Spinning Xbox Jewel

Discussion in 'Original Xbox' started by Brown Wigga, Nov 8, 2008 with 14 replies and 772 views.

  1. Brown Wigga

    Brown Wigga Enthusiast

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    I made this acouple weaks back and was wondering if it has ever been made before. I personally havent seen the idea before. I will not show the making of it because it is pretty rigged.:smile:


    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Y_KcLZzCGM[/ame][ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Y_KcLZzCGM"][/ame]
     
  2. David5534

    David5534 Premium Premium

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    Lol, looks cool and must have been hard to make.
     
  3. Venomous Fire

    Venomous Fire Retired Admin 4 Life Retired

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    Fixed your video, you just have to post the URL

    And it looks sick, though you should have tried to make a degign that shows up when it spins

    And 5k posts :thumbup:
     
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  4. xbh1h2

    xbh1h2 Getting There

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  5. Bupon

    Bupon Enthusiast

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    Nice job! The video is a little dark and it can be hard to see but it looks good.
     
  6. Madman340

    Madman340 Seasoned Member

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    Looks like it makes excessive noise. :confused:cared:
     
  7. CodModzZ4u

    CodModzZ4u Seasoned Member

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  8. David5534

    David5534 Premium Premium

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    What?
     
  9. CodModzZ4u

    CodModzZ4u Seasoned Member

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    Forgot the a.

    PC fan.

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  10. David5534

    David5534 Premium Premium

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    Lol, why would he use a fan? A small motor would be fine for something like this.
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  11. CodModzZ4u

    CodModzZ4u Seasoned Member

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    Because a fan would be way easier to adapt.
     
  12. David5534

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    How? its bigger uses more power and depending on the type might make a good amount of noise.
     
  13. CodModzZ4u

    CodModzZ4u Seasoned Member

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    You can easily cut the blades down and glue the jewel on. Wire the fan into the the hard drive power and glue it on the case. Yes it's easier, and its not loud. I did this with my old xbox except I put the fan where the jewel was and didn't glue the jewel back on.
     
  14. waffle11

    waffle11 Enthusiast

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    That would be hella cool to do for my xbox, but I know I would put a soda can or something on that thing by accident and just watch the horrible events after so I probably better not even consider attempting this one...
     
  15. Dot

    Dot Premium Premium

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