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We should have a beer some time ;)

Sounds good! :D

 

I'm not a big fan of the whole par-business, though. I can't stand double spaces! But vim support on this forum would be a nice addition. Aslo, Courier as standard font would be just lovely :D

Growing up I usually used justified text whenever I could, so I've kind of gotten

used to the irregular word spacing. It would be nice of course to have different

sorts of spaces (i.e. spaces chars of different lengths). That would allow you to

have only semantically correct word breaks instead of double spaces (which is, to

be pedantic, not actually correct, there should be only one, and exactly one character

between words or a punctuation mark and the following word).

But I don't think that's a very realistic expectation for pure text documents (which

are mainly what I use, since I mostly use LaTeX for typesetting, which boils down

to using Vim for me as well).

My personal bottom line regarding par is: It's not perfect, but its advantages are

more important to me than its downsides. And I have to admit: When looking at a

lengthy LaTeX document in its source, I really like how it looks all justified

and neat, multiple spaces be damned. :wub:

Also: +1 for the Vim addition. Although maybe there are browser extensions which

allow you to edit text in textboxes like you're in Vim? I'll have to take a look

at that (I already use some Vi-style extensions for my browsers, almost eliminates

the need for a mouse, which makes things go a lot more smoothly).

And Courier? That would be lovely indeed. Or any decent monospace font for that

matter.

God, if anyone ever questions my nerdness or geekdom I will point them to this

discussion. :lol:

 

Thanks! If you read through the latest comments, you'll see I was quite surprised about getting it. It was kind of weird seeing my build mentioned on the WAN show :P

Haha, yeah I saw that. Talk about a nice surprise! :D


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Am I not subscribed to this!? how comes!?

Yeah, I know that feeling. :D

AWESOME, AWESOME JOB!

Did I mentioned I am a "BIG FAN"? (lolzies)

Thanks you! And what's your diameter and rpm? :lol:


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What, a screenshot of some beautifully formatted text was not enough?! :lol:

Ah well... it's not really much of a looker at the moment. Very messy and mostly

disassembled, but since you're asking so nicely:

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Isn't there rules against porn on the forum?  ^_^


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Isn't there rules against porn on the forum?  ^_^

 

Sssshhhh! Don't make the mods hear us! :D

 

[...yearbook photo of Ymac...]

 

about 20 meters and 100 RPM :P

:lol:


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The Bitfenix Spectre Pro Copper Edition

I'll let the pictures do the talking for the most part.

I hung the frames on a thread (still had to rearrange them to cover all the angles).

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--01--hanging.jpeg

The masking took about two and a half hours for all fans...

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--02--masking-fron

...because I had the genius idea to paint them both front and back, even though

nobody will ever see the back side again, ever. But the perfectionist inside me

just wouldn't shut up. You can also see that I desoldered the wires. Considering

how close together the contacts are on the PCB that's going to be a bitch to solder

back on. Ah well...

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--03--masking-back

First coat of copper paint applied. The paint I'm using is Weicon Copper Spray.

The copper colour comes from actual copper particles (so, it's a metal spray, not

just something that looks like copper). The upside: It's copper! The downside:

It's conductive (most likely, I don't have a multimeter to test this, but I doubt

the epoxy matrix in which the copper particles are embedded serves as a good

enough insulator to make it non-conductive).

I found the paint on eBay, if you google "Weicon copper paint" you should be able

to find more info on it.

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--04--first-coat.j

Aaand we're done. To be perfectly honest, the paint job could be improved upon.

But considering I don't have a spray booth and practically all imperfections are

well hidden when they're mounted I'm still very happy with the results. I'll

definitely change my procedure though if I ever do this again. It's a learning

process. :D

Also, to prevent the paint from tarnishing, I gave all the painted parts a clear

coat for protection.

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--05--inner-frames

And now, some glory shots:

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--06--bfspro-coppe

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--07--bfspro-coppe

Well, at least the masking did its job. :)

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--08--back-side.pn

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--09--bfspro-coppe

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--10--bfspro-coppe

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--11--bfspro-coppe

I also painted the hex bolts for mounting the fans. They also have a clear coat.

