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    Semi-solid CPU 70/54mm 100% cooper

    Hi

    Semi-solid by piotres . 100% copper.

    Base part is 100% same as in 70mm diam solid , like showed here: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=247238 , pipe is 54mm copper.

    Specs:


    -100% copper (except enclosure )
    -1.33kg mass
    -70mm/54mm diameter
    -200mm tall
    -40mm bottom thickness + 12mm and 5mm holes in bottom
    -hole for mounting K-probe in bottom
    -19 mm thick PCV enclosure
    -2.0mm thick steel powdercoated backplate
    -19mm thick armaflex insulation





























    Sorry I forgot to make photo showing weight, but it's 1.33kg, You must trust me .

    Do You like it ?



    Thanks for looking

    With Kindest Regards
    Peter
    Last edited by piotres; 05-22-2010 at 04:02 AM.

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    nice pot Piotr

    what is interesting how this pot acts any tests or word from the owner?

    I like it

    cenka?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FatAlbert View Post
    nice pot Piotr

    what is interesting how this pot acts any tests or word from the owner?

    I like it

    cenka?
    I hope owner post pictures and write how it perform in his opinion .

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    Nice one Piotres, when We see how this pot is perform ? Soon

    And I think the same what Konrad said ; mounting for termo can be litlle bit down.



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    Looks nice, want to see some performance stats though.
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    great looking pot

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    Thank you, I bought it a couple of days ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piotres View Post
    12mm and 5mm holes in bottom
    Is this correct?

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    I would also like to see some DIce/ln2 test results. The pot looks promising!

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    I've had this for nearly 6 months now but I haven't had a single weekend free that I've known about long enough in advance to try it out.

    It'll be my first attempt, so don't expect anything amazing, but this will be the first place I post.

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    Hello

    Still making the stuff . PM me if somebody is interested about solid/semi-solid or other pot .

    Semi-solid from November 2012:







    Regards
    Peter

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