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Old 03-23-2009, 08:08 PM   #71 (permalink)
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The difference between using short strand and long strand is HUGE. I can speak from personal experience. I smoothing out a section of an old case of mine and long strand is just so rediculously hard to get layed down right and keep it from forming holes in it. not to mention those holes are nearly impossible to fill in with long strand.
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Old 03-25-2009, 09:22 PM   #72 (permalink)
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Youre exactly right. I predicted a week of sanding and grinding the filler in the bezel, but I'm gonna request a time extension.. lol

Any pin holes or pock marks seen will be filled again



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Is this case for anyone? If its not for anyone what do you do with them all?
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He does this for a living: Case mods and PC Modding Supplies

Solid work as usual Bill, that's some crazy sanding and filling you have ahead of you...I don't envy that task at all.
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Looking good man...
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This will be my own PC

I've been at the mercy of weather this week, so I haven't worked on the bezel. We're supposed to get in mid 40s today... "Get out your shorts and sun tan oil!"



I'm proud to announce that Cooler Master is sponsoring this build with a new Real Power M1000 Power Supply (RS-A00-ESBA).

I can confidently power whatever hardware I get from this point on ...lol



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I've been at the mercy of weather this week, so I haven't worked on the bezel. We're supposed to get in mid 40s today... "Get out your shorts and sun tan oil!"
:::looks out the window::: freak'n snow is coming down again! Lol, must be nice :P

Nice to see you doing some work for yourself, what's your current rig look like?
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My current rig?... (looks around) I dont have one to call my own

Easter brought a break this afternoon so I could get back to this project. I'm using a rotary tool with grinder attachment for excavating filler from the crevices of the bezel frame.



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After more grinding today, I applied the 2nd layer of filler to areas of the bezel.


Pre fitting the plastic loom tubing
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looks cool.

i hope you are going to make good use of those plastic looom tubing stuff and use it for wire managment.
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