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Old 03-18-2009, 06:13 PM   #91 (permalink)
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Mnpctech's Painter is Brad Galvin

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Old 03-18-2009, 06:28 PM   #92 (permalink)
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whoa, dude, that's awesome. i want some lightening stripes in that colur on the side of my pc.
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Wow... simply put, it is amazing.
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I love the two pieces individually. But together, I'm personally not feelin it. (referring to the panel)

Can't wait to see it finished.
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Red anodized M3 machine screws, these were offered by my friend's business a few years ago. He no longer offers them. I'm glad I saved some, I'm using these 4 to re-attach the top panel.



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I love the wee bit of flame around the power and reset buttons...just offers a great little touch!
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Red anodized M3 machine screws, these were offered by my friend's business a few years ago.
Hey if you do not mind a had a question for you. I was planning on painting and chopping (for wire management) the inside of my case and wanted to paint the screws as well to match. Is there a big problem with stripping off paint when you screw them back in? Is there a better yet cheap way to do this?

I just planned on drilling holes in a block of wood and placing them in and painting.

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Hey if you do not mind a had a question for you. I was planning on painting and chopping (for wire management) the inside of my case and wanted to paint the screws as well to match. Is there a big problem with stripping off paint when you screw them back in? Is there a better yet cheap way to do this?

I just planned on drilling holes in a block of wood and placing them in and painting.

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Put tape around the threads and then paint the head.
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Old 03-22-2009, 12:57 PM   #99 (permalink)
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Agree ^

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WOW!!!!!!!!! That looks amazing!! Great work, I'm quite jealous.
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