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Old 15th Oct 2012, 20:52   #21
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I just ordered the Radiator for the build a 200mm one it should arrive to me tomorrow and then I can get going on some other aspects of the design for the bottom part of the case
update tomorrow with some pictures
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Old 15th Oct 2012, 21:48   #22
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Old 16th Oct 2012, 20:35   #23
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Update, with pictures!

Hey you all!

I know there is some time between the updates of the project, but I work as hard as I can to keep this going!

Yesterday I ordered the radiator that I will be using for this project. It's a 200mm beast of radiator!

I haven't had the time to test-mount the fans yet but soon I will.
I also ordered a start button and one I/O-panel that should arrive on Friday.

Oh I almost forgot to mention that I weighed the aluminum and it weighs in at around 8 kg (befor the CNC work has been done!)

But here you have som pictures of the rad








I work as hard as I can to keep this going and updates coming!

Untill next time, have a nice one!
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Old 23rd Jan 2013, 12:49   #24
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Long time since the last update!

Hi everyone!

Sorry for the lack of updates I have been busy with some other personal stuff. But now Im back and working on Sasori, The design is almost ready some smaller things that I need to look over and get done before I can plan time to put the pieces in the machines

Some changes has also been done,

1. Support for normal ATX psu is now implemented
2. Support for cards with 3 PCI plates.
3. Window to show the graphiccard cooler from the side
4. The motherboard tray has been moved back so that the case can support higher graphiccards och other expansion cards.

I will make some .jpg files of the design late this week.

Hope to start the CNC work soon, cant wait to have all the plates done so I can start building this

Until the next major update I would love to see more thoughts of this project

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Old 23rd Jan 2013, 16:29   #25
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come on mate! Wheres the modding!? So far all we get is a taste of the design, some hardware and some raw materials!

If your in the project logs instead of the modding section you have to feed the baby birds with at least a little bit of physical work your killin me here! Design looks nice man and I'm excited to see some construction progress
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Old 23rd Jan 2013, 22:14   #26
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come on mate! Wheres the modding!? So far all we get is a taste of the design, some hardware and some raw materials!

If your in the project logs instead of the modding section you have to feed the baby birds with at least a little bit of physical work your killin me here! Design looks nice man and I'm excited to see some construction progress
I know some time has gone by without any real physical work But after the fist concept I had too make some changes and other stuff happened that prevent me from progressing as I would have liked... Sorry if I'm keeping you guys on a leash but the sad truth is that I don't have an easy access to the machinery and I dont want to send everything away, I want to be there during all the steps.

I will try and work harder to get this done and when I get started and get everything cut then this really will takeoff like a Jet.

You will get your construction pictures just keep supporting this project with comments and thoughts so I feel even more motivated
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Old 23rd Jan 2013, 22:28   #27
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You will get your construction pictures just keep supporting this project with comments and thoughts so I feel even more motivated
Exactly my intention mate! I personally feel often it just takes a bigger boot than your own to get your ass in gear
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Old 23rd Jan 2013, 23:04   #28
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Exactly my intention mate! I personally feel often it just takes a bigger boot than your own to get your ass in gear
Hehe yeah your right, sometimes you need a kick in the rear to get in gear But not everything can go as planed... but done it will be
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