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  • Birthday 09/22/1994

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  1. AND WE ARE DONE! Here are the Photos: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1S0Y4A_nSU4tdlXBaLNdgxpe9Cg9BKxYJ?usp=sharing And a Quick Video on how it all works! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1g-5DbobDxv4wwQSGuxtgtVBNrE27r_mw/view?usp=sharing
  2. Now to wrap the cans. Turn the RAM into samples and get some final shots done!
  3. Decided since we have 2 cans that we should also do the Aloe variant!
  4. Step 5: The Lablel! I needed to recreate the old school Barbasol can label in Illustrator so it could be printed and wrapped on the can. I started by recreating the label exactly as seen on screen. I then added some extra flourishes that hint at both Thermaltake and dinosaurs.
  5. With a Solid based can that is easily removable it was time to work on the cartridge that would hold the RAM! Step 4: Build Cartridge The idea here was to hold the RAM steady so it could be easily removed and the samples (RAM sticks) could slide out to be examined
  6. Step 3: Cut and weld in an Acrylic Buck so the solid base returns!
  7. Step 2: Luck out and find PVC fittings that fit perfectly after being shortened!
  8. Hey All! Sorry im late to the party the whole team got buried with F1 We are building a Thermaltake Variant of the Barbasol can with Jurassic Park Dominion around the corner it made sense! Step one: Drain a can of shaving cream and cut off the bottom!
  9. Here is my final submission! https://www.youtube.com/embed/iBa9AA026ac NeonMaker_2020_TAGMODS.mp4
  10. I took some scrap butcher blocked Merbu i had from a different project and threw it on the CNC to out part of the thermaltake logo. I also cut a recess to inlay some silver resin because why not!
  11. Attacked it with the belt sander to tear it down and then worked up the grits to get a nice smooth top Nice and polished
  12. Further shaping of the pommel and filled the top with resin. Its a bit messy so better clean it up!
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