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    Mod in a force cable

    One more simple mod that I did in a force cable...

    Only I needed of a hose of electric faucet, I cut the cable, passed the cable inside of the hose, I welded and I separated the cable.

    Below the result:



    Hugs from Brazil!
    Darth

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    Mod in a force cable

    I like that, that could be used in just about any mod. Great idea and thanks for showing it to us. Happy Modding to ya.

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    ugh is that thing grounded?
    if not.. heh, I'll just keep the safe distance :P

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    If I'm not mistaken, it's just a cover over the grounded cable. It is a standard power cable for multi-platforms such as power supplies, monitors, some printers and so forth. Happy Modding to ya.

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    yea but it's from metal, right?
    looks like something from a shower or something.. :P

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    As long as it's not touching any power source it will be just fine. Being plugged into a power supply wouldn't be a worry to me as long as he made sure that there are no sharp edges that could cut into the power cord itself. That would be a problem, otherwise it would be as safe as if it wasn't on there. If he has installed it with no sharp edges then it is a more safer cord by means of being armor to protect from heavy objects and the likes of. Happy Modding to ya.

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    Mod in a force cable

    Sharp edges can give an umm.. -.- killing sensation? XD

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    Mod in a force cable

    I like that, that could be used in just about any mod. Great idea and thanks for showing it to us. Happy Modding to ya.
    ugh is that thing grounded? if not.. heh, I'll just keep the safe distance :P
    If I'm not mistaken, it's just a cover over the grounded cable. It is a standard power cable for multi-platforms such as power supplies, monitors, some printers and so forth. Happy Modding to ya.yea but it's from metal, right? looks like something from a shower or something.. :P
    As long as it's not touching any power source it will be just fine. Being plugged into a power supply wouldn't be a worry to me as long as he made sure that there are no sharp edges that could cut into the power cord itself. That would be a problem, otherwise it would be as safe as if it wasn't on there. If he has installed it with no sharp edges then it is a more safer cord by means of being armor to protect from heavy objects and the likes of. Happy Modding to ya.
    Sharp edges can give an umm.. -.- killing sensation? XD
    Thanks by the comments, and as told in other topics, this is a MOD safe. I have children at home and would not do any work that could put their safety in risk. I cut, the threads, however after pass the threads inside of the tube, they were welded and isolated, there is not any shock risk!

    Hugs,
    Darth

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    Mod in a force cable

    That is cool mate, mind if I use it for my new case?

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    Mod in a force cable

    Me too? I may use conduit instead, though, as it is cheaper.

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