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Old 07-16-2010, 06:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone know of a cheap mesh I can put in a window. It must mount with VHB (what doesn't ) and have a fan mounted to it.

I broke my acrylic trying to put the a fan on it.
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Old 07-16-2010, 06:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm not sure what VHB is?

MeshxPanel™ 500x500mm - Black Products Model: ACR-XP0748 [ACR-XP0748] : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come

They have other types of mesh also.
DIY Casings : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come
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All sites have either way to much or way not enough haha

This is VHB
3M Scotch 4010 Industrial Strength Double Sided Mounting Tape Products Model: MMM4010 [MMM4010] : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come

I think I'm going to go with mnpctechs mesh
It's not in excessive amounts so it's not horribly expensive for the use.
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here is a mod i did to my old case, i just went to the hardware store and looked at the mesh they had and got it from there.

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Get the Honeycomb style, it's less restrictive
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here is a mod i did to my old case, i just went to the hardware store and looked at the mesh they had and got it from there.

Adding mesh Case window
I didn't like any mesh apps till I saw yours. And now that I'm getting lower temps with the case open headed and I need a fan mounted it seems to be the best idea. Where'd you go for it? Ace, Home Depot, Lowes? How much did you spend?

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I want the honeycomb. but I'll probably need washers if I get it.
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i went to Ace, there is a Ace Hardware store in down town San Dimas where i live, its a tiny hardware store but they have everything a full size one has, but i like going there cause its in a building that is over 120 years old... very cool

but yea, it was a couple bucks for a 5' x 5' bit of it
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i like going there cause its in a building that is over 120 years old... very cool

but yea, it was a couple bucks for a 5' x 5' bit of it
HAHA thats sick.

Thats a good price assuming a couple is less than 5?

Did you have to varnish it like I keep seeing online with metal mesh?

EDIT: NVM I see you painted it.
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