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--12--bfspro-coppe

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--13--bfspro-coppe

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--14--bfspro-coppe

(click image for full res)

aw--helios--2013-09-23--15--bfspro-coppe

That's it for today. Next: Re-wiring the fans.


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The Bitfenix Spectre Pro Copper Edition

I'll let the pictures do the talking for the most part.

I hung the frames on a thread (still had to rearrange them to cover all the angles).

(click image for full res)

The masking took about two and a half hours for all fans...

(click image for full res)

...because I had the genius idea to paint them both front and back, even though

nobody will ever see the back side again, ever. But the perfectionist inside me

just wouldn't shut up. You can also see that I desoldered the wires. Considering

how close together the contacts are on the PCB that's going to be a bitch to solder

back on. Ah well...

(click image for full res)

First coat of copper paint applied. The paint I'm using is Weicon Copper Spray.

The copper colour comes from actual copper particles (so, it's a metal spray, not

just something that looks like copper). The upside: It's copper! The downside:

It's conductive (most likely, I don't have a multimeter to test this, but I doubt

the epoxy matrix in which the copper particles are embedded serves as a good

enough insulator to make it non-conductive).

I found the paint on eBay, if you google "Weicon copper paint" you should be able

to find more info on it.

(click image for full res)

Aaand we're done. To be perfectly honest, the paint job could be improved upon.

But considering I don't have a spray booth and practically all imperfections are

well hidden when they're mounted I'm still very happy with the results. I'll

definitely change my procedure though if I ever do this again. It's a learning

process. :D

Also, to prevent the paint from tarnishing, I gave all the painted parts a clear

coat for protection.

(click image for full res)

And now, some glory shots:

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

Well, at least the masking did its job. :)

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

I also painted the hex bolts for mounting the fans. They also have a clear coat.

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

That's it for today. Next: Re-wiring the fans.

 

That look so well done I thought you had the balls and time to reframe them all with REAL copper. Paint came out realistic!


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Posted · Original PosterOP

OMG looks sooooo awesome :D Keep up the great work alpenwasser

 

Thanks mate! :)

 

That look so well done I thought you had the balls and time to reframe them all with REAL copper. Paint came out realistic!

Haha, that would have been something! :D

The paint looks realistic because it actually is real copper (very fine copper

particles embedded in an epoxy matrix IIRC).


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Thanks mate! :)

 

Haha, that would have been something! :D

The paint looks realistic because it actually is real copper (very fine copper

particles embedded in an epoxy matrix IIRC).

 

Awesome!!!


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The Bitfenix Spectre Pro Copper Edition

I'll let the pictures do the talking for the most part.

I hung the frames on a thread (still had to rearrange them to cover all the angles).

(click image for full res)

The masking took about two and a half hours for all fans...

(click image for full res)

...because I had the genius idea to paint them both front and back, even though

nobody will ever see the back side again, ever. But the perfectionist inside me

just wouldn't shut up. You can also see that I desoldered the wires. Considering

how close together the contacts are on the PCB that's going to be a bitch to solder

back on. Ah well...

(click image for full res)

First coat of copper paint applied. The paint I'm using is Weicon Copper Spray.

The copper colour comes from actual copper particles (so, it's a metal spray, not

just something that looks like copper). The upside: It's copper! The downside:

It's conductive (most likely, I don't have a multimeter to test this, but I doubt

the epoxy matrix in which the copper particles are embedded serves as a good

enough insulator to make it non-conductive).

I found the paint on eBay, if you google "Weicon copper paint" you should be able

to find more info on it.

(click image for full res)

Aaand we're done. To be perfectly honest, the paint job could be improved upon.

But considering I don't have a spray booth and practically all imperfections are

well hidden when they're mounted I'm still very happy with the results. I'll

definitely change my procedure though if I ever do this again. It's a learning

process. :D

Also, to prevent the paint from tarnishing, I gave all the painted parts a clear

coat for protection.

(click image for full res)

And now, some glory shots:

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

Well, at least the masking did its job. :)

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

I also painted the hex bolts for mounting the fans. They also have a clear coat.

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

(click image for full res)

That's it for today. Next: Re-wiring the fans.

