Modlog: Cold feet? (NOW WITH PICS!)

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  1. aiKzo6

    aiKzo6 Member

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    So it was a hot day.....not to mention i was bored. My feet were sweating and they were starting to smell.


    *ding* (thats a lightbulb noise..)



    http://imagestore.ugbox.net/image/Photo-0003_21ce984cc19223e8a351e.jpg

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    http://imagestore.ugbox.net/image/Photo-0006_62f799993278090d7ab34.jpg
    This wonderful unit not only cools your feet with 2 120mm fans, but it also helps to remove 'sock lint'. Featuring 2 white ccfl tubes and a blue neon, its just the right thing to brighten up your room at night time.


    Enjoy

    aiKz
     
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  2. slamaa

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    lmao, thats an awsome idea, i want one
     
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    Isn't that grill a little too big? fan+toe=:tongue: :wired: :( :upset:
     
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    yeah shove some serious Delta fans there :D
     
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    Yeah my toes gone in there a couple of times. Doesnt really hurt. More of an adrenaline rush....trying to rip your toe out of the fans blades...

    Delta fans ey?...i dont think thats a good idea unless i get some grills :lol:
     
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    some cheap fan grills and u have a winnah!
     
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    Yeah..dont really want to go out to buy fan grills especially for this project though. All the stuff i used was found around the house. Anyhow...its doing its job..feet feel good...
     
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    Kiss goodbye to all 10 toes, they have that pretty little picture for a reason :)




    Looks cool, and when you get hungry you can cool your cake on it :weirdo:
     
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    Ahaha...i like my cake hot though. It tastes better...
     
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    come on, really - are delta fans really that dangerous?
     
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    well there is a warning on pccg, stating fingers and deltas dont mix

    btw awesome mod, i love how ppl are now trying to cool themselves, i might have to get a hold of a couple of 120mm fans now (even though i reckon even 60mm fans could do my feet:D )
     
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    The 120mm high speed Delta's easily have enough force to put the blade of the fan into your finger. At the right angle i'm pretty sure it could de-fingerprint you. Anyone (stupid) want to try it out?
     
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    Delta fans = Carrot slices

    Finger not a good idea...
     
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    There was a post on here not that long ago by someone that got a large chunk of finger removed by a Delta.

    If you're too cheap to buy a grill, at least find something grill-like to put on there. Or even make a cover out of an old sheet or something.
     
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    Stupidest idea and waste of time ever...
     
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    Don't be so negative, this thing is awesome!

    A little bit of imagination goes a long way.

    Top stuff mate!
     
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    That's gold :lol: . Now why can't someone make a keyboard with fans in them !!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Sorry it didnt push your buttons mate, but to be honest...it didnt take long so it didnt waste too much of my time.

    Cheers buddy :)

    Yeah i was actually thinking about doing that. It would be great to dry your fingers when they get sweating during a hot day.

    Maybe someone else on the forums will do it someday...
     
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    I'll have a shot, i just got my keyboard working after taking a look around inside. Its not like I have a shortage of fans....(around 10 80mm)
     
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    Sweet..Post pics while you do it :p

    How you planning to get the air through the keys with the silicon wiring circuit sheet thing in the way?
     

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