs to be cut etc 100 Euro.

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    Default Re: Project : Synthetica by AnG3L

    Time for the next update guys!!!

    First of all a big thanks to Corsair for supporting my mod!!!

    Here are the goodies I received!













































    Now lets move on with the work I did these days.
    I installed some of the windows on the mod. Two more to be installed later on. Some of the holes will be uncovered or I might use mesh, still not sure about that.
    Marked the holes for 2 mm drilling and 3mm threads.













    I also cut some 1mm acrylic in small pieces to cover the threaded holes to cover them so they wont fill from the fiberglass I am going to add later on.





    Next thing I did was some "guides" out of modeling paste in order to work my way with the fiberglass later.

















    Thats all for now guys! The creation of the main top part will take a long time as its very difficult to follow that free flow design. It requires a lot of sanding, filling with fiberglass and isopon and sanding again till I will manage to create a smooth surface. Also I will have to bend the top piece in a way that it will not interfere with the radiators and all the other components and then attach it on the main piece. The part in the corner that is missing it will be a half circle bended acrylic which I am going to add later.

    Thanks for watching more to follow later!

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    Default Re: Project : Synthetica by AnG3L

    Bending that first big piece of plexi needed some faith in the strip heater if it didn't go right the whole piece was f****d

    Great work as usual can't wait to see the rest

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    Indeed brother but I have a lot of trust in my people. A lot of nice things to follow bro!!

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    And I thought your last build was ambitious. This is off to an amazing start.
    Very excited to see future updates of this.
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    Now, off to the basement to do some fiddling with the rods and such.
    so far left of center i'm in right field

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    Thanks brother I appreciate your support! This mod will be way better than the last one, I am not so satisfied with Sors Salutis so I told my self to design something.... better!!

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    Default Re: Project : Synthetica by AnG3L

    looking extremely sharp so far... i love watching plexi mods, they just arent my style... but when they are done right then they look Awesome!
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