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Topic # 112453 9-Dec-2012 16:50
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Budget: $2500.00

I have a client who has given me not enough room and not enough ventilation to install a standard case/rack for the equipment going in his house.

I need someone to build me a custom cage to fit inside a 630mm (w) X 630mm (d) X 850mm (h) space inside a glorified cupboard in an apartment. We can cut a large hole for extraction into a very large space above the ceiling. I have drawn up a plan/design for it but I need someone to build it for me.

This is a very urgent request. Any enquiries contact me on 0220235611

Ideally done before Christmas.

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Reply # 730234 11-Dec-2012 10:12
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Job filled. 

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  Reply # 730508 11-Dec-2012 14:55
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Out of interest who did you get to do it?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 730670 11-Dec-2012 17:26
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It's a bit on the QT TBH - somebody at a major pc builder in NZ is taking some time off and building it for me independently.

We're actually building the structure directly into the cupboard area and installing 20 fans on two NZXT Sentry 2 controllers (2 fans wired together per channel) which I am buying for the client separate from the budget.

Framing built out of stainless steel. Reason is b/c we don't have time to paint it and anyway it's stronger. Will be installed and working by this Saturday.



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  Reply # 730680 11-Dec-2012 17:40
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Ragnor: Out of interest who did you get to do it?


It also was not a result of me posting here but from some old fashioned speed dialing techniques.

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