OMG!  :o :blink:  :blush:   :wub:

 

This is just AWESOME!


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Awesome!!!

 

Yup, it's pretty cool stuff. Had to search for quite a while until I found somebody

who ships to me though.

 

OMG!  :o :blink:  :blush:   :wub:

 

Did you just have a seizure? If this keeps happening to people I'll put a medical

disclaimer in the thread. :lol:

This is just AWESOME!

Thanks!

 

:o

:D :wub:


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Yup, it's pretty cool stuff. Had to search for quite a while until I found somebody

who ships to me though.

 

 

Did you just have a seizure? If this keeps happening to people I'll put a medical

disclaimer in the thread. :lol:

Thanks!

 

:D :wub:

I think you have to put a Medical, and Adult content disclaimer!


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Looks sweet


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Never thought, that fans could look so damn good. Excellent stuff as usual alpenwasser! 

This thing is gonna look sexy as f**k


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<very long and very nerdy comment>

Aha! I'm not the only one that likes LaTeX :D It would be nice if you could just enter LaTeX into the forum and it would recognize it, parse it and display it correctly.

 

Now don't get me wrong here, I'm not much of a typist (I can't even properly type blind for God's sake), but I like the idea of a clean and unified text layout on the web. If that would exist, you wouldn't see things like

 

My FaVoRiTe CooCKie! xoxo

 

It would all be nice and uniform :) and it would make smilies not be stupid images (I hate images for smilies)

 

Also, back on topic:

  • what paint is that? It looks SO realistic :S
  • how many layers did you spray on?
  • those screws are brilliant :D
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My jaw hit the floor, again.. please stop! (no, keep going..)


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Looks sweet

 

Thank you! :)

 

Never thought, that fans could look so damn good. Excellent stuff as usual alpenwasser! 

This thing is gonna look sexy as f**k

 

That's what I'm going for, thanks! :)

 

Aha! I'm not the only one that likes LaTeX :D It would be nice if you could just enter LaTeX into the forum and it would recognize it, parse it and display it correctly.

Holy crap, that would be awesome! I have to admit my LaTeX is rather rusty because

I haven't used it in a while, but I reckon it will come back once I get going again.

It's not like it's hugely complicated (unless you want to do something really esoteric,

which is rarely the case for me when I use it for college).

 

Now don't get me wrong here, I'm nut much of a typist (I can't even properly type blind for God's sake), but I like the idea of a clean and unified text layout on the web. If that would exist, you wouldn't see things like

 

<horrible evil>

 

It would all be nice and uniform :) and it would make smilies not be stupid images (I hate images for smilies)

Dear god, don't do that, it burns my eyes! Since getting a uniform web layout is a bit

of an unrealistic expectation I would be happy to at least have customization options

in forums to make it look like I want it to without a huge hassle. I mean, that would

be totally feasible IMO.

I'm not sure how I feel about smilies. On one hand, I do think that some of those

graphics can be pretty funny (OCN has a few rather amusing ones), on the other hand

it can make things look rather immature and childish, especially when they're used

in excess. So I would at least like to have the option to turn them off and have

them displayed as text (I think you can actually do that on some forums, not totally

sure though).

 

Also, back on topic:

  • what paint is that? It looks SO realistic :S
  • how many layers did you spray on?
  • those screws are brilliant :D
  • Weicon Copper Spray (link, pdf). It's basically very fine copper particles

    embedded into an epoxy matrix (hence the clear coat, because I've been told

    it can tarnish). It does look a bit darker than a contiguous piece of copper

    because all those fine particles don't reflect light as well as one single

    surface (at least not if that surface is polished). But if you do some good

    color coordination and don't have copper spray parts and normal copper parts

    right next to each other it's not very noticeable at all (at least not to

    my eyes, your mileage my vary).

  • Probably around three. The problem was that to get the paint into all

    nooks and crannies on those frames I had to spray them from many different

    angles, and each time some paint also fell on non-target areas. So I'd

    say all in all the frames probably got around three coats on average.

    Plus two coats of clear coat.

