Homemade WC Question

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mrscientific13

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I want to make a WC system from scratch, including the waterblocks, and maybe the resivoir. Since I do not have the technology to drill out the neccecary channels for the water to flow through the block, I want to know if something else would work. If I took a block of copper and attacked copper pipes the size of a pencil with water flowing through them would that have a similar effect?

I was going for something that would look like this:



the water would pump into the piping which would pick put the heat. Would this be efficient? If not, would sinking the pipes in a bit do anything?

All input is appreciated.
 

reggie_da_man

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Ok if you don't have the proper tools to do it then don't. Those copper pipes will be gorrible and not work at all. Your also almost guaranteed to spring a leak. You'd have to make an S shape going through the block. My advice is buy already made parts from www.dangerden.com and build with that.
 

Nubius

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well that's why you 'LEAK TEST' stuff before you put it into a live machine.
 
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