Published on 28th February 2010 by
Originally Posted by TattysnucDo you not have to be carefulabout using metals in a cooling loop? I've read about galvanic erosion or something like that?
Originally Posted by Alec**This article has fantastic timing!! Me and a mate are planning a old Stacker Res-Orection, the clue is in the name that it will feature a large (custom made) Res. Was planning to order the parts tonight and this article has helped (especially with type of plastic) Thanks! Should be posting results in a couple of weeks (might start a thread up on here).
Originally Posted by dslicknessThank you so much for posting a Modding Article!! Bit-tech.net used to have so many modding guides (some of the best), and then suddenly they trashed most of the guides.
Anyway, thanks for the info. I wish I knew more about Extruded Acrylic back then. I will come back to this page for info on tube molding.
Originally Posted by BindibadgiTo be frank, we only ever had a few dozen guides, but we used to do less content so it seems like more. Now we do 10 pieces of unique content week-in-week-out. And you have to say since last .. sept, we've been pretty consistent with our modding content and had the huge mod of the year compo ;)
Also, people have seen most of it all before to be honest, and most of the guides in the modding and project log forum are where the hardcore modders find them. Finding something excellently written, unique and well documented that's long enough for the front page is quite difficult.
They generally don't make great front page traffic drivers and certainly don't help us secure advertising, which unfortunately is the commercial endeavour of any professional website (I enjoy getting paid! :D). Actual mods on the other hand don't either, but the traffic and community relevance are far, far greater - it promotes more discussion and ideas than just a single how-to article, so we're much more happy to keep that alive just for the community :);)
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