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Old 6th July 2004, 04:12 AM   #1
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Default my site is redesigned, what do you think?

hey everyone. i finally got around to doing a little cleanup of my site. it looked pretty awful before.

let me know what you think. there is just a small amount there now, im still working on it. i hope all the links work at least. i will clean up the actual project pages later and make them easier to read. but for now, im still working on the projects, so i will just edit them as i go.

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Default Re: my site is redesigned, what do you think?

I think it needs tubes

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Old 6th July 2004, 05:54 AM   #3
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its run off a tube-based server. thats why its so slow
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Old 7th July 2004, 11:21 AM   #4
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Hi,

Nice pictures you got.

BTW did you do these Aleph2 cases on your own??

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yeah, i made them from a solid block of aluminum and a chisel. took a few hours

nah, they were done by a local guy who has a CNC machine in his garage. they designs were hand-drawn and dimensioned out to the best of out abilities. we just guessed on a lot of things.

the rest of the cases were made by hand (minus the vents and some of the holes on the back plate), but im still not sure if i want to use them. the faceplates are so precise and perfect, any little tiny flaw in the rest of the case shows through. i might start from scratch and redo the cases entirely (except for faceplates though). i want it to look like a commercial offering.

i dont want to finish them and have them be 90% perfect.
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ive added pictures of my shop and my tools so people can see where i make messes.
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should be fixed now. the link at the top of the thread still works, and always has, but i forgot to change my link in my profile. thanks for catching it.
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Default excellently

excellently, nice disign for amp. you're a big master.
my partners has a big problem about appearance of his amp's.
I like it
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