Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by CyberDruid, Mar 30, 2009.
You look like the Hulk in one of the pictures..turning green.
Great work as always, I wouldn't mind this sitting in my loop.....any chance of a red one???
Does it work as well with water in it? Looks really cool so far!
Wah, that looks sick.
Would love to see a smaller sized one.
oh wow, thats osm. i want me a clear one x.x
Looks like sthing radioactive inside it
Well I only have 4" UV green so that's what I made
It was a royal PITA and I had to remake it twice but it is still not quite done. I need to make a mount for it.
The thin wall tube is not really ideal...and polishing the top made little tiny crazing marks from the heat...so I don't think I want to make one for anybody because it might fail later on but maybe just as a lighting effect it's pretty fun.
I frosted it in the blast cabinet so it would glow like mad.
Might be still processing but should be viewable soon.
it's the evil twin
I'll be putting the one CD built for me to work this week...though mine's clear. Beautiful work!
lol More like Dr.Jekyl with his green elixir!
love the ambient sounds of the many fans you have running!
It's like a server room on LSD.
Oh yes, I knew it would look good!
I should silkscreen a Radiation Symbol on there.
You're at it again! Very cool.
I aimed some UV LED's at the back of my EK Res, I hope it comes close to looking that cool (when I finally get fluid in it )
I think these would make interesting Cabana Lanterns for a Rave Not sure if they'd hold up in the long term: thinwall tube is a little too fragile and extruded acrylic really is not suitable for anything except cosmetic bits and bobs.
Awesome, but you might wanna try and get that hangnail under control jk
This would work better. Using 2" optical clarity cast acrylic for the actual res and using the 4" UV green as a "shade" and simply stick a pair of CCL lights to the res tube. THe 4" tube would act as a support and would have two holes to allow access to the ports on the inner cylinder. Much easier to make and no worries about using unsuitable materials.
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