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Sunday, July 7th 2013, 7:05pm

Radioform the echo centenaris

It's a new project, base is the "old" fitpc3, the idea is a htpc. (+ 4 hdd , 2usb, 2 esata)

this page (fibreboard) and STEAM



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Sunday, July 7th 2013, 10:01pm

nice idea
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Monday, July 8th 2013, 8:53am

Next time, you should try another technique to bend the fiberboard. Bending with steam doesn't work as supposed with fiberboard, because it weakens it. The reason is, fiberboard is packed wood fiber with a bunch of glue. That's why it wouldn't work on plywood either.
Bending with steam ONLY works as supposed on solid wood by moistening the wood fibers and soften them, but if they dry up again, they'll keep the strength.

So if you want to bend some fiberboard, the best way (IMHO) is to take two thinner sheets, and glue them together if they are in your desired shape.
Bending plywood is AFAIK not possible either, because it's too stiff. You would have to make a mold and glue layer by layer in place, containing the cross-pattern of plywood.

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Monday, July 8th 2013, 9:16am

Nice Idea! I'm looking forward for the final Design! It looks a little bit small, what kind of board your going to install?

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Monday, July 8th 2013, 6:40pm

There will be no loaded the fiberboard. Will be a sparse web. And no is the wood at home :) . That I then learn bending the wood ?(

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Tuesday, July 9th 2013, 7:47pm

varnish and paint ( copper color)






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Wednesday, July 10th 2013, 6:17pm

today work: 1. probe compilation

handmade aluminium L-profiles ( 7 pieces, the obverse clamped)





box foots



3 copper rod (curved+drilled the obverse)





more less difference... :dash: :D

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Thursday, July 11th 2013, 7:22am

Interresting, Steam Punk looks a little different to most of the other Mods here.

Do you want to put some some cloth behind the Windows?
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Friday, July 12th 2013, 7:13pm

Finish is the pre-version. Tomorrow I rest, and sunday disassemble. Sunday? I change fi berboard to wood.









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Saturday, July 13th 2013, 9:43pm

The net now looks not so good. What would it be painted with metal Insect mesh and the black?
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Sunday, July 14th 2013, 8:11am

The white cloth on the first picture looks good, looks like an old radio! But, like Pala said, the black Net in the middle -It simply dont looks good. Maybe a stripe of Messing would look better or a bit of the white cloth?
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Sunday, July 14th 2013, 9:17am

Yes, I see. I think, what is the solution. Thanks!

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Tuesday, July 16th 2013, 9:17pm

Nice project and a good idea to bend the parts.

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Thursday, July 18th 2013, 9:16pm

Sorry, I can't bending the wood at home ;(

I think again my idea. Ready is the new project, similar the A-project.

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Sunday, July 21st 2013, 5:38pm

I think it would look the best if you change the black mesh with some (i think) 60ies brass metal with a punched pattern. That's apx. 0.8-1.0 mm thick.
Maybe even add some patina to the metal for realism

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Monday, July 22nd 2013, 5:36pm

It's get to a shopwindow, and total redesign :D

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Thursday, July 25th 2013, 5:56pm

The final version

I buy a board



base and the obverse/back



turn to side


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Tuesday, July 30th 2013, 6:47pm

Sorry, here was heat (40 Celsius)

Internal arc



back side ( computer and 4 hdd hole)



pickle and oil



shelf holder ( D=3 mm, L=2 cm, copper)



hole for decoration



2 shelf


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Thursday, August 1st 2013, 9:33pm

shelf holder+ cloth



back page decoration (copper rivet D=6 mm, L=12 mm )



front page decoration



shelf + satin ribbon



side decoration



mosquito net and furniture rivet



foot



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