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  • Hyundai SantaFe + 8.4TS + CarPuter (HandMade)

    Hi there!

    We have the same forum in Russia, but I guess, maybe, it will be interesting for you to see my installation.
    Here is some photos. More pics you can see here:
    http://forum.mp3car.ru/showthread.php?t=566
    Attached Files
    That man does not make any mistakes, who does nothing...
    Istallation~90%

    Sorry for my poor English here :)

  • #2
    that is slick install and i really like the puter case.

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    • #3
      very nice...and clean
      '92 Nissan NX rusty but trusty w/handmedown ATX tower in trunk...Unimpressive but highly functional
      - Duron 950
      - 512MB RAM
      - 80GB
      - Centrafuse
      - 802.11g w/external antenna
      - 8" Provision touchscreen

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      • #4
        Really nice! Good job!
        Renault Megane...the OEM look

        The Lost in Europe Ford Escort

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        • #5
          Well, let me show here a little more photos about how I was built my monitor dashboard.

          At first, I want to show you my fist monitor installation.
          I am always use the rule - all parts of all devices cannot be damaged by me, so that I can assemle all of them back.
          Concearning dashboard - I 've buy the new one and rebuilt it, so my original is not damaged
          Attached Files
          That man does not make any mistakes, who does nothing...
          Istallation~90%

          Sorry for my poor English here :)

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          • #6
            How I built my monitor dashboard -
            Attached Files
            That man does not make any mistakes, who does nothing...
            Istallation~90%

            Sorry for my poor English here :)

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            • #7
              and other 5 pics....

              I am use seaing foam to fix the dashboard during my operation. It was a good idea, because when I cut the center, it was very easy to crack the dash sides.
              I am use the polyester filler with fiberglass to built the sides.
              Attached Files
              That man does not make any mistakes, who does nothing...
              Istallation~90%

              Sorry for my poor English here :)

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              • #8
                And when I use my CarPC during driving, I am understand, that it will be better to have touchpad as an additional to touchscreen. So, it was the reason to make my touchpad I am use the old keyboard and some old things )
                Attached Files
                That man does not make any mistakes, who does nothing...
                Istallation~90%

                Sorry for my poor English here :)

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                • #9
                  отличная установка товарищ,

                  оссобенно оригинальная мыш, и вообшее всё круто
                  сделано

                  Поздравляю,

                  Женя
                  R. T. F. M

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                  • #10
                    that case is kick ***! where did you find it?
                    2003 Ford F-250 7.3L Diesel Crew Cab

                    Pictures of my truck, hobbies, and more HERE

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                    • #11
                      i bet he made it himself, also i work in shipping part time, and one of my customers have shipped one of those hp slim pc's

                      that thing was small, i never got a chance to look at it though

                      here is the manufactirer's link, the sad thuth that the processor is below 2 GHz
                      http://www.shopping.hp.com/webapp/sh...true&tab=specs

                      uses only 108 watts,
                      HP Pavilion Slimline s-series chassis
                      System dimensions: 9.75" H x 4.375" W x 13.125" D
                      R. T. F. M

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                      • #12
                        Absolutely gorgeous touch-screen / dash fabrication!!! I can only pray for skills like that! (I'm not kiddin!)
                        - sh00k
                        Duct tape and a Bandana for the win, b!shes!!!

                        My Setup:http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=73500

                        Cost so far: Less than a grand ;]



                        _________________
                        Economy/Commuter cars + Computers = many entertained miles

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                        • #13
                          Case was made using good factory tools, there only one such case in the world My friend, who work at this factory, made it first stage, and I am finished it.
                          That man does not make any mistakes, who does nothing...
                          Istallation~90%

                          Sorry for my poor English here :)

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                          • #14
                            You have a very good and Nice Install
                            Plan for project = 100%
                            Part the project. = 100%
                            Built...................= 99%
                            Finish.................= 99%
                            Install ...............= 99% -50%
                            Ditail at 4u2n.dk
                            Here

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Sem_
                              Case was made using good factory tools, there only one such case in the world My friend, who work at this factory, made it first stage, and I am finished it.
                              well you did a great job

                              im getting one made by veritas forge here on the site so i know it will turn out good, but i like the way you have your layout. mine will be all one layer but it will be very thin.

                              Again, great job!
                              2003 Ford F-250 7.3L Diesel Crew Cab

                              Pictures of my truck, hobbies, and more HERE

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