many moons ago I made an all copper water block for my 8800 ultra, this was when the ultra was old and could be picked up for £70 or so not £500+ new.
it failed fantastically. i was only 16 or so.
but now I've come back to making a water block and I think I've done excellent!
just needs to be tested now!
the patter was made using a .2mm 45 engraving bit.
and John, how did your water block come out?
Hi nice water block,
i am total new to CNC i am looking to do somthing similar i.e. make custom water block and such.
Could you point a complete newbie in the right direction?
Did you make your own machine and where does one start?
looks like a cool water block excellent job.
look forward to your reply
Nice work JCB and like MOCNC something I have in mind to do on my machine, although I'm going to potentially have a go on an Asus 780Ti (gulp)......
You can find Washout's build log here. Made a nice job of it and it works well from the videos posted:
Other DIY CNC build logs are here:
Some recent standout examples are:
Any of the above will fly through aluminium to make PC cooling blocks etc. without problems. Find something close to your liking and ask away . . .
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