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    Perry, I did a total of 4 sets of coppers, 2 for the 400's and 2 for a 700. Blaze ES's 400 has a set, Stephen's 400 and Ed has the two 700 sets...
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    Screw it
    Dang it, I need a set....
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    Hey Perry, what size C channel (OD width and ID width) did you use for this? Is the ID crowding the transistor vs the stock heat sink? I have a thought on a 1 piece aluminum heat sink but the only extrusion I can find has a 2" OD at the base, plenty of room for the transistors but might hinder some of the backplane mounting hardware.
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    The consensus is: No worky worky...... The junction from the channel and the fins won't transfer the heat. The project is being abandoned.
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    ---there is no replacement for displacement
    So a 1 piece fin is needed, correct?

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    That is it...
    taking something that's already good, and making it better...........and for the knowing smiles that cross their faces.......Nando-2011...

    "Silence cannot be Misquoted"--Lazarus Short-2012 "

    " I Just Collect Smiles Craig......Cheap Smiles!-----Fishoz-2017

    "anything can be done, it's finding the easiest way that's hard"-----Bobbysdad--2014

    " Synth percussion is deadly to children, house pets and shitty power supplies"---Stephen Evans 2014

    " You have not reached the point of diminishing returns, you've just ran out of money

    " The Pioneer U-24, unfortunately, is just too expensive and rare to find. That's why I have one."--Nando-2014

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    Damn, if you had a metal break you could just bend your own aluminum/copper flat stock. Or maybe fab a hydraulic setup
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    I have measured and 2"x 6" X 1/16" rectangular aluminum tubing should work. Just cut off one end at stock length or leave them long at full 6". I am going to build a set. The high heat sensors will have to be mounted prior to assembly with counter sink screws from the back side. I am using six of these in my monster mono build in 1/4" wall. Say tuned. It's a little down (3or4) on my list. Need a full comp 400 first. Then finish referb of my original 700 series one then after that. In the mean time I am ordering the heat sink stock

    edit: will need to use 4-40 screws for the counter sink holes as it will not work with 6-32 in the 1/16" stock chassi . 6-32 screws should be ok in Joe's new chassis as i think it is .188 wall
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    I love threads like this, it's amazing the ingenuity this board has to make things work better
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    Quote Originally Posted by grapplesaw View Post
    I have measured and 2"x 6" X 1/16" rectangular aluminum tubing should work. Just cut off one end at stock length or leave them long at full 6". I am going to build a set. The high heat sensors will have to be mounted prior to assembly with counter sink screws from the back side. I am using six of these in my monster mono build in 1/4" wall. Say tuned. It's a little down (3or4) on my list. Need a full comp 400 first. Then finish referb of my original 700 series one then after that. In the mean time I am ordering the heat sink stock

    edit: will need to use 4-40 screws for the counter sink holes as it will not work with 6-32 in the 1/16" stock chassi . 6-32 screws should be ok in Joe's new chassis as i think it is .188 wall
    How are you going to layout and drill the output holes Glen??
    taking something that's already good, and making it better...........and for the knowing smiles that cross their faces.......Nando-2011...

    "Silence cannot be Misquoted"--Lazarus Short-2012 "

    " I Just Collect Smiles Craig......Cheap Smiles!-----Fishoz-2017

    "anything can be done, it's finding the easiest way that's hard"-----Bobbysdad--2014

    " Synth percussion is deadly to children, house pets and shitty power supplies"---Stephen Evans 2014

    " You have not reached the point of diminishing returns, you've just ran out of money

    " The Pioneer U-24, unfortunately, is just too expensive and rare to find. That's why I have one."--Nando-2014

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