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    Like the wood
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    thanks
    Now some new details, fan controller, power and reset button.


    front fan



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    Quote Originally Posted by ArgOs View Post
    Bringing new meaning to "having an Easter egg in your case"
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    Toshiba Thrive: a very hacker-friendly tablet, backed by a company that's tighter than Apple.
    Argh....
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmEv View Post
    Bringing new meaning to "having an Easter egg in your case"
    ha ha ha ha here is the finished Easter egg.
    the fan is now ready to place it front and I'll put a little rubber to isolate any vibration.

    I also made the protective grille with copper wire.



    Some details in the union of the bays.


    So far is

    Thank you very much.

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    ok, this whole thing is cool, but that fan grille just put it all over the top!

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    yes, the fan sends air directly to CPU and memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xr4man View Post
    ok, this whole thing is cool, but that fan grille just put it all over the top!
    Absolutely agree. I thought the knobs were great, then saw that fan guard. I love the feel of this.
    Quote Originally Posted by SXRguyinMA View Post
    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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    This is going really well. I always have to stand back and wait whenever I see a steampunk mod because it could either be awesome, or just a bunch of gears glued onto things. This is on the awesome side, especially the brazed fan grill.

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    thank you msmrx57
    Quote Originally Posted by d_stilgar View Post
    This is going really well. I always have to stand back and wait whenever I see a steampunk mod because it could either be awesome, or just a bunch of gears glued onto things. This is on the awesome side, especially the brazed fan grill.
    thank you very much, I hope that you continue liking the updates and the final work.

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    Thanks guys: D
    Now I'll show you how is the top, where the chimneys are almost ready.
    First I painted the brass parts

    I made ​​the frame for supporting the chimneys.





    After painting part of the chimney of black, pipes were connected.




    soon the another side

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