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This week's 360 Woodworking audio blog is discussion with Craig Thibodeau Some awesome stuff. Interview is here https://360woodworking.com/craig-thibodeau-true-woodworking-professional-360w360-e-231/ Craig's web site with portfolio here. : http://ctfinefurniture.com/
I'm finally getting around to rebuilding my computer. This will not be a new build, as most of my parts are at least six years old. I'm simply going the "Steampunk" route with this rebuild. The computer will be built into this Art Deco desk made by the W. D. Allison Co. which made furniture for Doctors/Dentists offices. The W.D. Allison Co was located in Indianapolis Indiana. I'll be using a total of three Dell monitors. Two Model 1907FP's and a Model SP2008WFP. All 3 monitors were freebies that I got from my neighbor. The 1907FP's will be mounted portrait style, and slide behind the desk when not in use. The SP2008WFP will be housed behind the sideways rolling roll top. I'll have to build out the back of the lower section of the desk (behind the lower doors) to fit my motherboard/tray, and RAID drive enclosure that I'll be using. My motherboard is an Asus M3N72-D with an AMD Phenom II X4 940 (3.0 Ghz Quad Core) Black Edition Processor. I'll be using Thermaltake Orb coolers for the memory, and video cards, along with an Asus Black Knight CPU cooler. All of the coolers are copper finned, to go with the copper finned coolers on the Asus motherboard. The tray is from an old tower case, I'll be painting it black.