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How did you cut the acrylic? Awesome mod! :)

the acrylic was cut with a lasercutter:D i will update a video soon:) its booring, but shows how its done lol

Woho, nice! That foil cutter is awesome. Altho I do think its a tad bit on the expensive site if you plan to buy it for private use :D

hah yeah:p its quite on the heavy side. and thats the cheap one of them!
 

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the acrylic was cut with a lasercutter:D i will update a video soon:) its booring, but shows how its done lol

Please do!
 
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I love this case!

It cuts the foil out, like a bunny on crack!

Frickin LOL. Sigged.
 

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lol thanks man:D have an update for that pic;)

for helping me out on this project!

And so it began! i started out with about 2.5 square meters of acrylic, and now have little left.

I would like to thank my new sponsors, www.matronics.dk for sending me some AWSOME light for this project! f#ck ccfl´s. get some led strips from there :D i used them in my privious build, and the one they send me for this one takes the cake! RGB strips with wireless sound controller! Thanks! Tune in soon, and i will update the video with the light effects;) And thanks to bitspower for helping me out with some goddies that you all know whats gonna be;)

some of the parts matronic sent!





I also got the parts painted! matte black ftmfw!



i used theese black rivets to rivet it all back together



also got some wire stuff home;)



now what is all this going to be used for ? :S

THIS!



that ended out like this. See all that wire? Its starting to make sense now huh?





imagine all the little holes where there is wire in, like you see above



that they be sleeved, so that every wire will look like this



Now for the explanation.

The 7 holes that sits in a square in the upper part of the cabletray is getting these inserted into them. You can then swap psu as crazy often as you like, since you dont have wires running in a maze through thousands of holes.



Now for the fun part.

I had to solder the correct cables to each of the 24 pin connector, since they were made with different lengths. Say hello to mister happy solder station!



slowly, but certanly getting all the buggers on, and applying heatshrink on each, so that i wont have any fires in there -.-



fans will have an output port like this:



and the pump will have a slightly different one here:



some of you have seen this pic:



The thing that was in homers background is this:



And it will be mounted like this on the backplate



And how it was put on. I tapped 4 mm holes and used some black dome head 4 mm bolts i have.



The dome head bolts will also be used on the front.



And as you can see, the 24 wires is taking up quite a bit of space in the cable tray:/ dont know if i will be able to fit the 12 wires for the 6 pins, but i have to:D



The fans also got some love



And the 8 pin got sleeved. This will also be done to the 24 pin, and 6 pins.



The little buggers in front is the clips that i had to use, to get the extender. took some time to get done, but it will be worth it!



i think that was that for this update:) Next time i will have some more goodies to show you, some of them from my new sponsor, and a little something something that i got made instead of the res i have now;)

worth the wait? If not, ill update again in a week or so;)
 

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Very nice update man! very nice.
 
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Ohhhh mannnn, that last update was just amazing! Love what you are doing with the wiring bro :respect:
 
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sweet mod :rockout:

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This will be better than that produced by cooler master
congratulations
 
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:eek: Very nice.
 

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just to keep you in suspense, here is a little teaser:p

 
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p0Pe, this is beautiful work. I'm late to saying welcome to TPU, but welcome anyway. :toast: I look forward to seeing the finished product. Your ideas are innovative and the case is looking great.

cnc mods are nice. just too easy to make look good, because of the cnc. also if I want to check out your Sponsor web sites I will go there on my own,, without your influence.

And I think someone is jealous. :laugh: If only there were an opposite of 'Thank' button....
 
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amazingly beautiful man! this takes a good bit of skill, tons of knowledge, and even more patience :)

@whoever... what is a "cnc mod"?
 
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p0Pe, this is beautiful work. I'm late to saying welcome to TPU, but welcome anyway. :toast: I look forward to seeing the finished product. Your ideas are innovative and the case is looking great.



And I think someone is jealous. :laugh: If only there were an opposite of 'Thank' button....

Thanks man:D
and about the negative dude there, yeah, i really dont think much of it since, from what i can see, i´ve put more dremel hours in this mod alone than he have in any of his:rockout:

amazingly beautiful man! this takes a good bit of skill, tons of knowledge, and even more patience :)

@whoever... what is a "cnc mod"?

thanks man! yeah, i used the last 2 days working on the damn cable tray lol!... many hours to go still:pimp:
 
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p0Pe, if you don't want to go off on a tangent here, that's okay; but if you're willing to answer my questions, I'm curious: how long have you been into case modding, what got you into it, and what are some of your favorite projects you've done in the past? I ask because you're still fairly new to TPU and this project makes me curious about more of your background. You do good work.
 

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p0Pe, if you don't want to go off on a tangent here, that's okay; but if you're willing to answer my questions, I'm curious: how long have you been into case modding, what got you into it, and what are some of your favorite projects you've done in the past? I ask because you're still fairly new to TPU and this project makes me curious about more of your background. You do good work.

p0pe tell em :p It's good filler until you've got another update. Maybe link to RRR as a referral. :toast:
 
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i like the wireingman, will the mobo plug straight into the connectors attached to the tray if that makes sense?
 
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This is sick!!!

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p0Pe, if you don't want to go off on a tangent here, that's okay; but if you're willing to answer my questions, I'm curious: how long have you been into case modding, what got you into it, and what are some of your favorite projects you've done in the past? I ask because you're still fairly new to TPU and this project makes me curious about more of your background. You do good work.

uuuhhh dude, sure you want me starting on that!?!:D

well, a longer introduction should be in place, since i´m starting to like this place:p

As said, I am 21 years old and comes from Denmark. I come from a family with ZERO computer skills, and got my first pc at the age of 17! a 2.4 celeron with an nvidia ti4200:roll:

My very first modding experience was back then, when i decided to "mod" my side panel. The tools were few, and the experience lacking, but it got me startet:p
I recently found the pictures for this, so put them online in a worklog here:
http://www.thebestcasescenario.com/forum/showthread.php?t=15534

the final result, not bad for a very first mod, made with a hammer and a drill IMO


After that, i used quite a bunch of cash on a new pc with high end hardware (by that times standard) that consisted of a athlon 5200+ and a ati X1950XT-X (yeah, it was DOPE back then!). this i modded into a toolbox, which was one of the modding experience that have learned me the most!

worklog on my homepage:
http://www.tosed.dk/?page_id=24


And from then, i was hooked! The next mod was a completely self build case, that started out as a case for some random junk hardware, but i soon put my main system in there :ohwell: This was also the start on my love for cnc machines, mixed with good old modding
worklog:
http://www.tosed.dk/?page_id=35


After that one, i went BIG and put an enormous efford into my DnA build, which is also in the gallery inhere
worklog:
http://www.thebestcasescenario.com/forum/showthread.php?t=15377


When that one started booring me, i revisited it, and made it better:D and this is the system i sit on at a daily basis
worklog:
http://www.thebestcasescenario.com/forum/showthread.php?t=18789


Other than that, i have a huge love for 3d abstract rendering.

some of my best:
http://www.tosed.dk/?page_id=43





Now thats what i had to share:D I dont really know what got me into it. Guess i just got hooked somewhere in the progress:pimp:

i like the wireingman, will the mobo plug straight into the connectors attached to the tray if that makes sense?

i actually think that a lot of people have this part of the system wrong, but no.
next update will provide a better total view of the case, and the wire tray:)
 
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Very cool, thanks Beto!

And glad you're liking it here ... stick around. :D
 
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