On last week’s episode, we had finally found a way to glue and screw a frame together from the fans and perspex windows.
Having built the window it’s time to cut a hole. You start with a template.
And then you drill a small hole. But find the drill’s battery is flat so you can’t use it. So you waste an hour waiting for the battery to charge and then drill a hole.
People don’t buy jigsaws, they buy 70cm square holes.
I wonder if I will ever need a jigsaw again. Still. New quest item in the inventory.
Don’t worry, I only came within millimeters of jigsawing through a mains cable to death once.
Well sort of
And the fans and the lights work! They are pretty.
Here’s a close-up of the server added back in
Don’t forget the piano
I don’t think the glue/cement I got is going to be up to the job of sealing the frame into the hole. It’s not in danger of falling out right now but it might as the spring stretches the wood or whatever makes these things creak.
I guess some kind of window-putty is probably a thing. I can embed more LED strips in it to frame the window.
I have confirmed that a lower voltage will make the fans spin slower and less noisily so a variable-voltage power supply is in the list.
Doubt I’d get around to wiring the fans into individual switches.