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Old 20th Nov 2012, 13:14   #21
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I love the silverstone inspired hot air rises design element. The execution is over the top and overall quality
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Old 21st Nov 2012, 12:45   #22
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Thank you for all your comments, much appreciated

As you get near the end of a build and you stop and take a step back to look at what you have made I often find it surprising how it all happened, sometimes I can't really remember making some parts, it's like an endless reverie


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Old 21st Nov 2012, 20:09   #23
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really great build! and you are right about the conceptual sketches, the first thought i had was "ooh another alubar build, giant case no sides or really messy... but i was wrong! and i really like this chassis

A suggestion that i have is however that you dont put a knob that points out of the chassis side, i think it would look wrong! try to cut out a rectangular hole in the side and make a little handle thats folds out when you press at the top/bottom of the cutout, the turning point on the inside so all you'll see on the outside will be a flat surface.

kinda hard to explain, english is not my native language.... >.<
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Old 21st Nov 2012, 20:14   #24
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really great build! and you are right about the conceptual sketches, the first thought i had was "ooh another alubar build, giant case no sides or really messy... but i was wrong! and i really like this chassis
I agree with that 100%.

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Old 21st Nov 2012, 20:38   #25
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A suggestion that i have is however that you dont put a knob that points out of the chassis side, i think it would look wrong! try to cut out a rectangular hole in the side and make a little handle thats folds out when you press at the top/bottom of the cutout, the turning point on the inside so all you'll see on the outside will be a flat surface.

kinda hard to explain, english is not my native language.... >.<
Hi kelmannen, Your right, no sticking out door knobs As the doors are held shut by magnets and a steel plate I have an idea to use some even stronger Neodymium magnets set into a detachable door knob to pull the door open, It's an idea I had a while ago but forgot about...I need more magnets
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Old 21st Nov 2012, 22:07   #26
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Hi kelmannen, Your right, no sticking out door knobs As the doors are held shut by magnets and a steel plate I have an idea to use some even stronger Neodymium magnets set into a detachable door knob to pull the door open, It's an idea I had a while ago but forgot about...I need more magnets
good, i'm relived now
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Old 2nd Dec 2012, 02:47   #27
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Really nice creation ShinyAli, looks a perfect layout & I'd say if not the best then at least amongst the best layouts I've seen for a regular ish form of case, love the way you access the insides too, wish I had space to add gas struts now, it's doubtful but of course I'll double check, still not totally sure how I'll be mounting mine, was going to go with a plug in place type system but gas struts are pretty sweet.

Looks awesome too.

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Old 12th Dec 2013, 15:02   #28
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Aw man, who nicked all your photos. I was going to refer to them for my own build.
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