Project: Acrylic ITX by: Parvum Systems Sponsors/Support: Back again! Been putting in some hours after work to get Shaun's LAN rig set for Summer iSeries. I'm afraid this time a lot of the CNC process, bending & machining will be left out. Simply because we don't have much time at the moment. Work is very busy and it's hard enough to work on a personal case in our spare time as it is. Here is a photo of the Onwards and upwards build that is now finished. This should give you a good idea of the direction this project will take: Moving straight in then. First like to say a big thank you to Adrian over at Speicaltech. Adrian has actually shown a huge intrest in us and our cases since day one. We've been in regular contact since and he has been very helpful. So the guys over at tech have covered all the watercooling for this rig. A few photos of what we plan to cram in this little case: Next followed the horrible hours of drawing and brainstorming. This becomes extremely difficult when half of the hardware you've yet to source and the available technical drawings online are to a minimum: Finally got to a decent stage to start cutting. The finished blue panels: We then cut the white. Lots of 45° features in this project. Double layer for the bottom of the case with cubes attached: Then putting everything together: Next we bend the chamber section. Test cut only. Obviously subject to change to suit the motherboard, RAM & block etc. 2 very tight 45° bends on this one. Hopefully will squeeze a couple of pass through connectors into the 45° section at a later date. A lot to figure out still but here is it so far: That's all this time folks. Got some more bits showing up next week so we will try and put the hours in and keep this project rolling well! Thanks for reading everyone. Sorry there isn't much eye candy yet!