Backbruner Jr. Glass (BBJG) 3D-printed projects are just different. I hope to find a home on this platform, to share my work. Air intake bottom and top. Exhaust in the rear. 3x360 rads. Dual pump. Support any GPU, MB, and PSU up to 200mm. IO at the top, with a generous channel top to bottom for external cabling. Rubber feets at any corner, that is designed to support tilting. Designed ground up for water cooling, particularly filling and draining. This is originally a mesh design, that is converted to glass. Hardly anything about this design is standard. It might look simple, but given the print size limits, and print physics, the design is probably one of the more complex in here. Here is an example of a cross section of the top. This is the third iteration. This design actually works, and makes a really solid construction. I started out, not even knowing if this was feasible, as I could not find any work out there, using any technique that was applicable for this kind of construction. This is the only glass design of mine, as glass makes no sense for the bigger ones. If people rather would have me go all mesh, which is far better performing than this design, let me know. This is a 3x360=1080 design. I also got a 1440, a 2180 and a 2880 design. All in cases that one man can carry. My plan was to get the print farm running, finish this, then do the 2880, then a air cooled version. The BBJG is the most ordinary of my designs. Please note that Fusion 360 is brought to its knees given the complexity of this design. I have seen people having really nice MBs in their designs, but I simply have no idea how to get hold of that. I have not bothered to design fans for 360. If someone has anything that can be shared, like a fan, GFX and MB, my computer will be happy to chew on it for a few hours, so I get a better 360 render. Adding a single nut, currently takes minutes to compute. If you like my work, and would like me in your workforce. Please let me know. I opened my first cad application ever, and printed my first piece ever, april 2020. I've never taken a single graphic design class, I am an infrastructure designer. If you like this design, and would like to print it in your printfarm, let me know. If you want to join in, and try to generate a community, in which designers can jointly make designs to print, and would like to work me on stuff like this, let me know. At least, we now have a framework to build on.