How to install anti-vibration plastic rivets for just about any type of enthusiast? Today I installed my new case enthusiasts using anti-vibration rubber rivets. At the same time I took some pictures to help describe how to take action for others as it is not as easy as you would think! However you can use this guide for any type of fan (90mm, 120mm, 140mm, 200mm, or 230mm) and any computer case. NOTE: All pictures can be “zoomed in” by clicking on them 😀 (right clicking and selecting “View Image” will allow or much larger image).
Step 1 – Select what your location is going to set up your fan! I’m going to be installing my followers into the entrance to replace the default Corsair 750D enthusiasts. These Bitfenix supporters have increased ventilation than the ones that come with the situation. So my next fan will be fitted just below the first fan I installed. Step 2 2 – the silicone rivets into the case screw openings first Install! First you’ll need to place the rubber rivets in the screw holes. IMPORTANT: Make sure you check which screw holes line up with the fan holes.
You want to place the rubber rivets into the correct holes first time round! You need to be very companies (i.e. use some pressure) to get the rivet to supply through fully. Step 3 3 – Install the washer into place! The rubber rivet is installed into the case screw hole Once, you can place the washer on.
Make certain to drive down on the washer so it pushes at night rivet’s “head” piece. Step 4 4 – Install the rest of the rubber rivets into the case screw openings! Again double check where your rubber rivets need to be so that they are aligned with the fan screw holes. Unless you, you’ll find yourself in the right mess uninstalling the silicone rivets to be able to put them into the correct screw openings. Step 5 – Align the enthusiast into place and nourish the rivets through!
Align the relevant lover screw openings up with underneath or top rivets first (it’s easier to do underneath in this scenario). Now would also be considered a good time for you to nourish through any wires into places where these are needed by you. Align and feed through the rest of the rubber rivets. Step 6 – Finish the set up by securing the lover into position! Read before doing this task as it is tricky and complicated!
In order to secure the lover in place, you will need to pinch the end of the plastic rivet with one hands. I would recommend placing your other hand together with the fan. With the tactile hands that is pinching the silicone rivet; pull (with some force) whilst at the same time pushing down on the fan with your other hand. Make an effort to be careful as I did so break one of my rubber-rivet minds by pulling too hard! You will feel the plastic rivet clip into place. NOTE: In the picture you cannot see my other hand’s thumb, which is keeping the rubber rivets inside the case.
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I do this so that the rubber rivet mind didn’t get weeded through the situation screw hole. Once you are feeling the rubber rivet clip into place, you should find that the lover part has been secured. Step 7 – Secure the remaining corners of the fan using the same technique as mentioned in step 6 above! Also check the plastic rivet minds are properly secure! Installation finished. Look carefully in the below picture at how the rubber rivet minds look which means you know if yours is also secured properly.
Here’s the same printing from the very best and aspect. I finished up taking right out those halts at the trunk because they actually got in the way more than help anything. I also proved helpful for the two rear openings so that I possibly could actually screw this piece to the bottom case. This way I could just use the shorter screws I already had on hand and the same nut products on the bottom half of the situation. Since I made this right part, the included screws just didn’t work out. Not a huge deal since I have plenty of longer screws. Unfortunately I also had a need to enlarge the starting so the screws could be got by me in.
So I only used the two rear which hold it set up just fine. I did so to fix this in my cad drawing therefore the next time I need to print it, it shall be correct. Here’s my second print and it’s nice to get it perfectly on the second print. It now fits quite nice. I didn’t have to force it in. I do like that it is rather brief so there’s plenty of room for the cables in the back.
Of course things got a bit tighter with all the wires and extra data cable. I didn’t install the drive in the trunk like before and got out the extra cable expansion. I could literally hear put three drives in, but I just left the two front ones therefore I can change it and work on various things instead.