Study Door

Study Door

Another pic of the masterpiece.. LOL

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Pretty cool Vince

Fri, 2009-11-13 21:21

Was that all your own handywork mate.

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It's just a Door LOL

Fri, 2009-11-13 21:30

Yes. That's what I do. I manage end of life solutions for this sort of stuff. The door is the front of a very expensive piece of equipment. This is the sort of stuff that processes your transactions online. Not too many people get to see what really drives the online system. A couple of screws and some velcro and up she goes.

It fits perfectly here and with a few subtle mods my wife is quite happy about the aesthetics. LOL. And.. there is no fishy smell.

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Tall blond

Fri, 2009-11-13 21:39

you should have got a tall blond woman to stand next to it  in a bikini,instead of the short old bugger with a hat..see you up there soon cheers stu.

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Shuddup you!

Fri, 2009-11-13 22:23

Stringie piece of whatever.. LOL

Yes; we must meet up again.

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a door with a diference ,

Fri, 2009-11-13 21:59

a door with a diference , thats one way to re use old bits and pieces

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Nice One

Sat, 2009-11-14 07:59

Nice e-Server.. looks like a System-P door :-)) mmm is that a 595.. cannot tell from the pc. Mate I am also in the High End System space

 

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Yes; a P-Series eServer

Sat, 2009-11-14 08:12

I am not exactly sure what model the machine was. It's certainly a high-end P-series. Documentation refers to 7300 range. The whole unit weighed just over 900 kilos intact. Pulling them apart gives me a very interesting insight into how these things are designed and what goes into them. My next target trophy is a Z series... We all dream on....

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nice

Sat, 2009-11-14 12:16

nice mate, z-series mmmm :-)

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