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3D Printers Create Skylake Delid tool

3D Printers Create Skylake Delid tool - a safe and cheap method?

der8auer Skylake Delid-Die-Mate Now at OCUK

3D Printers Create Skylake Delid tool

 

When we reported on the der8auer Skylake Delid-Die-Mate becoming available for sale in the UK and Europe we were immediately told by a large section of our audience that the tool was prohibitively expensive and that surly a cheaper and equally safe method was available for deliding out Skylake and other older Intel CPUs. 

Being a new product we did not expect any cheaper variants to be available, but through he power of 3D printing a cheaper, but still effective solution is available, allowing those with access to a 3d printer the ability to delid their CPUs in a "safe" way, well at least safe than the traditional razor blade and vice methods. 

Below is the method for using this 3D printed Deliding tool:

* print both parts, 
* put some sort of rubber or foam on the inner bottom of the base.
* put the CPU into the CPU-holder with the long PCB part looking over the end of the tray. 
* then put it in your vice and close it carefully.

 

3D Printers Create Skylake Delid tool  3D Printers Create Skylake Delid tool  

 

The one downside of this new method of deliding your CPU is that you are required to own a 3D printer or have access to one, which is something that isn't exactly common yet, though it is nonetheless a useful application of 3D printing, as variants for any unsoddered Intel CPUs could be made very easily and in a short period of time. 

 

You can join the discussion on this 3D printed Delid tool on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

16-05-2016, 10:18:11

MortarArt
Or you could just buy the printed version from someone already set up to make stuff in ABS.Quote

17-05-2016, 03:43:15

Kushiro
Neat little thing ehQuote

17-05-2016, 12:17:07

SuB
wow, that goes with a bang..Quote
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