  • Thank you, I rather like them myself as well. I'll have to pay attention

    to properly align the hex heads with the hex pattern on the fans though. :D

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My jaw hit the floor, again.. please stop! (no, keep going..)

You sound a bit confused, which I will take as a compliment. :lol:


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Stunningly awesome! Been following this post for a while! Can't wait to see where it goes!


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Dear god, don't do that, it burns my eyes! Since getting a uniform web layout is a bit

of an unrealistic expectation I would be happy to at least have customization options

in forums to make it look like I want it to without a huge hassle. I mean, that would

be totally feasible IMO.

I'm not sure how I feel about smilies. On one hand, I do think that some of those

graphics can be pretty funny (OCN has a few rather amusing ones), on the other hand

it can make things look rather immature and childish, especially when they're used

in excess. So I would at least like to have the option to turn them off and have

them displayed as text (I think you can actually do that on some forums, not totally

sure though).

Yes, an abundance of smilies really makes text look like it was written by

a ten year old...

 

One of the biggest problems with image smilies is that the make line

spacing irregular. Image smilies are a tad bigger than the standard

typefont. To further display this: :(

 

Also, image smilies can make for some awkward attention seekers, as

demonstrated by the sentence below:

 

I silently want to not attract any attention to this sentence, which isn't a problem until :D Stupid smilies!

 

Thank you, I rather like them myself as well. I'll have to pay attention

to properly align the hex heads with the hex pattern on the fans though.

 

Exactly the kind of detail I was expecting from you...

(And I say that in a good way, of course! Text without smilies

can be really easily misunderstood. Oh, the paradoxes...)

 

PS: writing with self-inserted line breaks actually isn't that

bad... Nonetheless, I probably won't continue using it for long...

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Stunningly awesome! Been following this post for a while! Can't wait to see where it goes!

 

Thank you, I appreciate that! :)

 

Yes, an abundance of smilies really makes text look like it was written by

a ten year old...

 

One of the biggest problems with image smilies is that the make line

spacing irregular. Image smilies are a tad bigger than the standard

typefont. To further display this: :(

 

Also, image smilies can make for some awkward attention seekers, as

demonstrated by the sentence below:

 

I silently want to not attract any attention to this sentence, which isn't a problem until :D Stupid smilies!

Totally true. One of my favorites is the devil smiley from OCN. It has a smiley face

in the front with a flaming background, and is as tall as about two default sized lines

of text. No matter how fun it may be on its own, it screws up typesetting absolutely

hideously! Plus, I really don't like the idea of images embedded within my text, it's

just not semantically correct IMO.

This has to be the nerdiest discussion I've ever had with anyone, ever. At least in the

top five (I don't have many nerd friends IRL). :D

Exactly the kind of detail I was expecting from you...

(And I say that in a good way, of course! Text without smilies

can be really easily misunderstood. Oh, the paradoxes...)

Hehe, thanks! :)

And yes, smileys do have their advantages. I suppose it's the same as with most things

in life: There are justifiable use cases for it, but it is not without its drawbacks.

PS: writing with self-inserted line breaks actually isn't that

bad... Nonetheless, I probably won't continue using it for long...

Haha, I've gotten very used to it by now and don't even notice it anymore (and that

despite the fact that I often shuffle line breaks and entire lines around when I change

something). I'm a pretty decent typist though (not brilliant, but decent), so I

suppose it's not that much of a burden for me. I actually have to pay attention not

to do it where I don't want to (Youtube comments, for example).


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This has to be the nerdiest discussion I've ever had with anyone, ever. At least in the

top five (I don't have many nerd friends IRL).

You should join me on my trip to school. I carpool with a buddy of mine and we have conversations like this on a daily basis :P

Altough, this really is a very nerdy discussion :P

 

Haha, I've gotten very used to it by now and don't even notice it anymore (and that

despite the fact that I often shuffle line breaks and entire lines around when I change

something). I'm a pretty decent typist though (not brilliant, but decent), so I

suppose it's not that much of a burden for me. I actually have to pay attention not

to do it where I don't want to (Youtube comments, for example).

Yeah, I can imagine it's quite a bit of work to rearrange sentences with self imposed linebreaks. But it's more of a habbit thing than anything else, I think...

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