Published on 7th May 2012 by
Originally Posted by thEcatNice series, keep up the good work :)
I'd be tempted to re-enforce the long skinny length of copper with some 'L' or 'U' or square section, aluminium or brass ? Or maybe just add a couple more skinny lengths on top with a couple of extra screws securing the layers to keep the sandwich in place. Copper bends so very easily and with screws at each of the far ends I'd worry about it bowing up in the middle.
Originally Posted by Combatus
Thanks for the kind comments guys. thEcat - we actually experienced that very problem! Adjusting the three mounting screws made things a little better but we added something else that largely solved the issue which you can see in part 4. If it continues to be a pain we will probably use your suggestion though.
Originally Posted by AsouterA solid tutorial, I wish I'd read this info before building D33P THOUGHT it'd saved a lot of time.
Originally Posted by LanceAre you going to include a tutorial on how to mount the motherboard?
I am currently trying to mount a motherboard onto a piece of wood but I don't know how. I was considering trying to get some spacers to go on bolts but I'm not too sure on where to get these.
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