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Old 11-07-2019, 06:59 AM
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In all honesty I think it may be a blessing in disguise, as it will force me to take things slow, and not add a lot all at once. It would give me 6 months or so after putting things in to leave it be, monitor and see how things go before I can add more.Of course that is just in my head, and when push comes to shove it may all go down the drain and I run QT tanks 365 days a year
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Old 11-07-2019, 12:16 PM
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In all honesty I think it may be a blessing in disguise, as it will force me to take things slow, and not add a lot all at once. It would give me 6 months or so after putting things in to leave it be, monitor and see how things go before I can add more.Of course that is just in my head, and when push comes to shove it may all go down the drain and I run QT tanks 365 days a year

If you can be that patient then you have one up from me. I'm not as patient haha. Where there is a will there is a way I say.
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Old 11-08-2019, 03:05 AM
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Wow truly amazing on the sanding and polishing bit. Good work.

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Old 11-17-2019, 07:28 AM
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I started working on light mount for the Noopsyche K7 Pro IIs that I will be using. I bought aluminum square tubing for this build. I cut tubing at 45 degree angles and used flat corner braces to connect it all together.






Unfortunately few cuts werent perfect, so there is a gap between the 2 pieces when I connected them. I wanted to make sure that my angles were a perfect 90 degrees.




Not a huge deal as I will use aluminum rods and braze it to fill in the gaps. Once it is primed and painted it shouldnt be visible. I also put 5 pieces of flat aluminum across. This will be used as light mounts.



Finished mount, for now




I actually plan on making this whole thing have adjustable height. I have a plan in my head, so we'll see if it works out. Should be pretty simple to do, so will update once I have more in next few days.
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Pretty cool frame, nice work on the polishing. can't wait to see it up and running.
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