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    Blk02si can you link a picture of that drive? is it a microdrive? i had a hitachi microdrive that looked like a Cf card but was a Hd that fit in the Cf slot it work great for about 2 years where it then started to get slower and slower i think the motor was getting old, they seem to have the same life as a average cf card does

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    I've seen a few pictures of the router and table you use, but I couldn't find any details on it. What is it? What software do you use?

    It's one of the things I'd like to have in my dream shop . . . but I don't think that'll happen for quite a while. Meanwhile, you're the resource for CNC cutting.
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    I actually don't work at that shop anymore, and do miss it, although I still have access to its resources through a work-barter agreement. Basically I offer my services free of charge in exchange for router time, shop time and aluminum. So when they need network administration, IT services, or electrical work they call me in. When I need aluminum, router time or shop area, I call them. It actually works out quite well.

    I design mostly in AutoCAD, but the router table uses a program called artpath to generate tool paths. I import my autoCAD drawings into artpath to make the router understand where to cut and how fast, how deep, spindle speed, etc. The table itself is a Gerber Sabre 408. She's one solid machine!
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    Wow I may have just found the next itx platform for my build.

    Jetway JNC62K (GeForce 8200 on mini-ITX)

    And yes it can run a 1.8Ghz Quad core. (in theory)

    Ideally I would go with a 45w dual core though.

    Still deciding on the mobo but this has got to be the best itx board i've seen. It is pricey though @ 170ish, w/o a processor.
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    Great work blk02si, keep it up M8, you have given me sum great ideas to work with, Cheers

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    What happened to my post????!!!!! I swear MP3Car is so buggy sometimes, unless my post was deleted for some reason.

    Anyways, do you think this will work on a 2005 Ford Focus? I know most car companies will use a universal type standard for all that car companies cars. So maybe this will fit?
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    It will fit the 05 Focus, in fact it will bolt right in just like the Mustang.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blk02si View Post
    It will fit the 05 Focus, in fact it will bolt right in just like the Mustang.
    Tyhats perfect, this may be the excuse I need to do it to the Focus, but i dont usually drive it (mother hates a techno car and she mainly uses it), but it would be cool to start a second project since mine is coming to a close soon.
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    how do we go about drilling the holes in the case? do you have a layout that could be used to tap the holes before finalizing the product? i cant seem to find a layout of most motherboards to even try and drill the holes....

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    Yes, this has been something I've been concerned with doing, pre-punching the mobo standoff holes. Since all ITX seem to be the same size and hole layout making static mounts would probably make sense. Right now I just hand drill and tap the holes with a 6-32 tooling tap.
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