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Mod of the Month October 2011

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p0Pe 16th November 2011, 10:20 Quote
Nice:D Thanks for the nomination:) Just wished I had more progress to show you guys:D But tonight I have!! :D
riekmaharg2 16th November 2011, 11:09 Quote
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Originally Posted by p0Pe
Nice:D Thanks for the nomination:) Just wished I had more progress to show you guys:D But tonight I have!! :D

You got one of my votes :)
bulldogjeff 16th November 2011, 11:58 Quote
wow some good ones again this month. Wolverines is one just need to pick the other one.
yassarikhan786 16th November 2011, 12:09 Quote
Brilliant mods all around. A very tough decision indeed like always.
Razer2007 16th November 2011, 13:06 Quote
mmm poll results are strange.. Well my vote is in.
Waynio 16th November 2011, 13:09 Quote
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Originally Posted by yassarikhan786
Brilliant mods all around. A very tough decision indeed like always.

Really is this month .

Here I go rambling again .


All awesome mods this month some more so than others so I'll have to keep that firmly in mind to pick a top 3.

No 2 ways about it this dude is my main mod idol in modding & for very good reason Arrakis by Attila, sweet little mini-itx rig, feels like fewer & fewer full home diy projects rise & Attila shows you can make something as good & better with the right ideas by going this way.

I simply love the welding in Flipmode by Paslis.

Only just found out about this one & looks very nice Galluzzo-I by L1U.

Crazy mad precision with M8 by p0Pe who I see as innovative so using advanced machines is good if being innovative & make awesome looking/performing final rigs :D.

Mini Monster by PabloFunky looks real nice with all the solid birch.

I was a tiny bit worried about what he was gonna do to the antique but that worry soon went away & looks very nice, old meets new & gets on really well with each other :D The Retro HTPC by [WP@]WOLVERINE.

Veeeerrrrry tough to call a top 3 this month, not sure if I can but I still do have a soft spot for full on diy & probably always will so if I voted purely on that Attila owns all :D, ya know true made at home awesome inventer style :D I think there needs to be 2 different comps, maybe alternate it each month 1 for factory style & 1 for diy, I do really like both & know both require awesome design & machine operating skills but it is just so much more difficult getting good enough for being 100% precise by manual methods, some use a good mix of manual & semi auto & I can just about see that as passable this is just my opinion remember though before flame grilling me :):p.

Anyway I truly can't pick a top 3, they are all awesome, couldn't vote for 3 without being harsh on the others so I'll pick 1 & be decisive for a change :D.

Arrakis by Attila, sorry to eveyone else but I do think there is a need to alternate factory or home mods for motm then I could be much more decisive, it's cool that people who are in industry are keen on sharing their projects & I enjoy following them myself but picking between the 2 & I just can't anymore unless it was all industry type mods 1 month & then home diy the next.
bulldogjeff 16th November 2011, 13:41 Quote
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Originally Posted by Waynio
Really is this month .

Here I go rambling again .


All awesome mods this month some more so than others so I'll have to keep that firmly in mind to pick a top 3.

No 2 ways about it this dude is my main mod idol in modding & for very good reason Arrakis by Attila, sweet little mini-itx rig, feels like fewer & fewer full home diy projects rise & Attila shows you can make something as good & better with the right ideas by going this way.

I simply love the welding in Flipmode by Paslis.

Only just found out about this one & looks very nice Galluzzo-I by L1U.

Crazy mad precision with M8 by p0Pe who I see as innovative so using advanced machines is good if being innovative & make awesome looking/performing final rigs :D.

Mini Monster by PabloFunky looks real nice with all the solid birch.

I was a tiny bit worried about what he was gonna do to the antique but that worry soon went away & looks very nice, old meets new & gets on really well with each other :D The Retro HTPC by [WP@]WOLVERINE.

