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Rumours Abound on the web of a Big Deal between Nvidia and Sony.

It has been said that the deal is bigger than the PS3 deal by a significant amount.

Is this PS4?? Maybe a bit too early. But I would think its very possible that PSP2 is under development.

Perhaps even both.....

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27-03-2006, 17:47:33

Tec
Have you tried normal tube cutters like below and they are very cheap.
[IMG]http://www.dialmfg.com/Tubing/43353672.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://www.dialmfg.com/Tubing/434972.jpg[/IMG]

27-03-2006, 17:49:43

NoL
Tec read the full thread. I have a tube cutter, this is for a copper slab, not a tube.

27-03-2006, 17:56:20

FragTek
Plasma cutter would work wonders, problem is finding one... Take ur stuff around to local shops and see if they'd cut it for ya for cheap cheap.

28-03-2006, 05:37:15

PV5150
I doubt whether this would be a viable solution, but you never know
http://www.emachineshop.com. Other avenues you may be able to try Nol; would be using a bandsaw or other mechanical saw fitted with a bimetallic blade suited to the cutting of copper alloys, or industrial engineering firms dealing with alloys use a number of tools to do it:
Shearing
Electrical discharge machining (EDM)
Laser cuttingWater jet cutting
Plasma cutting
Slitting
Guillotining
Abrasive disc cutting

28-03-2006, 07:49:38

NoL
Okay 2 hours inthe basement last night to cut the first slab. Whew. And now I cant braze it. I also decided these caps are way to big and I'll get some smaller ones.

29-03-2006, 08:23:46

FragTek
PV, nice find dude... I'm going to have to look in to that for some ideas of mine, w00t w00t! :wavey:

29-03-2006, 09:01:08

PV5150
:D Glad you found some use for the link Fraggles, they seem to have a very comprehensive setup. I hope it goes well for you mate:)

29-03-2006, 12:06:33

Phnom_Penh
Diamond bladed angle grinder tbh, do the job fine, you'll just need some good eye protection and a good pair of gauntlets. Or alternatively, a cutting torch or as Frag says, an Arc (plasma) cutter.

30-03-2006, 23:00:43

RollerCam540
I had a diamond blade on a sawzall trying to cut through .120 DOM tubing. took me an hour or so and i broke about 4 blades and totally wore about 3 of them.

RollerCam540

P.S.

SPARKS!

31-03-2006, 07:38:09

Phnom_Penh
lol, nah you want an angle grinder, not a sawzall.

PS

Hence the eye protection and gauntlets ;).
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