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Unread 03-06-2003, 03:14 PM   #126
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Thanks guys! I hope your block is ready for testing soon!
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Thanks, maybe next week it'll be ready. There's much more work to do.
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hara is a maltese word for shit, so the bullshit is not me but you
So he is calling himself shit? :shrug: If the shoe fits....
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That's the first thing that passed through my mind whilst registering (@ procooling)
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Here it is nearly completely milled. See Jaydee, you were the one who said that it couldn't be milled!
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Well I still stand by that, this is not the same block I said that about but a sever revesion of it. Hell I could mill this with my POS mill.

Looks good non the less! I don't see a cone in the middle though.:shrug: Is that C110 copper or some type of allow? Looks weird. May just be the camera flash....
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The only modification done was changing the channel width from 1.5mm to 2mm and reducing them from 12 to 10.
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The only modification done was changing the channel width from 1.5mm to 2mm and reducing them from 12 to 10.
Exactly, do you understand the difference between a 2mm and a 1.5mm end mill?. Not that this person couldn't do it as it apperas he has a very good mill though. I would snap a few 1.5mm endmills if I attempted the original design but I am shure I could do it if I spent a good 6hrs on it. I belive I could also do Bens block aswell given a alot of patients and time. Neither of which I have at the moment. My impossible statment I will retract.
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Is that C110 copper or some type of allow?
The flash may deceive you. The flash makes copper look redder. In this case, that is its natural colour. It looks the same as the maze 3.

We don't know if it's C110 or C101. Is there any way to know?
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We don't know if it's C110 or C101. Is there any way to know?
Not that I am aware of. I micron microscope maybe able to but you would have to know what your looking at.
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Not that I am aware of. I micron microscope maybe able to but you would have to know what your looking at.
I think that that's too complicated
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I think that that's too complicated
Yes it is. And you would have to have a actual sample of both materials to compare, and a lab guy that knows what he is doing. That university probably has such equipment, but then you have to come up with the materials. Bah!
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squirrel is ready from machining. Tomorrow we will post some pics. When sealed and ready, our results will be posted also hope that it performs well
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I'm sorry, but I could never use a waterblock that was patterned after the Divine Order, unless, of course, I was Captian of the most powerful force of destruction in the two know Universes...
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squirrel is ready from machining. Tomorrow we will post some pics. When sealed and ready, our results will be posted also hope that it performs well
Looking forward to it!

Make sure you include the details of your inlet geometry! I want to see how it's going to perform, because it's the closest thing to my block that I've seen, but I'm not close to an actual build yet.
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Excuse me for my ignorance but...what do you mean Bignuts?
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did not understand a thing

What do you mean?? :shrug:
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It's a reference to a tv show called "Lexx".
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squirrel is ready from machining. Tomorrow we will post some pics. When sealed and ready, our results will be posted also hope that it performs well
What the? What are the pictures above of then? I practice run?
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Those pictures are from when the milling wasn't complete. The rod is now a cone.
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Those pictures are from when the milling wasn't complete. The rod is now a cone.
Ahh, I thought you were machining a whole new block.
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The guy that did that for us is p1ssed because it took him a lot of time. He also lost 3 endmills. Don't think we'll get to have 2
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You should offer to replace those endmills: it's the least you can do!

I'm certainly looking forward to purchasing a dozen 1.0 mm endmills
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The guy that did that for us is p1ssed because it took him a lot of time. He also lost 3 endmills. Don't think we'll get to have 2
No shit eh? That was the basis for my original "Imossible" statement and is also why the WW is so expensive. Copper milling is a expensive whore. I like cheap whores myself!!!
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He lost 3 high speed steel endmills and gave him 1 carbide endmill. They are so expensive
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