Veeeerrrrry tough to call a top 3 this month, not sure if I can but I still do have a soft spot for full on diy & probably always will so if I voted purely on that Attila owns all :D, ya know true made at home awesome inventer style :D I think there needs to be 2 different comps, maybe alternate it each month 1 for factory style & 1 for diy, I do really like both & know both require awesome design & machine operating skills but it is just so much more difficult getting good enough for being 100% precise by manual methods, some use a good mix of manual & semi auto & I can just about see that as passable this is just my opinion remember though before flame grilling me :):p.

Anyway I truly can't pick a top 3, they are all awesome, couldn't vote for 3 without being harsh on the others so I'll pick 1 & be decisive for a change :D.

Arrakis by Attila, sorry to eveyone else but I do think there is a need to alternate factory or home mods for motm then I could be much more decisive, it's cool that people who are in industry are keen on sharing their projects & I enjoy following them myself but picking between the 2 & I just can't anymore unless it was all industry type mods 1 month & then home diy the next.
Your dead right Wayne, you're rambling...lol
Waynio 16th November 2011, 13:56 Quote
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Originally Posted by bulldogjeff
Your dead right Wayne, you're rambling...lol

I know :D but I would like to see alternating motm's though :) I just can't properly judge them with them being such different approaches.

But if there aren't enough projects to do this then no worries :).
[WP@]WOLVERINE 16th November 2011, 14:01 Quote
Nice to be nominated :) And it seems to be dead even atm :D
Vo0Ds 16th November 2011, 14:13 Quote
Ahh MOTM, just in time for lunch :-)
L1U 16th November 2011, 14:46 Quote
thank you for the nominee!!!

all projects took a lot of time and passion and definitely deserve a good look!
Waynio 16th November 2011, 15:10 Quote
Oh the heck with it, I'll just ignore motm & moty & all comps & mod on & just enjoy peoples logs regardless.

Motm & moty is great for seeing projects I miss sometimes so I'll just visit it to see ones I missed & say congrats :D I'm done with trying to judge ;).

Makes me just a bit overly opinionated & thats not like me really.

Congrats everyone, all awesome projects :).
Paslis 16th November 2011, 16:12 Quote
Thank you very much for the nomination and good luck to all because all projects look great. :D
Waynio 16th November 2011, 16:21 Quote
Your welding is absolutely awesome Paslis ;).
KoSoVaR^ 16th November 2011, 16:52 Quote
Good luck for everybody :)! It was very dificult to choose a project because all of them are amazing !
Paslis 16th November 2011, 16:52 Quote
Thank you very much Waynio. :D
Sutura 16th November 2011, 23:50 Quote
I kinda like the Flipmode. That person certainly knows how to weld. It's just impecable. But the project holds steady 3rd place. I already voted :)
TheGreatSatan 17th November 2011, 00:19 Quote
Flipmode is definitely the kind of out-of-the-box modding I enjoy. Voted!
PabloFunky 17th November 2011, 06:58 Quote
Wow Thanks guys for the nomination.

I am a little surprised as i really havent got that far on the project and is intended to be a slow build.

I have to do this within very very limited time.

Its hard as yet to tell the final result of the build.

However yesterday i started to remake the top panel using dowels (as suggested) so that i can remove ugly screws and brackets that bolt it together.

I will try my best to get it closer to a stage that can be judged easier but am glad people are liking my first wood build attempt.

right now to look again at other nominations.
TWeaK 17th November 2011, 23:56 Quote
Wow, great selection this month. I could've easily ticked all the boxes!
Attila 18th November 2011, 04:48 Quote
Holy moly! Thanks for the nomination bit. And thanks for the votes. :) All top projects (again).
Zio Sp_Hummer 18th November 2011, 10:31 Quote
for galluzzo : very good work ... simple and clean ... with a zen style !! for every one : great works
Hannes 18th November 2011, 11:32 Quote
Voted. All looks amazing!
Canardwc 20th November 2011, 22:23 Quote
Vote for L1U because he only did with his hands like an "artisan", and his project is really nice mixing clear wood with white acrylic...!!!

;););)

Go GO GAlluzzo!
yassarikhan786 22nd November 2011, 10:59 Quote
Wow, it's looking really tight at the top now.
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