Selling Custom 3D Printed low profile EKWB terminal

**** ON HOLD AS MY LAST ONE IS LEAKING AND I WANT TO MAKE SURE THEY DON'T BEFORE I SELL MORE ****


This block has official EKWB dimensions, I'm selling them for:

  • $25 USD / each per color
  • $40 USD / 2-pack same color
  • $45 USD / 2-pack different color

These are printed in ABS and can be Black, Grey/Silver, White, Orange, Yellow, Purple, Magenta, Clear*, Blue or Tan/Gold.

*Clear ABS will stain and keep color apparent if you change colors.

They come tapped in G1/4 and inclue three shorter hex pan head M4 screws. Surfaces are sanded with 120, then 240 sand paper then rough polished on cloth. They are 10mm thick + screw head, If the user wants, there's enough room for using a drill bit to create a countersinked recess for countersunk screws, but you're on your own for that.

If you need a custom model for SLI/CrossFire, send me a PM.

 
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chanberg

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definitely cool, but i wonder if there is any malformations or leaks after extended loads of hot fluid.
 

Duality92

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Apr 12, 2018
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a water loop should never have any hot fluids. Your delta T for loop temps should be like 10C above ambient for any PC watercooling coolant to keep doing it's job.

I discussed this with Mayhems before hand (sort of a friend of mine) and ABS is fine for a PC watercooling loop, appart from staining as it is a porous plastic. Hence, why I don't offer clear without a warning.
 

Biowarejak

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Mar 6, 2017
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I've made water cooling parts with an FDM printer before. I'd leak test these if you haven't already, because my own designs needed to be sealed.
 

VegetableStu

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how long would ABS hold with water? o_o I hear filament hydration is a problem, so I'm not sure if this translates to already printed plastics ._.