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Old 3rd April 2013, 07:35 AM   #2901
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Old 5th April 2013, 08:58 AM   #2902
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WTH did you use for the front panel? You should remove side panels covering heatsinks, efficiency will increase a lot. Unless heatsinks are already oversized and you want to hide them somehow, so then thanks ok. Anyway, you are not hiding them very well

All in all, look is pretty original, I like it.
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I think it's masking tape protecting all edges/surfaces.
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I think it's masking tape protecting all edges/surfaces.
For sure, I do the same until the final assembly...
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Good hint for my next projects!

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You should witness yacht assembly, until throwing a bottle at it.

Both stainless-steel and aluminum can be ordered cut to size and drilled, with protective foil on both sides, stays there until the finishing touch.
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