Modder's Mesh. Make fan guards, grills, cooling vents, window overlays.
Improves airflow and looks great.
Honeycomb / Hex Modder's Mesh is available in 12" x 12" for $19.99 or 12" x 24" for $29.99
(79% airflow) is 22 gauge perforated plain steel. 1/4" hexagon holes with 9/32" staggered centers and can be used for creating PC Intake Grills, Fan Grills or radiator grills.
Use Mnpctech Honeycomb Modders Mesh for your Custom DIY Projects like the Cooler Master Case Mod above.
"Hexadragon PC" by Richard "Pug" Pugh with custom Honeycomb Modder's Mesh Grill.
thegyufi's Hackintosh Apple Cube Mod here, http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=265702
Modder's Mesh Frequently Asked Questions
*Always wear protective gloves when handling Modder's Mesh.
How did Mnpctech discover "Modder's Mesh?"
We experimented with different perforated steels until I found the right combination of strength and pliability for our custom case mods.
Who came up with the name "Modder's Mesh" and where can I buy it?
I gave it the name in 2001. It just made sense and it had a nice ring to it
I need a sheet larger than 1 sq ft, can you do custom sizes?
We only stock 1' x 1' or 1' x 2' pre-cut sheets.
Why does my Modder's Mesh sheet have oil on it?
Modder mesh is bare steel. The oil is applied to prevent oxidation (rust) during storage. Store your mesh in an environment without any moisture in the air.
My Modder's Mesh was bent by UPS. Can I fix it or get it replaced?
It's very pliable so first try pounding it out with Rubber mallet against a flat surface. You can also wrap a rag around a Hammer. If this doesn't work, contact me for a replacement.
How do I paint Modder's mesh?
Clean the surface with a Lacquer thinner, sand with 200 grit sandpaper and apply a "self etching" primer before painting. If you don't use this type of adhesion promoter, your paint will peel off! You can buy "self etching " at any Auto parts Store that carries an extensive line of Auto body supplies.
Is it OK to leave my Modder's mesh exposed as is, and not painting or clear coating it?
Yes, but you will need to periodically apply a silicone lubricant to keep the surface from oxidizing. When to apply depends on the type of climate you live in. Check the surface every 30 days for any sign of oxidizing. You can also prevent oxidation by spraying the surface with Lacquer Clear coat, but only after cleaning surface with laquer thinner. You can find these products at Hardware Stores and Home Depot. Always wear a ventilator mask when using thinners or applying clear coat paints.