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BluBawx Mod by E.E.L. Ambiense

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Matticus 16th November 2009, 02:01 Quote
Amazing work, very inspiring.
flibblesan 16th November 2009, 02:06 Quote
I approve of this mod. Really amazing work. And I'm happy to see mod articles are becoming more regular!
The boy 4rm oz 16th November 2009, 02:47 Quote
I really enjoyed watching this mod take shape when it was actually under construction, very very nice design and execution.

I was just wondering E.E.L, who makes the PSU you settled on and where did you get it? You didn't really go into detail in the article.
stonedsurd 16th November 2009, 03:29 Quote
SFF love on the front page makes me happy :)
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I was just wondering E.E.L, who makes the PSU you settled on and where did you get it? You didn't really go into detail in the article.
Me too! I'm really wondering about that PSU.
craigbru 16th November 2009, 03:47 Quote
Beautiful work as always Jeremy!
jhanlon303 16th November 2009, 04:26 Quote
E.E.L turned us on to the Casetronic 120w psu from Logic Supply. A kit with the wall brick. H20-C7 has one too. We discussed small PSUs a lot
elGafas 16th November 2009, 05:00 Quote
Death to the Beige!!!
HourBeforeDawn 16th November 2009, 07:12 Quote
not to bad, not to bad at all. :)
DAVEtheRAVE 16th November 2009, 09:12 Quote
Nice Work!!
The boy 4rm oz 16th November 2009, 12:00 Quote
Cheers John.
capnPedro 16th November 2009, 12:04 Quote
Damn nice!
Rkiver 16th November 2009, 12:05 Quote
A lovely little mod, and the usual quality we've come to expect. :)
ParaHelix.org 16th November 2009, 13:24 Quote
Nice work, though it just doesn't really float my boat.
mooseguy 16th November 2009, 20:11 Quote
Sorry, but shouldn't this say 'peers'? 'And a few of my piers here on bit-tech have repeatedly asked for me to do a scratch-build, so I'm relenting. I've thrown caution to the reckless wind.' >_>
Bindibadgi 17th November 2009, 09:36 Quote
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Sorry, but shouldn't this say 'peers'? 'And a few of my piers here on bit-tech have repeatedly asked for me to do a scratch-build, so I'm relenting. I've thrown caution to the reckless wind.' >_>

Yup, I didn't catch that while editing at 1am yesterday morning :o
mooseguy 17th November 2009, 18:09 Quote
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Sorry, but shouldn't this say 'peers'? 'And a few of my piers here on bit-tech have repeatedly asked for me to do a scratch-build, so I'm relenting. I've thrown caution to the reckless wind.' >_>

Yup, I didn't catch that while editing at 1am yesterday morning :o

Good, BT isn't suddenly full of long structures extending into the see ^_^

Awesome mod.
Cheapskate 20th November 2009, 01:46 Quote
Congrabulations!
I couldn't resist.:D Everyone else was misspelling stuff. Peer pressure sucks.
Stuey 20th November 2009, 21:34 Quote
Very inspiring!

What was the size of the acrylic? 5mm all around for the main body, 3mm for the accents?
E.E.L. Ambiense 30th November 2009, 14:57 Quote
Wow, you know what's funny? I had no idea this even went up. Here I am, late to the party as usual. LOL.

Thank you eternally to Richard for bugging me about this article and for dealing with all the annoying IMs and e-mails when I didn't get something quite right. It's eternally appreciated, mate. And thank you to Bit-Tech site-wide; I love you all. Your support keeps me plugging away at this s**t!

Like John said, the PSU is the Casetronic 120w psu from Logic Supply. It's a bit expensive, but for what you get it's quite solid. When you see the rails, you know where the cost went versus the other kits that supposedly have 'more' wattage; yeah, wattage where you don't really need it! ;)

Back to my piers! ;) LOL. Thank you again to all of you!

Edit: I'm sorry, Stuey; forgot to answer your Q! Uh, the top and bottom of the case was 3/8", so that's approx. 9mm thick(?) and the rest was 1/4" (approx. 6mm) and the mirrored acrylic is 1/8" (3mm). Hope that helps!
jhanlon303 30th November 2009, 17:40 Quote
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Back to my piers! ;) LOL. Thank you again to all of you!

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You can tell what a modder from Florida has on his mind! The ocean.

Piers or peers? Hmmmm..... http://i255.photobucket.com/albums/hh137/jhanlon303/misc/rofl2.gif

john
Stuey 1st December 2009, 01:37 Quote
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Originally Posted by E.E.L. Ambiense
Edit: I'm sorry, Stuey; forgot to answer your Q! Uh, the top and bottom of the case was 3/8", so that's approx. 9mm thick(?) and the rest was 1/4" (approx. 6mm) and the mirrored acrylic is 1/8" (3mm). Hope that helps!
Thanks! I thought the accents were 1/4", but wasn't certain.

You need to update your sig. All those MotM "loser" mentions, but none of your front page appearance? That's not right!
E.E.L. Ambiense 3rd December 2009, 06:36 Quote
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Originally Posted by E.E.L. Ambiense
Edit: I'm sorry, Stuey; forgot to answer your Q! Uh, the top and bottom of the case was 3/8", so that's approx. 9mm thick(?) and the rest was 1/4" (approx. 6mm) and the mirrored acrylic is 1/8" (3mm). Hope that helps!
Thanks! I thought the accents were 1/4", but wasn't certain.

You need to update your sig. All those MotM "loser" mentions, but none of your front page appearance? That's not right!

Welcome!

Bah, it's all in good spirits. I try to inject a little levity into my 'loser' status, is all. It's a running joke at this point. ;)
stonedsurd 3rd December 2009, 16:44 Quote
Hey now, Martin Scorsese never won an Oscar until 'The Departed'. Yours is coming E.E.L..
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