SoF Posted November 21, 2015 Share Posted November 21, 2015 (edited) Hey guys, to all hardcore-oc'ers these days - buy the true HQ der8auer delid mate here for just 90â‚¬ I already said the new idea of removing heatspreaders from Roman is pretty clever and cool but if you are broke down or save money or just got a new 3D printer , or just wanna delid cheaper CPUs, or simply have the possibility for printing 3D...give it a try for a few bucks. No more bunnyextractionstorm...some of you guys seriously need to calm down This is only proof of concept, just to show it is possible to make a HS remover with a printer. Everything can be build within Autocad 123D Design which is a free software - it takes a bit to get used to it, but it does pretty good for a free modeling software. The STL file for the bottom is pretty much ready - as well as the top. Took around 4 hours getting into the software and 8 hours building. If you have experience and probably have a software you are already used to might be possible in 2-3 hours or less. Due to the fact there is not much to build around the original CPU dimensions it looks pretty close to the tool from der8auer and I do not want to share files due to people mixing it up with product copying Printing time on MakerBot 5th Gen / Rep2 / SSYS Mojo is between 2-3 hours per part depending on filling and details. Keep in mind: MakerBot (usually) is printing PLA which might skew after some time SSYS Mojo / uPrint ABS is stable but has a layer resolution > 0.2mm < 0.28mm - you have to optimized the file - once done it's very reproducable. Downloads (not available for the moment, let everything calm down) 22/11/2015 - first beta-version which now needs to be optimized I think Pretty sure it won't come out perfect on the first try but the basis should be there to make it working. Also I think it will be more effective when you use some kind of metal shield instead or in front of the "bolder block" - must be tested. 23/11/2015 - some small adjustments - objects splitted into 2 files - not floating above the ground anymore - optimized for non-support printing (need to drill away the 1 mm layer in between the 6 mounting holes after print but no big deal) Measurements taken from: http://www.intel.ie/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/guides/2nd-gen-core-lga1155-socket-guide.pdf (mostly page 128) 23/11/2015 16:00 - it's on der8auer to let the files be free or not - he owns the basic design and can decide... 25/11/2015 - yay...a different version which follows the vice-method but with modular PCB-holder more nfo Edited November 25, 2015 by SoF 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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