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    Build a high end waterblock on a cnc machine

    Helly guys,
    now i will show to develop a high end cpu cooler. At first, you need a concept. My concept in this project is a good copy of the legend of Nexxxos XP REV.2.
    Goal is, most surfacearea on small surface. Here we need i very fine cuttool. I take a VHM sawblade with a cutting width of 0,3mm. The pins extent around 484mm?. There we support the most cores.
    Then we must think about the yetplates. 2 things are important. The surface in mm? and the schema. This is the big unknown. There we build any yetplates to find it out. Ok, a concept is available. We start to paint. I painted with Solidworks. Later i simulated the cooler in Flowworks. A simulation, you find in the last step.
    I generate the pix with Photoview. After rendering i edited the pix in photoshop.

    Planing

















    Ok, here we will produce the cooler. @ first, i will mill the top of copper.
    - 3mm tool, 2 flutes, VHM
    - Engravingtool VHM
    - Threadmillingcutter G3/8" VHM, plated
    - 5mm tool, 2 flutes, VHM
    - 6mm 90? tool, 4 flutes, VHM, plated


    The Material


    The cnc programm to cut the backside of the top.


    Preperation.


    Backside in progress...


    Done


    Preperation?


    Backside of the top in progress...


    almost finished


    Finished




    Now we made a holder for Intel Sockel 2011/1155/1366/775
    We need the following tools.
    - 2mm tool 2 flutes, VHM
    - 3mm tool 2 flutes, VHM
    - 5mm tool 2 flutes, VHM
    - 8mm 90?, 4flutes, VHM

    Tools and material. 6mm copper.


    The preparation...


    @ work


    The final backside.:


    Preparation?:


    almost finished


    Finished:



    Yetplates:
    I take the following tools:
    - 1.5mm tool VHM, 2 flutes
    - 0.5mm tool VHM, 2 flutes
    - 1mm Bohrer VHM
    - 0.8mm driller VHM
    - 0.7mm driller VHM
    - 0.5mm driller VHM






    Tools to mill the copper base plates:

    2mm tool, VHM, 2 flutes
    3mm tool, VHM, 2 flutes
    6mm 90? tool, VHM, plated, 4 flutes

    Made of electrolyt copper. 290x150x4mm



    Calibration:


    Here we see the 3 copper base plates, ready to cut.


    The cutting tool. 25x0,2x8 VHM


    here we go...


    in progress...


    broken dreams V1.0



    Another try:






    Just stress testing!







    Impressions:























    And who has made it this far is a flow simulation should look.
    dkm2012 - YouTube


    Best regards Marc

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    No pics.
    All stock for now, no need for more, but it's gonna be soon methinks.
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    Sure? I see all pix O.o

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conumdrum View Post
    No pics.
    X2 no pics

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    They seem to be very very slow at loading, I saw them earlier but they took a long time.

    All the links look ok, I just think the host is very slow, I think anyway.

    Well now they are not working
    Last edited by Buckeye; 03-03-2013 at 02:01 PM.

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    Beautiful...

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    that waterblock is a joy to an eye

    I like large posteriors and I cannot prevaricate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stealth42o View Post
    X2 no pics
    x3...
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    I think al_bundy is hosting them from a shoe store he works at.
    All stock for now, no need for more, but it's gonna be soon methinks.
    Giga Xtreme 58 mobo i7 965 ES D0 step Corsair 1600 6 gig
    SLI GTX470 EVGA
    EK HF nickle blue top CPU block (free from Eddie)
    Koolance 470 waterblocks
    One big loop, two 120x3 rads. Pa 120.3 and XSPC RX 120x3. Swiftech 35x pump with V2 restop. GT AP15 fans.
    Banchetto Tech Station
    120 GB SSD, and a few other drives.
    1000W UltraX3 PSU, 900 watt (1500VA UPS
    23.999" Acer GD235hz and 24" Acer H243H

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conumdrum View Post
    I think al_bundy is hosting them from a shoe store he works at.
    LOL !!!

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    Where can i host the pix? Here in germany, the looks good O.o
    Why any users can see, and why not?

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    Awesome post dude, watching it step by step is wowing

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    avesome!!!

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    Pics won't load again.
    I've been waiting on them for 15 minutes... =(

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    Quote Originally Posted by al_bundy View Post
    Where can i host the pix? Here in germany, the looks good O.o
    Why any users can see, and why not?
    I think the US members are having issues seeing them.
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    wow thats stunning work there man, well done

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    Yep, I'm US and they have never showed up.

    Try Photobucket?
    All stock for now, no need for more, but it's gonna be soon methinks.
    Giga Xtreme 58 mobo i7 965 ES D0 step Corsair 1600 6 gig
    SLI GTX470 EVGA
    EK HF nickle blue top CPU block (free from Eddie)
    Koolance 470 waterblocks
    One big loop, two 120x3 rads. Pa 120.3 and XSPC RX 120x3. Swiftech 35x pump with V2 restop. GT AP15 fans.
    Banchetto Tech Station
    120 GB SSD, and a few other drives.
    1000W UltraX3 PSU, 900 watt (1500VA UPS
    23.999" Acer GD235hz and 24" Acer H243H

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    same here... no pics




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    yeah no pics here either. Imgur is good too, no bandwidth limits, although you are limited to ~220 pics I think on the free account

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    plz rehost the pics somewhere else. I want to see this thing

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    If you want to see the pics from USA, go to an anonymous proxy, like here, ? pic site is censored site by US:
    http://4.hidemyass.com/browse.php?u=...=norefer&idx=1

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    Thanks rge - I rehosted the images on my imgur so US people can see without having to go through the slow proxy - not all of them made it though:




















































































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    Very impressive. Which one is yours in the benchmark list ?

    24/7 running quiet and nice

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    Very nice, and the possibility of dual outlets is very good too.

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    Looks great, I wish you could send me one so I could play or better send me cnc machine and then I'll send you one block

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