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Project S.C.A.R.

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Martine, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. Martine

    Martine New Member

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    Hi guys, it is finaly summer and now I can rebuild my case. I have a spare cupboard (yeah I smashed it)...why not make it out of wood and thus I created project:
    Spire
    Case
    Awesome
    Rebuild

    I think someone said 'make it out of 1/4 inch wood.' I will build it out of 2cm=0,8inch wood (you know, spare cupboard). It is going to be heavy metal..wood case. Get it :D high five... no one.. OK. I will just begin with the project:

    First I made a 3D model in Google SketchUp
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    I think it looks good. On the top will be a plexi window.
    The base plate is cut
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    More updates will follow, probably one every 2 days.
     
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    New update
    Now the hole for power suply is ready, I just hope there is enough space for proper airflow
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    The mid part of my case, here will be the motherboard
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    How difficult is to find a small piece of wood to hold my plans?:wtf:
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    This is how I make a straight cut:)
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    Remember always wear proper safety equipment, like earplugs..
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    nice concept
    and it would be interesting
    subbd :toast:
     
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    Update!
    Things are going smothly so far. I had to cut an airvent for power supply
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    Remember when I said to always wear proper safety equipment? Well after this much cuting already got something in my eye :shadedshu
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    The finished result, it is not strait but I'll fix it
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    Testing that everything fits
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